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Sunday Eucharist

10:00am  1st, 3rd, 4th,and  the 5th Sunday

2nd Sunday of the month is a more informal “Cafe” Service” which starts at 9:30  with a breakfast.


Sunday Evening Services

5:00pm Evensong 2nd  and 4th Sunday of the month. and the 1st & 3rd  Sunday we join Camborne Parish Church at 6:00pm for Evensong


Sunday Evensong

5:00 pm Evensong led by a Worship leader

All Saints Church Office

Clergy and Reader

Find out more

The office can be contacted on

07378 415166

Thursday 10am-12pm

(All Saints Church Community Centre),

Thursday 12:30-1:30pm

(Camborne Church) )ch                                                                     

Revd. Olive Stevens - Rector

Revd. Deb Grigg

Revd. Neil Potter

Reader: Mr Kevin Dodds

ALL SAINTS CHURCH

BELL RINGING

Question 1 ... Have you heard our bells?


Question 2 ... Do you know why they are rung?


Question 3 ... Are the bells difficult to ring?


Question 4 ... Would you like to learn to ring?


The answer to question 1 is probably yes most people living in the vicinity will have heard the bells at one time or another. Maybe they wake you up on a Sunday morning or maybe you like to hear the sound of them ringing from afar.


Answer 2. They are rung principally to call people to Worship, the ringers arrive about half an hour before the Service starts and normally ring for about 25 minutes followed by the chiming of the 'five minute bell’. This, as its' name suggests indicates that the Service starts in five minutes. They are also rung to celebrate a wedding or a special occasion or toiled for a funeral. We also get requests from visiting teams of ringers to use our bells and we have our practice sessions on Monday evenings.


The answer to question 3 is a resounding NO! Contrary to most people’s belief you do not have to be tremendously strong to be a bell-ringer but you do need to have some coordination between ear, eye and hand and be able to concentrate. Finally, it's a team event; if you enjoy operating as a member of a team you may well enjoy bell ringing, you’ll never know until you try!


Finally, question 4. If you feel that you would like to learn, speak to any member of the tower or come along to the tower on a Monday evening at 7:30 p.m. You will be made most welcome. We have one of the best sets of light eight bells in the diocese and are anxious that they should be kept ringing to the glory of God.


Jim Hoskin

Tower Captain


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