This Sunday we are thrilled to be able to worship together again, subject of course to Covid-19 regulations. We will hold just one service at St Teath Church at 11am where we can seat up to 30 people with social distancing. You may not be ready to meet with others indoors, in which case please see our order of service for worship at home.
We are pleased to begin re-opening our buildings for private, individual prayer, you are most welcome to come and reflect, pray and know God’s peace. We need to make and keep them Covid-secure to protect both visitors and volunteers so it is a gradual process but these churches are open at the following times:
Lanteglos – Wednesday and Saturday 10am – 5pm;
St Thomas, Camelford – Friday 9am-4pm
Advent – all day every day
St Teath – Tuesday 10am-1pm and Friday 1pm-4pm
Please observe social distancing and hygiene recommendations
The buildings are closed during the Coronavirus outbreak, but the church (ie the people) is open even though we cannot physically meet.
We continue to pray for and support one another and our communities. If you would like prayer, would like to talk or are in need practical help or would like to join our mailing list for worship resources please contact the Rector or one of our team.
We are keeping in touch with one another by telephone email and our Facebook page (Camel-Allen Churches) We are worshipping and praying ‘together’ by praying at the same time whilst safe in our own homes.
Daily Morning Prayer at home
At 10am each day we pause to pray – people choose their own format, some use the Church of England Daily Prayer app others a special order of service we have distributed, some just spend some time in quiet reflection and pray in their own words. Whatever suits you – you are welcome to join us.
Sunday services at home
Also at 10am – we worship ‘together’. An order of service with bible reading, a short reflection and prayers is sent out each week by email (or post to those not on email) . We can then say the words – and sing if we dare – at the same time and be united with one another in prayer as we worship our living Lord.