Join us for worship
Because of the Coronavirus pandemic, we are currently not able to meet together on Sundays (or any time of the week!).
Instead, why not carve out time each day to worship from home?
Online Sunday services
You don't need anything special to worship with your family at home – just yourselves, and a willingness to spend some time with God. Our video with sermon, prayers and songs will bring church to your living room.
Daily reflections on YouTube
Worship together on Facebook
We've started a brand new Facebook group for our five churches together to share in worship and friendship. We're trying out creative ways of being together, including videos, conversations and live get-togethers. Click here to find the group, or on the image to the right.
Watch a service from elsewhere
This Sunday's Pentecost service from St Martin's Liskeard is for the whole of Cornwall – we join with others around the globe celebrating Thy Kingdom Come.
BBC radio and TV channels are also broadcasting Sunday worship from various places, and other churches are also sharing their worship live or recorded.
Do get in touch if you need help finding or watching a service that suits you.
Pray the daily prayers
You can join in with the Church of England's daily office, including morning, daytime, evening and night prayer. Download the app called "Daily Prayer" on your phone, or click here to find it through the Church of England's website.
Traditional Eucharist – 9.30am (currently on hold due to Coronavirus)
When we are able to meet on Sundays, we worship at 9.30am with accomplished music from organ and choir, accompanied by incense. Ministers, choir and servers, all in robes, lead us through the liturgy. We sing hymns, hear the Bible read, and have a short sermon that relates the Bible to our lives. We pray hope-filled prayers amidst the joys and sorrows of life. Then we share the Eucharist: the bread and wine that Jesus told us to share in remembrance of him.
When we restart these services, all will be welcome to come and experience the beauty and inspiration they hold, making use of both Common Worship and Book of Common Prayer.
Sunday Celebration – 11am (currently on hold due to Coronavirus)
Sunday Celebration is a new and relaxed time to worship at St Petroc’s.
When we're able to gather again, you'll find a friendly welcome, a contemporary vibe, and the freedom to join in as much or as little as you want to.
We usually sing a few songs, and explore our theme for the morning in a creative way. We might watch a film clip on the big screen, or hear an interview, and reflect for ourselves on the theme.
So when we restart, we'd love to see you. Join us on your own, or bring the whole family. Try us if you’ve never been to church before, or if you’re just looking for something different – we look forward to seeing you at a Sunday Celebration some time in the future.