The location and style of services change across the congregations each week to enable the expression of our faith in diffeent ways. The service time table can be found below along with the service descriptions
Types of Services
To find the right service for you please see descriptions below
Cornish Evening Prayer
Held on the 1st Sunday of every month at 3pm (winter) & 6pm (summer) at Halton Quay, Cornish Evening Prayer offers a quiet service relecting traditional Cornish themes and spirituality
Oasis is a new relaxed praise & worship, contemporary music, audio-visual service with an emphasis on worship, teaching and open prayer.
Holy Cimmunion is a more formal service, with readings and prayers and hymns. We give thanks over bread and wine which remind us of the Last Supper which Jesus shared with His disciples the night before He died. As we do we are celebrating with other Christians (seen and unseen) and in the presence of the risen Jesus Himself.
Our Family services are an all-age service lasting about 45 minutes. Some of the music, and prayers are aimed at a younger congregation. Baptisms are usually held in these services.
Family Communion services are held when there are families and children present. They aim to be accessible to people unfamiliar with communion, or formal church services. They are usually held for baptisms and at festivals, such as Christmas and Easter.
Morning Praise is a service of readings, prayers and hymns with a short talk, & is usually lay-led.
Evening Prayer from Common Worship is a said service that includes liturgy, readings & prayer.
Evensong services follow Evening Prayer from the Book of Common Prayer (1662). Usually sung, sometimes lead by a choir.
Contemporary Celtic Worship
A monthly service giving a taste of Christianity as it was first brought to Cornwall, focussing on God's creation & engaging us in a new way using technology & contemporary music.