We have a lot to celebrate in spreading the word of God within our communities through witness and action; one being the establishment of Messy Church. This was all down to the energy and enthusiasm of Tina Mead. As she has moved to Truro, Tina has felt the time was
If you are new to Budock Church or have been here for some time and would like to learn more about your faith why not think about joining the next Nurture and Nourishment course which will begin on Wednesday 30th September at The Vicarage. Each evening begins at 7 pm
The church office phone line is out of order so therefore it is not possible to check emails or receive phone messages. Until further notice, please phone the Vicarage on 01326 376422 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any queries or require any information.
Church Administrator The position of Church Administrator becomes available during August. A job description will be available shortly and expressions of interest can be sent to the Church Office or emailed to (email@example.com) Church Office, We would like to offer our thanks to Chloe for all that she has done
On Wednesday 1st July, I celebrated 25 years as a priest. It has been a humbling experience to look back over how my ministry has developed since those early days, and even more so to think back to some of the words that were spoken out in response to the Bishops question
A huge thank you to Junior Church and Emma for your presentation in church today. Loved the toilet jokes which still got across the point that a child dies every 3 minutes from the lack of good sanitation – a sobering thought. This was an amazing amount to raise which the PCC will
On Sunday 3rd May we had an amazing response to an appeal at the Sunday services for the victims of the Nepal disaster, giving through Shelter Box. Praise the Lord for the generosity of our church family. Pam, a volunteer Shelter Box speaker, came to our 10 am Sunday morning service but unfortunately
Another successful Messy Church was held at St Francis School on Sunday 26th April. The theme was based around the story of Jesus healing Bartimaeus’ blindness (Mark 10: 46-52). The story was told by Marcus and enacted by Naomi and Daniel. The listening children and parents displayed the