Many volunteers freely
giving of their time are indispensable to the
life of any parish community. Here are just a few of our
groups and ministries, there is something for everyone from the very
young to the more mature. Please speak to group members. If you have a particular interest, there can be an
opportunity to start something new
Welcomers; Altar servers;
Music; Children's Liturgy and Catechists; Ministers of the
Word (readers); Ministers of the Eucharist; Counters; Safeguarding; Prayer and Rosary
groups; Friendship Club, Busy Fingers; Fundraising; Cleaners; Website; etc ...
Choir - For singers in
Soprano, Alto, Tenor & Bass voices, if you would like to sing
with our choir, please speak to David after the 11am Mass, or
e-mail him via parish office.
All that is required is that you have an openness to
learning, basic sight-reading skills and commitment – the rest
is provided! Without parishioners & friends committing to this
valuable tradition it will disappear. Your choir needs YOU!
Choir Association - welcomes new members to support the choir and music in
Monthly Choral Evening Prayer - Usually 3rd Sunday, see newsletter for
the parish: The Organ and Choral tradition
information to be updated for groups not currently meeting):-
Walking Together: a Synodal Journey for 2021-23 information + updates in newsletters.
The Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults (The
Continuing Journey in Faith) - updates in newsletters, click RCIA link for
Prayer / Journey in faith / Growth group:
(is not currently meeting)
/ 'Intentional Discipleship' Study Group:
"Watch and Pray - Eucharistic Adoration
Exposition of The Blessed Sacrament".
New names for rota always needed. Lists are in church. - click here for
newsletter for programme and
Club - new for autumn 2023
Fingers: See newsletters or contact parish
office for information.
West Cornwall Catenian Group 930
- dates in newsletter or contact parish
office for information.
Churches Together: Our Penzance church
is affiliated with 'Churches Together in
Penzance Area' (CTIPA) which together with other non affiliated local Christian
faith communities, is involved in
mission projects that support many members of our various local
communities, including the most vulnerable. (Financial support also welcome.) The mission projects include:-
CTIPA The Food Bank - helps families and others through hard
CTIPA Street Pastors - provides care for those on the
streets late at night (our webpage has information)
CTIPA Primary School Assemblies - with "Open the Book" and School Chaplaincy work in secondary schools
New helpers are always most welcome. Further information on
these joint Christian mission projects, also other ecumenical
activities and services can be found at:- churchestogetherinpenzance.co.uk
or contact parish
Our Hayle church
is affiliated with 'Churches Together in Hayle'. (Hayle Foodbank