Cooking up a storm with a wooden spoon nativity play

Hope rises from the stress of this pandemic and its lockdowns in the shape of wooden spoons. Four years ago, Margaret Stevens wrote an ambitious nativity play in rhyming couplets. […]

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Have you heard the call to chaplaincy?

Have you ever thought about becoming a chaplain? Are you a good listener? Do you have a heart for meeting people where they are, no matter how difficult that place […]

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A Prayer for Education Sunday

Heavenly Father, they say it takes a village to raise a child, It also takes a village to educate one. We give thanks for teachers, governors, carers, parents and children, […]

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Thy Kingdom Come 2020: Events and sessions available

Thy Kingdom Come 2020 will launch at Lambeth Palace in London on February 25. Inspire & Equip event As part of the build up to the main event, which runs […]

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Citizens’ Panel investigating housing, homelessness & hidden hunger

“High housing costs, low paid insecure work, eviction and homelessness are all issues that blight local communities in Cornwall, including Penzance. How can we as a community come together to […]

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Cracking Christmas Card Competition

When Bishop Philip put a call out to schools across Cornwall for children to design a Christmas card, he had little idea how enthusiastic the response would be. Over six […]

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The Mystery of the Millennium Yews

Millennium yew cuttings taken from trees at the time of Christ were blessed and sent to Cornwall but where are they today? A recent article in the Church Times about […]

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Remembering D Day and the role that Cornwall played

Cornwall played a very significant role in D Day, the largest invasion by sea in history and the beginning of the end of World War ll. This year, for Remembrance, […]

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Who knew craft club could lead to Confirmation?

When Joan joined the Crafty Club at St Andrew’s, Redruth, she had no idea it would lead both herself and her husband, David, to Confirmation at Truro Cathedral later this […]

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Joyful celebrations of our Remarkable Readers

Readers from across the diocese came together last Saturday to celebrate and mark their ministry in Truro Cathedral. As Bishop Philip said, they represented remarkable commitment, remarkable dedication and remarkable […]

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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.