6 Churches, uniquely different, but routed in Christ and all on a journey of discovery.
Our journey started over 500 years ago and continues today, different styles of worship but all focused on our relationship with Jesus. We want to extend a hand of welcome and invite you to become a part of our family, God’s family.
A grade one listed building with a tower from the thirteenth century. We have been meeting here as a family for over 700 years. As we continue to meet our services take place every Sunday, 11am and 6pm. We also meet for prayer mid week.
Open throughout the year, we are a small but growing family and are excited about our church. We started a service for children over a year ago called Tea, Toast and Tales and you are welcome to come and enjoy breakfast before church. It is a good time to meet people and you will enjoy the relaxed service.
We have a vibrant youth group who enjoy a lively programme of events.
The approach to St Winnow Parish Church is down narrow lanes which descend steeply under beech trees, before coming to the end of a small group of houses.
There, on the riverbank of the wide upper reaches of the Fowey, is our Church, in what must be one of the most exquisite settings in Cornwall – a fact recognised by numerous filmmakers.
Lanlivery is a small rural parish in the heart of Cornwall. Our church is a place for God and is in the heart of the community.
Please join us you will be sure of a warm welcome. We have a Sunday School who take an active part in our church family life.
Boconnoc’s charming church has been welcoming worshippers for around 750 years and is positioned at the heart of the Boconnoc Estate, looking south down the Lerryn Valley. It is a Parish Church, not a Private Chapel, although there is a very strong and close relationship between the Church and the estate. Boconnoc Parish Church is unusual in that it has no dedication or name other than that of the parish itself. Although small, it is of importance architecturally being listed Grade 1.
Bradoc is one of the most beautiful mediaeval churches in Cornwall. Spiritual and secluded, set high on a hill surrounded by reminders of ancient peoples who worshipped on these hills thousands of years ago.
There is an almost eerie loneliness in the situation of Braddock church, with nothing but the 19th century Rectory (now a private house) and the ruins of the gardener’s cottage and the old glebe farm buildings for company. Originally a chapelry to St. Winnow, Bradoc became a separate parish in the early 14th century.
The original Norman church was cruciform and the font dates from this time. Nearby is the site of the Battle of Braddock Down, a famous Royalist victory in the Civil War.