Back to …. The Future?

Tomorrow, 19 July, sees the official end to the latest series of laws and regulations  that have governed our lives since March 2020. However, although popularly nicknamed “Freedom Day”, it seems rather to be the start of a period of further uncertainty about how to cope with Covid’s refusal to be beaten since now weContinue reading “Back to …. The Future?”

Liverpool Synod results

The diocesan Synod in Liverpool, in which the clergy, religious and the people came together to discern carefully and agree on common goals and priorities in the Archdiocese for the coming years, has just published its results with recommendations on young people, lay ministry and love of neighbour among the highest priorities. It may beContinue reading “Liverpool Synod results”

Catenians’ President’s Sunday

Duchy Catenians finally emerged from COVID isolation to gather live for their President’s Mass in St Augustine’s Church today where they were warmly welcomed by parish priest Fr Michael. A Catenian thread ran through the Mass, including the homily in which Deacon John referred to the fact that in the three readings the Israelites in Babylonia,Continue reading “Catenians’ President’s Sunday”

Churches Together in Walking

The Summer programme for these Wednesday walks is now available. Meeting in the car park of St George’s church in Truro at 9.30am each week and returning by 5pm, these excursions are designed to help walkers discover different parts of Cornwall and enjoy fellowship together whilst doing so.  The group aims to take the minimumContinue reading “Churches Together in Walking”

Coffee mornings are back in town!

Postponed from mid-May, this year’s Christian Aid Coffee Morning finally took place last Saturday attracting well over 30 people, including 7 from St Piran’s.  Held outdoors for the first time, the garden at Summerville in The Crescent provided a restful, colourful background for coffee-drinking, conversation  and wandering around the various stalls —  watercolour paintings, plants,Continue reading “Coffee mornings are back in town!”

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”