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Richard and Kayleigh at St Michael on 3 September 2023

Rev'd Richard took his last service in Cornwall on 3 September at St Michael's. The Gospel (read by Kayleigh) and sermon were recorded and the video is now ready to view. We wish them all the best in their new home.

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The Bishop of Truro will also be leaving us

The Rt Revd Philip Mounstephen will be leaving his post as the Bishop of Truro this autumn to become the new Bishop of Winchester.

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Bishops' Letter about BBC Diocese of Truro Report

Bishop Philip and Bishop Hugh have written a letter to set the record straight on the many inaccuracies in the report about the Diocese of Truro on the BBC Politics South West programme: download letter (pdf)

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Veg Plot in St Michael's Churchyard

An unused part of the graveyard at St Michael's Church is being used to grow vegetables for the community and has appeared on local news and on Radio 4.

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September Newsletters

Download the September newsletters as pdf files for: Saltash Area Churches and Truro Diocese.

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Holy Week and Easter Services

There are many services to choose from during this period.

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On the Way

Catch up with what has been happening with regard to the Deanery Plan that was agreed by the Synod, back in June.

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Christmas Tree Festival 2022

The Christmas Tree Festival at St Nicholas and St Faith Church was a great success. A large number of visitors came through the doors and gave generously resulting in draw tickets and donations raising over £4,500. A short video of the trees is available.

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Recorded Christmas Services 2022

The sermon from Christmas Day, the Midnight Mass from St Stephen's and the Nine Lessons and Carols at St Nicholas and St Faith were recorded, uploaded to YouTube and are ready to view.

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St Erney Sunday Service Changes

From January 2023, the Sunday services at St Erney will change to the 2nd Sunday (Matins) and the 4th Sunday (Holy Communion).

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