New Footsteps Community Coffee Shop at FMC
The new Footsteps Community Coffee Shop is open on Thursdays, 10am-12noon at the Falmouth Methodist Church. Join us for tea/coffee/cakes and scones - and a chat! Click the picture for details
Falmouth & Penryn are great places to party, but sometimes good times threaten to turn sour. Street Pastors, supported by FPCT in conjunction with the police and other agencies, provide friendly faces, practical help and recovery space every Saturday night in Falmouth and as needed at the university, backed up by a team of prayer ministers. Click the picture for more details.
Schools & University
Falmouth & Penryn are great places to study, but pressures on time may mean there is little chance for school children and students to engage with Christianity. FPCT aims to help by providing after-school Kidz Klubs and soon Open the Book sessions in primary schools, chaplaincy and discussion time in secondary schools, and in supporting the Multi-faith Chaplaincy and Christian Union at the University. Click on the picture to learn more.
Falmouth & Penryn are great places to retire, but when it’s time to move to a residential home, it can be difficult to get to church. FPCT provides monthly worship services in eight local care homes, with a team drawn from 16 churches. Click the picture to find out more.
The Foodbank is based at Highway Church in Penryn and meets a sadly growing need. See lower down this page for this week's 'shopping list' of items the Foodbank currently needs, and click this picture for more details.
Welcome to Falmouth & Penryn Churches Together
Falmouth & Penryn Churches Together is an association of 17 Christian congregations in Falmouth, Penryn and the surrounding areas; providing a forum in which we can explore, and through which we can put into effect, ways of serving God together – both in worship and in service to the community.
The Filling Station, Mon 17 Oct
7.30-9.30pm, Penmorvah Manor Hotel Speaker: Arthur White: The Authority and Power of Scripture. Testimony: David Arrondelle. All welcome to this new informal way of expressing...