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SERVICES AT EACH CHURCH

Six Churches, One Body in Christ

We are now able to use our Churches providing we allow for social distancing. Our churches are also open for private prayer on certain days.

See below:

For details scroll down or use the links below. Please wear a face mask, observe social distancing, and use hand sanitiser on entrance.

(I apologise that this information is currently not mobile phone friendly however all details can also be found on 'A church near you' website)

On a Sunday we are continuing to hold a zoom service at 6pm for approximately 30mins. Please come and join us, all are welcome.

Please use the link below:

CHURCHES WILL BE OPEN FOR PRIVATE PRAYER ON THE FOLLOWING DAYS

St Keverne

Wednesday & Sunday

10am-4pm

St Peters

Thursday & Sunday

10am-4pm

St Wynwallow

Wednesday & Sunday

8am-5pm

St Ruan

Wednesday & Sunday

10am-4pm

Services Across the Benefice

 
 
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ST MARY'S - CADGWITH

Every 3rd Sunday at ^pm - Evening Prayer

 
ST KEVERNE CHURCH - ST KEVERNE
Services - each month

1st Sunday

2nd Sunday

3rd Sunday

4th Sunday

5th Sunday

Wednesday

11am Morning Prayer - BCP

11am Holy Communion

11am Morning Prayer

11am Holy Communion

United Benefice Service

10am Morning Prayer/Holy Communion

ST PETER'S CHURCH - COVERACK
Services - each month

1st Sunday

2nd Sunday

3rd Sunday

4th Sunday

5th Sunday

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ST WYNWALLOW - LANDEWEDNACK
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Services - each month

1st Sunday

2nd Sunday

3rd Sunday

4th Sunday

5th Sunday

ST RUAN CHURCH - RUAN MINOR
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Services - each month

1st Sunday

2nd Sunday

3rd Sunday

4th Sunday

5th Sunday

 
 
 

9.30am Holy Communion

9.30am Morning Prayer

9.30am Holy Communion

9.30am Morning Prayer

United Benefice Service

9.30am Holy Communion (BCP)

11.15am Morning Prayer

9.30am Holy Communion

11.15am Morning Prayer

United Benefice Service

11.15am Morning Prayer

9.30am Holy Communion

11.15am Morning Prayer

9.30am Holy Communion

United Benefice Service