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A week-long walking retreat in Cornwall, led by Revd. Nigel Marns, author of 'A Cornish Celtic Way'. Explore the Cornish Celtic Way with a series of guided walks visiting some of the highlights of the 125 mile route, returning each night to enjoy the peaceful comfort and home-cooked food of Epiphany House, Truro. You can expect to cover around 6-8 miles per day over terrain which includes stunning and sometimes steep coastal walks, taking in churches, holy wells and other special places along the way. Evenings will be relaxed and informal, and include an optional short act of worship with reflections on Celtic saints.Find out more »
Come as you are and set aside time to meet God, led by an experienced prayer guide. A residential silent retreat weekend led by Revd. Leslie Attwood.Find out more »
A course for those new to the Enneagram, led by The Revd Dr. David Rake.Friday 25th October 2019, 7.30pm - 9.30pm and Saturday 26th October 2019, 10.00am - 5.00pm. Attendance at both Friday and Saturday sessions is necessary.Find out more »
Saturday 9th November at Epiphany House. A day based on the teachings of Fr. Richard Rohr OFM from his book ‘The Universal Christ’, led by Revd. Canon Olive Stevens.Find out more »
A day set aside especially for those seeking quiet space. Come as you are and take some time out to meet with God. You are welcome to join our rhythm of prayer and worship during the day (a short service of Morning Prayer at 10am and a Eucharist service towards the end of the afternoon) or to do your own thing.Find out more »
Christmas carols with Amici Voci. Tickets £7 to include a glass of wine and a mince pie. Tickets available from choir members or from Epiphany House, tel. 01872 272249. All funds raised will support The Epiphany Trust (Truro) Ltd.Find out more »
Walking towards Christmas with the poems of U. A. Fanthorpe. A time of reflection, quiet and discovery for Advent, led by The Revd Canon Jane Vaughan-Wilson.Find out more »
Christmas carol service led by the Revd Canon Jane Vaughan Wilson.
2.30pm in the Chapel. All welcome.
All are welcome to join us as we celebrate our annual feast day with a Eucharistic service. Preacher: Bishop Philip Mounstephen.
The service will be followed by light refreshments so please let us know if you plan to attend.