We know that going to a church for the first time can be a bit scary. Don’t worry! We’ve been there too and we know that taking that first step is a big deal and can feel a little awkward.
We believe that God really cares about people so we try to go out of our way to do that too and to make sure that your experience at St Kea is the absolute best it can be.
Everybody is welcome at our different services.
Sunday 9.30am St Kea Truro a friendly church family of all ages and backgrounds meeting every week in Penair School.
The congregation is made up of people from all backgrounds and every stage of life. We have lots of young families and small children as well as older adults. The service combines the best of traditional hymns and contemporary songs led by our band and centres each week on listening to God’s word, the Bible.
We have a fully staffed crèche and an amazing Sunday Club for primary age children where they learn about Jesus in a safe and fun environment.
The service usually finishes around 10.40am. Refreshments are served before and after the service.
Sunday 11:00am St Kea All Hallows is a large congregation drawn from the local community and surrounding villages.
The congregation is made up of people who are new to the area and have recently joined All Hallows as well as those who have been here for many years. The service combines the best of traditional hymns on the organ and contemporary songs lead by our band. Each week we focus on listening to God’s word, the Bible.
We have a baby and parent room and an amazing Sunday Club for primary age children where they learn about Jesus in a safe and fun environment. 11-14's also have their own group during the service.
The service usually finishes around 12.00pm. Refreshments are served after the service.
Old Kea is a beautiful and remote church located near the river Fal.
This congregation meets twice a month for traditional 1662 Prayer Book Services. The 1st Sunday of the month is a service of Holy Communion at 8.30am whilst on the 3rd Sunday of the month we meet for Evensong at 6:30pm.
Old Kea is also a beautiful and relaxing place to spend some time in prayer, either on your own or with a small group. The church building is open throughout the day.
Tuesday 10am St Kea CAP Lanterns is a cafe style congregation meeting every week in Truro Baptist Church.
This congregation is made of people from all sorts of backgrounds who are looking to explore the Christian faith in a more informal setting. Each session includes a complete mix of teaching, discussion and support in small groups. Many of the members have come to this congregation through the St Kea Christians Against Poverty centre in Truro.
We have a fully staffed crèche for pre school children.
The meeting usually finishes around 12:00pm and many members stay and enjoy lunch together.