• At St Leonard's: a new sound system has been installed - including a hearing loop.

    COVID-19 Pandemic


    The familiar safety provisions apply.


    St Leonard's: A service in church every Sunday at 9.15 am and a service of Evening Prayer, which can be viewed on the  Glapthorn Church Facebook page). The service of Evening Prayer can be followed in your own Prayer Book or by using this text. The readings and notes about them are posted on the Facebook page and here (for those who are not on Facebook), so you can read the notes before the service.

    For St Peter's: Please check the St Peter's website.

    The Church of England Church online website page has links to numerous resources for worshipping and praying at home, including finding livestreamed services, and there are other worship resources.


    St Leonard's: Open daily


    If you need support or assistance, or know of anyone else who does, please don’t hesitate to get in touch, so we at St Leonard’s can see what we can do to help (see the Church Wardens' letter here for contact details). If you would like someone to telephone you to pray with you, just telephone 07904 929279 or email pastoral@stpetersoundle.co.uk and you will be connected with a prayer-friend.

    Glapthorn Church is an open community committed to love of God and other people.Our weekly services are well-attended and welcoming. There is no price of admission, seating plan, or dress code. You don't have to be a member or believe 493 extraordinary things before breafast.

    The church is open to everyone.

    Our website says something about us - who we are and what we do. It also contains information and links if you want to find out more about the Christian faith and why - today - it matters as much as ever.

    Nicholas St John Rosse's painting 'The Last Supper' makes the point: the disciples are people known to the artist in North Cornwall - people just like us.


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  •        'The Last Supper': St. Paul's RC Church, Tintagel, by Nicholas St John Rosse

    We are very grateful to Father Bryan Storey (who features in the painting) and Nicholas St John Rosse
     for agreeing, generously and readily, to our use of this image on our website.