Streaming Services 2020
These are challenging times indeed but our clergy and churches are doing everything they can to make sure all our communities stay connected and cared for.
We may all be sitting in our homes, possibly fearful, certainly pondering on how we got where we are so quickly, but there are many ways to join in and worship collectively, even though we are all apart. From lighting a candle in your window and joining in prayers at a set time each day, to flipping open the laptop and clicking on links to take you to streamed church services.
Below is a list that we will keep updating to let you know what, when and how you can connect to services.
One happy thought in these worrying times, is the image of so many prayers, so much love and so many words of God are now streaming across the internet.
For those who cannot access the internet, churches like All Saints Highertown are offering dial-in services. Just call 01872 306996 to hear the latest weekly sermon for the cost of a phone call. All Saints Highertown
Churches in Cornwall streaming services
- All Saints Highertown are not only offering a dial in service (01872 306996) to hear their services, they have also created a website where you can access all their ‘Lockdown’ content. All Saints Highertown
- The Atlantic Coast Cluster are recording their services and making available service sheets for their congregations across the cluster to view and take part in at home. Full details are available on their website. Atlantic Coast Cluster
- St Austell are providing regular services, talks, reflections and encouragement through their Facebook page, website and also a Youtube channel.
- Budock Church are streaming thoughts and prayers throughout the week, so click on the link if you’re in need of a spiritual lift Budock Church
- The Camborne Cluster, which includes Camborne, Tuckingmill & Penponds, and Crowan & Treslothan, have made their services available through the A Church Near You website. Links to the different services can be found on their various Facebook pages, all of which can be accessed through their website here: Camborne Cluster
- Fowey Churches are live-streaming and are available to view on their Fowey Church Facebook page and YouTube channel from 10.15am on Sundays Fowey Church YouTube
- Godrevy Team Ministry will be livestreaming from their Facebook page (@haylechurches)
- St Gorran Church are streaming their services every Sunday at 10.00am from their Facebook page.
- St Kea are hosting a weekly pre-recorded service every Sunday at 10.30am. It will be a mixture of interviews, teaching, prayers and music. On Sunday March 29th they will be talking with Foodbank and hearing from mission friends in Madrid and Kenya, to see how life is for them at the moment. St Kea
- The Lann Pydar Benefice will be continuing with their livestreaming of services, accessed from their website Lann Pydar Benefice
- St Martins Church in Liskeard livestreamed their church service from 11.00am last Sunday and are posting videos on their Facebook page for evening and morning prayers (@stmartchurchliskeard)
- New Street Church have also set up their own Youtube channel, called, not surprisingly, New Street Church. They will be streaming services each week and including links to the lyrics for the worship. You can access the content through their website or via the link New Street
- The North Cornwall Cluster are making their pre-recorded services available via their Youtube channel. They are also making available service sheets through a link from that site so people can follow the service from their own homes North Cornwall Cluster
- The Penlee Cluster will be sharing their services from their website (https://www.penleecluster.org.uk/cluster-live-stream/) and Facebook page Penlee Cluster
For Palm Sunday worship with Bishop Philip and Ruth Mounstephen, click on the link below
A Church Near You
Have a look at A Church Near You for further ideas of which churches are streaming and when A Church Near You
For more ideas of how the clergy in Cornwall are caring creatively, click on the link Clergy Caring Creatively