Phase One of the scheme has seen the Transforming Mission project established in Falmouth. This led to the opening of the Huddle café (which has now closed and is being adapted to meet the current times) and the creation of New Street Church. Despite the challenging times during the pandemic, New Street now has a sizeable weekly congregation that grew online. It’s also exciting that the number of people worshipping at the existing All Saints Church has grown during Phase One.
PHASE ONE OF TRANSFORMING MISSION
Falmouth was chosen for the first phase of Transforming Mission as it is one of Cornwall’s larger communities with a significant and growing student population. It is also a vibrant place of energy and vitality, recently identified as one of the very best places to live in the United Kingdom.
We were led in faith to choose Falmouth for Phase One and have had that decision affirmed time again through the nature of the Deanery and the growing commitment of other churches across the parish to work together beyond boundaries.
PHASE TWO OF TRANSFORMING MISSION
To read the most recent update from TM Falmouth click on the image above or the link below
TRANSFORMING MISSION FALMOUTH:
- Revd Canon Bill Stuart-White, Priest in Charge of All Saints Church and TM Falmouth lead
- Revd Sophie Chatten, TM Falmouth New Street Lead Minister
- Alison Vlach, TM Falmouth Administrator
- Alan Wallace, Project Manager
- Bianca Parry, Community Engagement Lead & Communications Coordinator
- Matt Parry, TM Worship Minister
- Jonny Lewis, Young People’s Leader
- Charlotte Butcher, Children’s and Families Leader
- Jane Wheeler, Schools and Families Leader