A message of thanks from Bishop Chris and Ellie Goldsmith

Thank you so much to everyone who took part in the Vocations day in Truro Cathedral. It was a celebration of personal story-telling as we heard how God has touched […]

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Bringing light back into Minster Church

At the beginning of August, a group of pilgrims could be seen walking from Boscastle to its mother church, Minster Church, where there is a holy well. Walking through the […]

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All change at Saturday’s diocesan synod

The subject of change provided a common theme for the first meeting of the new synod on Saturday. It was the first time the new members of the houses of […]

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Cosgarne Hall decides not to proceed with plan for home in Eliot Gardens, Newquay

Due to concerns for the safety and welfare of vulnerable residents, staff and local residents, it has been decided not to proceed with the plan for move-on accommodation for homeless […]

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Thy Kingdom Come 2018 Beacon Event

What does it mean when we pray Thy Kingdom Come? For Gavin Calver of Spring Harvest, it means an expectation of change and relinquishing control over what’s going to happen […]

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Chrism Eucharist : A time of renewal, blessing and reflection

On the morning of Maundy Thursday, the people of Truro might have noticed a rush of clergy carrying white robes walking purposefully through the streets on the way to the […]

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Warm welcome at Truro Cathedral for new Cornish pilgrimage guidebook

Around 150 people attended Truro Cathedral yesterday (Sunday, February 4) for the launch of the new guidebook, A Cornish Celtic Way. Author Revd Nigel Marns was joined by his family […]

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The wonder of story-telling

It’s National Storytelling Week (January 27th – February 3rd) so what better time to shine a light on the greatest story of them all. It’s said that everyone has a […]

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Presidential Address – Synod November 2017

BISHOP CHRIS NOVEMBER 2017 SYNOD 29 do not keep striving for what you are to eat and what you are to drink, and do not keep worrying. 30 For it […]

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Swapping a Mitre for a cycling helmet at Cardynham

At the beginning of October, Bishop Chris broke with convention by replacing his Mitre with a cycling helmet! He did so as part of his dedication of a prayer station […]

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