Prayer marks 7th anniversary of Grenfell tower fire

Churches across the diocese are invited to join in with prayer for the Grenfell community, using a text specially written by the Rt Revd Hugh Nelson, Bishop of St Germans.  […]

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A D-Day blessing from Bishop Hugh Nelson

The Rt Revd Hugh Nelson, Bishop to the Armed Forces and acting Bishop of Truro, has shared a blessing as we mark the 80th anniversary of D-Day today (June 6).

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Green Investment Declaration

The Truro Diocesan Board of Finance Ltd has signed a Green Investment Declaration committing to increase its investments in climate solutions. Faith institutions are the third largest economic power on […]

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Archdeacon Clive installed

We welcomed the Revd Clive Hogger at Truro Cathedral on Sunday when he was installed as the next Archdeacon of Cornwall. The Evensong service was led by the Dean of […]

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Petertide Ordinations 2024

The Petertide Ordinations take place later this month at Truro Cathedral. This year, two people will be ordained as Deacons during a Friday evening service on June 28. The following […]

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Local is where ‘we belong to be’

The topic of Local Ministry made for an engaging discussion at Diocesan Synod. Local Ministry, or Focal Ministry as it is called in some places, involves an identified local minister, […]

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The work and ministry of Churchwardens

The role of Churchwarden was considered at Diocesan Synod on Saturday following a request from the Trigg Minor and Bodmin Deanery Synod. Three Churchwardens and a PCC Secretary from Lanlivet, […]

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Statement of Needs published in search for next Bishop of Truro

The Vacancy in See Committee of the Diocese of Truro has published its Statement of Needs, which will help to shape the process of appointing the next Bishop of Truro. […]

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Service marks first National Fishing Remembrance Day

The people of Looe came out in force on Sunday to mark the first ever National Fishing Remembrance Day. The day was marked nationally with people across 21 fishing ports […]

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Bishop Hugh visits school to meet service children

Earth worms and Little Troopers were the main topics of discussion when Bishop Hugh Nelson visited King Charles School in Falmouth this week. There was a warm welcome in every […]

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Ensuring that children and young people as well as adults are kept safe whilst in our care in an integral part of our diocese life.