Bishop’s Mission Order launch service

You are welcome to join in the service to launch a new future for the Church of England churches in Truro.

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Dean Roger, Bishop Philip and Col Edward Bolitho commemorate VE Day

The Dean of Truro, the Very Revd Roger Bush, has recorded a service to commemorate the 75th anniversary of VE Day, with contributions from Bishop Philip and the Lord Lieutenant, […]

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Truro Cathedral is packed for environment service

More than 100 primary children, plus their teachers, parents, carers and grandparents, came from across Cornwall to perform at Songs for Earth, an environmental service at Truro Cathedral. The children […]

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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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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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Local Pastoral Ministers – the hidden frontline

Local Pastoral Ministers (LPMs) are a unique group of people quietly enriching our county by loving their neighbours with care and compassion. Offering tremendous support to the pastoral work of […]

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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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If the church really is in decline why bother with confirmation?

If the Church of England really is racing towards its decline, stopping only to scoop up a handful of older people, why did 30 people, including teenagers, choose to be […]

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Date announced for service to welcome new Bishop of Truro

The 16th Bishop of Truro, Philip Mounstephen, will be given a warm welcome to the diocese in a service at Truro Cathedral on Saturday, January 12, 2019. The service will see […]

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Poppy makers needed

On Sunday, November 11 Truro Cathedral will mark the centenary of the end of World War One with a special ‘poppy drop’ during the Remembrance Service on Armistice Day. This […]

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