Synod hears from Beirut about the need for global help – and agrees its own budget

It feels as though Lebanon is going through the 10 plagues of Egypt following August’s huge explosion, the political unrest that has followed and the ongoing impact of Covid-19, Revd […]

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Simon Cade is appointed as new diocesan secretary

Simon Cade has been appointed to the role of diocesan secretary, within the Diocese of Truro. Simon has carried out the role on an interim basis since January, and his […]

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11am, Sunday, April 5, 2020: make a date with the Lord’s Prayer

The people of Cornwall are being invited to join together for a shared moment of prayer on Sunday morning (5.4.20). At 11am, everybody is invited to step outside if safe, […]

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Bishop Philip and Steve Wild urge people to vote in General Election – and consider what kind of Cornwall they want

The Bishop of Truro, Philip Mounstephen, has joined forces with his Methodist counterpart, Revd Steve Wild, to write an open letter to the people of Cornwall in the run-up to […]

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Two new canons celebrate their installation at Truro Cathedral

Diocesan director of education and discipleship, Revd Simon Cade, and the mission and ministry lead of Creation Fest, Sarah Yardley, have both been installed as honorary canons of Truro Cathedral. […]

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Make your Christmas count for others: Cornish Christmas Giving Catalogue 2019 published

The Cornish Christmas Giving Catalogue 2019 has been published by Cornwall Independent Poverty Forum. The catalogue gives a mechanism for us all to be able to give to one of […]

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Archdeacon of Cornwall welcomed to the diocese

The Venerable Paul Bryer has been installed as the new Archdeacon of Cornwall during a service at Truro Cathedral. Paul was previously Archdeacon of Dorking. After serving a curacy at […]

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Bishop Philip: ‘Please pray for all affected by this outrage’

The Bishop of Truro has called on churches across the diocese to join together in prayer for all of those affected by the shootings in New Zealand. The Rt Revd […]

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‘Act on climate change’ Bishop of Truro urges General Synod in maiden speech

The Bishop of Truro has made a heartfelt plea for fellow Anglicans to redouble their efforts to care for the planet, and our fellow women and men. Speaking in favour […]

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Bishop Philip calls for Christian unity as he is installed in Truro Cathedral

The new Bishop of Truro has called for all denominations to work together  for the good of Cornwall. Preaching at his service of welcome, the Rt Revd Philip Mounstephen suggested […]

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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.