We work with Christian churches of all denominations (and none) to inspire unity amongst Christians in Cornwall and encourage the sharing of our gifts. We celebrate the diversity of our churches and congregations and seek to do together whatever does not have to be done apart. Our network includes around 50 local Churches Together groups and Local Ecumenical Partnerships across the county, and is part of a global network.
We work with local organisations including BBC Radio Cornwall, Christian Aid, Climate Vision, Cornwall Faith Forum, Creation Fest, Epiphany House, Falmouth & Exeter Universities and Transformation Cornwall. Our work is focussed on eight areas: Celebrating, Communicating, Teaching, Encouraging, Social Action, Justice and Peace, Communities and Environment.
Our infoHub (https://www.ctcinfohub.org) shares Christian news and events county-wide. You can follow us on Facebook and Twitter or sign up for our email Weekly News.
Visit our contacts page for details for our representatives in the churches and other organisations, and directories of churches and ministers across the county.
If you are new to church or thinking about coming back to Christianity after a break, our Exploring Faith page offers a range of useful sources to help you.
During the coronavirus emergency many churches have moved their services online – links to these can be found on our Online Services page
For those not online free 24/7 phone lines have been set up:
The Church of England: 0800 804 8044 offering music, prayers and reflections as well as full worship services
Methodist Church: Listen to a prayer: 0808 281 2514; Listen to news: 0808 281 2478
Some Cornish churches are also offering recorded services by phone.
If we can help you in any way, please get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org