A musical treat in Truro to end the G7 week

Truro locals were treated to a rare lockdown treat on Saturday when the Cathedral Choir performed to a capacity (socially distanced) crowd in the Cathedral. Along with an eclectic mix of pieces designed to represent all the G7 countries and ranging from Allegri’s Miserere to Shenondoah, the performance included Gee7 the song written specially forContinue reading “A musical treat in Truro to end the G7 week”

CAFOD G7 interfaith live event at Truro Cathedral

On Thursday 10th June, the eve of the G7 conference, CAFOD hosted an interfaith event, notable for being held live in Truro Cathedral as well as being attended online by perhaps a thousand others.  It was also well-supported by our local community, who found it refreshing to be able to meet again in person! It’sContinue reading “CAFOD G7 interfaith live event at Truro Cathedral”

“Building a better World after the Pandemic”

Truro Cathedral Interfaith Event: Thursday 10 June, 7pm People from different faith communities are gathering together at Truro Cathedral as well as online, in an act of witness on the eve of the G7 Conference taking place here in Cornwall. The G7 summit will see heads of government from seven of the world’s richest countriesContinue reading ““Building a better World after the Pandemic””

Foodbank Update

Worryingly, Truro Foodbank reports:”Over Easter there was the worst ever demand for food for children during the holidays with over 2500 meals provided.”  Our support is still badly needed. Transformation Cornwall has issued an updated list of Foodbanks in Cornwall (April 2021) : find it here

Falmouth & Penryn Churches Together

Justice and Peace Bulletin. 24 March 2021 ACTIONS OF THE WEEK  Pray for those Christians throughout the world who are unable to gather for worship this Eastertide, the greatest of all Christian Festivals, remembering those imprisoned for their faith and their families, and those undergoing persecution for their beliefs. Send a card of support throughContinue reading “Falmouth & Penryn Churches Together”