Join us for worship live or virtually
Join us in church on Sunday at 10am or watch later in the day or another time, as the recording is available all week. The service is live-streamed via Facebook St. Petroc's Church community.
Clicking the triangle allows access to the service without Facebook.
Our YouTube channel has past services:
We worship on Sundays at 10am. Organ music is played by an accomplished musician and a small choir. Incense is lit and a brass bell is rung. Clergy, local worship leaders and servers, robed, lead us through the liturgy. We hear Bible readings and a short sermon that relates the Bible to our lives. We pray hope-filled prayers amidst the joys and sorrows of life. We share in the Eucharist, bread and wine, in remembrance of Jesus.
You are very welcome to come and experience the beauty and inspiration the services offer.
Reflections & Animated Bible Stories on YouTube
Watch a service from elsewhere
The Church of England nationally posts a weekly online service which you can find here.
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.
Community Celebration of our natural world Sunday 17th October 2021
AONB BEAST commisioned Bodmin Way to show Bodmin Moor, by Fin Davis, with a voiceover poem read by Paul Scoble
"When walking through nature, don't harm it, take
a photo and move on."
Bodmin Camera Club
Be rooted and grounded in
A blessing: ‘As the rain and the snow come down from heaven … watering the earth and making it bud and flourish, so that it yields seed for the sower and bread for the eater, so is my word that goes out from my mouth says the lord.
Let us know God as we contemplate the world around us.’
Rev John Hereward