We are a friendly church in the heart of St Winnow, with hundreds of years of history. All who visit and worship at St Winnow Parish Church are made welcome. We are open seven days a week so please do come and visit us to see our wonderful and historic building. Please join in our various services (see Worship page), where all are welcome to pray and to meet with God and each other in fellowship.
The Parish of St Winnow with St Nectan's Chapel - Annual Report of the Parochial Church Council 2016.
This Month's Events:
Friday, 28th July 2017.
St Winnow Parish Church are delighted to welcome you to a concert of Pelynt Male Voice Choir, with the Ladies Choir from Millpool at 7.30pm. Tickets £7 on the door (to include a glass of wine) in aid of our Bells & Tower appeal. Raffle and refreshments.
Join us in making history at St Winnow Parish Church.
The Rector, The Churchwardens and Parochial Church Council of St Winnow, warmly invite you on Sunday, 6th August 2017 9(The Transfiguration) to our 11 a.m. Parish Eucharist service at which The Bishop of St Germans, The Rt Revd. Chris Goldsmith will consecrate our ten new bells and rededicate our re-furbished tower and our conserved old bells.
This Sunday will provide a unique opportunity to view our ten new bells, which will be on display in the Lady Chapel of our church for the afternoon before they are installed into the tower the following day, where they will ring out gloriously for the next hundreds of years across the banks of the river Fowey. Please come along and join us in celebrating the works to our tower and the offering of our thanks to God for the incredible achievements of the past year and the generosity of so many people.
Ten bells are the most musical combination for any peal of church bells and place St Winnow Parish Church in a distinctive position. They will be the only ring of ten concurrently cast bells in Cornwall and the only ring of ten in South East Cornwall.
After the service, there will be light refreshments, and the church will be open for the afternoon and our Bells & Tower appeal committee will be on hand to give presentations and talk to you about all of the works that have taken place.
Please let us know if you would like to attend by confirming numbers to firstname.lastname@example.org
so that we can plan seating. Parking will be very limited so please car share where possible. A park and ride service will be in operation from Trewether Farm at the end of the lane.
Our appeal for funds remains open as we seek to close the gap on the remaining work to be completed. Please visit our appeal page at www.stwinnowparishchurch.com
for details of how you can help support us.
Bank Holiday Monday, 28th August 2017. Join us on our annual pilgrimage, walking the St Winnow way; starting at St Mary Bradoc Church for picnics at 12 noon, then walking to Boconnoc Church and St Nectan’s Chapel between 1 p.m. to 3 p.m where we will stop for teas and cakes; progressing to St Winnow for 4 p.m. until 6 p.m. where you will be able to hear our ten new bells ring out for the first time publicly in joyful celebration across the banks of the river Fowey.
Funds raised in aid of Cornwall Historic Churches Trust and Bradoc and St Winnow Churches.
By kind permission of Boconnoc Estate, please keep dogs on leads whilst on the Estate grounds.
Toilet and disabled access available at church events.
Please car share where possible.