New beginning for Fowey

The new year is set to bring a new beginning for Fowey Parish Church as it celebrates the appointment of a clergy person. Revd Carol Edleston will take over the […]

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Advent Adventures

Wise men marched as glitter flew in churches in Falmouth, Penryn, and the surrounding villages this week as 350 school children aged five to eight enjoyed Advent Adventures workshops. The […]

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Vacancy in See Survey launched

The people of Cornwall, the Isles of Scilly, and two parishes in Devon are being invited to help the Diocese of Truro seek a new diocesan bishop following the departure […]

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Education Strategy sets out diocese’s commitment

A two-year strategy for education in the Diocese of Truro has been approved by members of the Diocesan Board of Education after also receiving backing from the Bishop’s Diocesan Council […]

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£241,000 for church buildings support

The Diocese of Truro will receive £137,000 as part of the Church of England’s £11 million Buildings for Mission fund to enable it to make grants to churches for repairs. […]

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Cross of St Piran Awards 2024

Nominations are now being sought for the 2024 Cross of St Piran awards. The awards, which are held every March at St Piran’s Church, Perranzabuloe, recognise the outstanding service given […]

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Diocese votes on Action Plan for the Environment

 The Diocese of Truro has reaffirmed its commitment to the environment with support for a plan of action for work over the next five years. At a meeting of diocesan […]

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Synod votes to approve Assets plan & budget

Members of Diocesan Synod have voted in favour of implementing an Assets Strategy which will see £22 million taken from diocesan reserves over the next ten years to support parish […]

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A pioneer for Kerrier

We welcome Revd Susie Templeton, pioneer minister for Kerrier.

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Café society

St Austell’s Trinity Centre celebrates the opening of its brand-new café.

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