St. Paul the Apostle
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Procession of Witness, Good Friday 22nd April 2011

On Good Friday morning (22nd April) in Tintagel, the Churches Together Procession of Witness left Bossiney Methodist Chapel, stopped outside St. Paul Catholic Church and then left again for Tintagel Methodist Chapel and Trevena Square in the centre of the village, more people joining along the way. It was led by the Revs. John Henry Barfoot and Bryan Storey, and by Glenton Brown and Stuart Patterson. Prayers were said and Lenten hymns sung at each stop. The procession was started about ten years ago by Rev. Steve Wild, formerly the Methodist Church’s national Director of Evangelism, as part of a number of events. These included visits to all village houses and the distribution of hot cross buns in the streets of the village - the latter still occurs today. The Catholic and Anglican churches soon joined and now this very successful ecumenical procession has become the most publicly visible reminder in Tintagel of the meaning of Holy Week.


Deanery Day

  On the 6th September 2008 at St John's, Camborne, a special Deanery Celebration Day was held to coincide with the celebrations of the 150th anniversary of the opening of Plymouth Cathedral. The Bishop inspected the Bodmin Parish display at the exhibition of parish activites held in the school hall.


Camelford Charter Celebration 

On the 12th July 2009 various parishioners from St. Paul's, Tintagel, attended a Mass in Latin celebrated by Fr. Bryan Storey at the ancient church at Lanteglos to mark the end of of a month of celebrations of the granting of the charter to Camelford in 1259. The mayor of Camelford, Brian Lush was present, together with the Rector of Lanteglos, Rev. Jim Benton-Evans.


 








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