Holy Trinity, St Day

Welcome to Holy Trinity,

the parish church of St Day

Church Street, St Day, TR16 5LD

We are situated 2 miles from Redruth, 5 miles from Falmouth and 8 miles from Truro.

Holy Trinity is the only church in the 8 saints Cluster to use the Anglo Catholic tradition in their worship. We are a small congregation, but we are committed to serving God and helping the community. Unfortunately we do not have a Junior Church at the moment but we regularly hold, with the Methodist Church, Messy Church, which is very popular with the children. Holy Trinity have a busy social life with at least one event every month to which the village are invited.

Our church is the Cornish shrine for Our Lady of Walsingham and our festival is held annually in September. Please do come and join us you are assured of a very warm welcome.

St. Day is the only place in the country to be named after the 6th Century Breton monk. There are several places bearing his name in Brittany. He came from the monastery Landevennec which still exists today. The present church contains the beautiful statue of St Day as a mitred abbot and his prayers are said to be effective in curing rheumatism. There is a Breton proverb that says “No one prays at his chapel without finding relief.”

 

Regular Services

The PCC has taken the difficult decision to suspend communal worship at this time of high COVID transmission. The church will be open for private prayer on Sundays 9-10.30am.

We continue to hold our community in our prayers at this time, and if you need to speak to a priest please contact Fr John.

Church Warden: Pete Simmons 01209 821626