Cluster Church Worship for July

Church Worship in the Penlee cluster in July

Opening up churches for public worship in the Penlee cluster will begin this month.


Sunday 5th

1030am Eucharist: St Mary's church Penzance 
1030am Eucharist: Paul 

Sunday 12th 

1030am Eucharist: St Mary's Church Penzance 
1030am Celtic worship: Paul 
1030am Eucharist: St. Peter's Newlyn 

Sunday 19th 

1030am Celtic worship: St Mary's Church Penzance 
1030am Eucharist: Paul 
1030am Celtic worship: St Peter's Newlyn
1030am Eucharist St. John's Penzance. 

Sunday 26th

1030am Eucharist: St Mary's Penzance 
1030am Celtic worship: Paul 
1030am Eucharist: St. Peter's Newlyn 
1030am Celtic worship: St. John's Penzance 

A zoom online communion service will continue to be sent out every Sunday morning on our web site.


8am morning prayer (Zoom worship)

9pm night prayer (Zoom worship)

If you wish to join us via zoom for daily prayer, please contact the administrator Keno. Or ring 01736 367863 and we will send a link.

Wisdom in the community 

Each Wednesday 6pm St Mary’s PZ

Thursday Communion service and reflection 

Each Thursday 1030am  St Mary’s Penzance 

Friday communion 

Each Friday 1030 am St. John’s Penzance 

MEETING SOCIALLY permitting  Sunday’s at 4pm

Bring along something to drink....flask of tea or something stronger...we will provide cakes.

A chance to meet with friends...perhaps listen to music....all physically distanced etc...

12th July - Paul quiet garden

19th July - St. John’s, Penzance, church grounds 

26th St. Peter’s, Newlyn, church grounds 




An open safe space in the Covid 19 world 

Our church buildings, which have been sacred spaces for generations of people , provide a place to think and be aware that we are in the presence of God...a God who loves and upholds us. We Celtic Christians call these “thin places” where earth is touched by heaven. 

 St Mary’s church Penzance, Paul church and the Celtic quiet garden both set in the village of Paul are now open  at certain times as  safe spaces for us to find some peace and quiet, to reflect and pray or to find someone to talk to or find help.

You may want to use the space to reflect on how the pandemic has affected you, your family and friends and the world you inhabit: what have you lost and grieve for? What have you learnt and gained. And of course, how will you move forward to embrace life more fully and become more fully whole.


only 20 people are allowed in our buildings at any one time. 

St Mary's Penzance:

Monday to Friday: 10am- 12noon

Sunday: 10-12noon

Paul church in Paul village

Tuesday  2-4pm

Wednesday 10-12noon

Thursday : 10-12 noon

Sunday : 10-12noon 

St Peter's Newlyn

Wednesday 10-12noon

St John's, Penzance

Friday  10-12noon

Celtic Quiet Garden in Paul village:

All daylight hours 



Our churches have been deep cleaned, risk assessments carried out  and are now set up in such  a way that we might visit without spreading infection.  We ask that you keep to the physical distancing rules set by the government, that you use the hand sanitiser provided at church doors and use only the part of the church that is marked out. Toilets and refreshments are not available at the moment. 


It is possible to light a candle, write a prayer request, listen to some reflective music or find a chaplain or host to talk to or find help. If you wish to have a name of someone who has died put in our book of remembrance then you will find a card to record the details.    There are child friendly quiet activity packs so it is possible to visit with children.


Once again it is now possible for funeral services to happen in church too.  The new arrangements for funerals have been agreed by our staff and funeral directors to help people stay safe as they grieve for their loved one.

If you wish to use the church for pray or reflection at another time then please ring 01736 367863 or so that we can find a mutuality convenient time.

Please pray for us as we open our buildings.