Welcome...

... to one of the most beautiful mediaeval churches in Cornwall.

Spiritual and secluded, set high on a hill surrounded by reminders of ancient peoples who worshiped on these hills thousands of years ago.

This website gives details for pilgrims and visitors who are planning to spend time in this tranquil place where the Christian faith has flowed for the last 1400 years.

We hope that you will be able to join us in the life of this vibrant rural church and become part of our community. Here you can meet new people , worship, have fun and friendship what ever your age.

Safeguarding

“Ensuring that children and young people as well as adults are kept safe whilst in our care is an integral part of our church life. If you have any concerns about safeguarding please contact:

In the Parish: Revd Paul Beynon, Rector, 01208 623577, Or Robert Pearce 07483874939, Parish Safeguarding Co-ordinator.

In the Diocese: Sarah Acraman Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser, 01872 274351

Out of Hours for after 5pm and weekends: 01208 251300

In emergency situation:

Local Authority Children’s Social Care: 0300 123 1116

Local Authority Adult’s Social Care: 0300 1234131

For more information on our safeguarding policy click here. Safeguarding policy.

What's next?

Tuesday Ringing

Date: 25.06.2019 | Time: 19:30 - 21:00

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general ringing practice. Junior ringing from 6:30

Location: Bradoc | Tuesday before first sunday of the month is in St. Winnow

Monday Ringing

Date: 30.06.2019 | Time: 19:30 - 21:00

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Basic method ringing practice at St Winnow on our our new 10 Bells

Location: Bradoc

News

Truro Diocese Guild of Ringers & Cornwall

Dear Leaders
Over the past 12 months a unique Bell Ringing Badge has been developed and trialled between the Truro Diocese Guild of Ringers and St Mabyn Scout Group in North Cornwall and has been authorised as an official Cornish activity badge by the County Commissioner for Scouting in Cornwall.

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Boconnoc Charity Garden Open Day in Aid of St Mary Bradoc Church

A rare opportunity to see the stunningly beautiful spring flowers at Boconnoc, set in its parkland setting.  Entrance £5 in aid of our medieval church. Children free. Refreshments available

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New Celtic Family Eucharist Service

We are very pleased to be able to offer a new Celtic Eucharist on the second Sunday of Every Month.

This is a new additional service at our beautiful isolated little church of St Mary Bradoc based on the Celtic liturgies of Iona and Northumbria reflecting our early Celtic Cornish Christianity.

St Bradanoc, a contemporary of St Columba, established our church as a chapel associated with St Winnow in C6th. In teh C14th our present church was rededicated to St Mary the Virgin.

There is little known about the life of St Bradanoc, who was one of three companions to St Winnow and who in the C7th is described as coming from distant lands.

We hope you will join us in this lovely spiritual family oriented service at 11:15 every month and which is additioal to our existing Eucharist at 11:15 on the fourth Sunday of every Month.

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Walking the Bradoc to St Winnow Way 27 August

Walk to St Winnow from Bradoc on August Bankholiday Monday

5.6 Miles of beautiful scenery, via Boconnoc Park you walk between the four churches of St Mary Bradoc, Boconnoc, St Nectan and St Winnow.

Have a picnic at Bradoc at 12:00 where food is available, leave at 1:00 to walk to St Nectans via the Parklands at Boconnoc for Cream Teas and  refreshments before descending to St Winnow by the waters edge.

Funds are raised for Cornwall Historic Churches trust and for Bradoc and St Winnow Churches.

If you are a bell ringer you can ring on the three rings of bells available.

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Bellring Open Day

Mini Ring presented at Truro

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