We are so pleased that you have found us and hope you will sense God’s love among his people. We look forward to welcoming you into the heart of our church.
A Christian community has existed on this site for many centuries and continues to find its place within the community. At the heart of our belief is an understanding that God desires to transform lives as he seeks those who are searching and our role is to try and sense which way God is leading and to help in this process.
At St Budock we do this through providing opportunities for Prayer, Healing, Teaching from Holy Scripture and Worship – as well as caring for each other in Home Groups.
We hope that you will, both, experience God’s transforming love in this place and among his people, as well as desire to help others in this process.
Changing Messy Church to Saturday morning at All Saints Church was a risk, involving extra effort by our helpers, but it worked out brilliantly – thank you. Six families came, four of which were new to Messy Church. Our theme was ‘It is good to say “Thank you”’, and we
Sunday 17th July on Gyllyngvase beach, the sky was clear and blue, and the turquoise sea rippled invitingly. What more could you want for the last Messy Church of the term? Just a few energetic families, a rope, a ball, a ‘bat’ and a box for stumps, plus plenty of
On a damp and misty afternoon we gathered at St. Francis School to think about “Dry Bones”. Alan explained that we all need refreshing and renewal in our lives, and that the story of the Dry Bones in the Old Testament was an illustration of the despair that the Hebrew