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The witness of the church has been a constant feature of life in these past 2000 years.

We have lived through times of trial and difficulty as well  times of joy and gladness.

With Mother Julian of Norwich the 14th century writer we affirm that;  “All shall be well, and all manner of thing shall be well.”

We've posted below the guidance of the C of E so we can all be aware of the changes to parcrice that we are adopting in seeking to maintain our life as a worshipping community while not exposing people unreasonably to risk. 

 

25th June 2020

Re-opening of Churches for Services

Churches are permitted to re-open for services, inlcuding weddings, from 4th July 2020.  The Priest-in-Charge and Churchwardens will discuss how soon it may be possible for services to held in St Mylor and All Saints.  Further updates will be posted as soon as more information is available.

 

15th June 2020

Re-opening of Churches

St Mylor and All Saints will be re-opening for short periods very soon; some things will inevitably be different to usual, but someone will be on hand to guide you.

If you think you may need to use a Bible or Prayer Book, please bring your own.  You may also wish to bring a cushion; at St Mylor all pew cushions and kneelers will be removed, and at All Saints the chairs that have been set-out will be covered with disposable plastic seat covers.

St Mylor will be open 10.00 - 12.00 on Mondays and Fridays, from 22nd June 2020.

All Saints will be open from 10.00 - 12.00 on Wednesdays, from 17th June 2020.

Please note that the dates and times are subject to change.