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Two churches first to...

Two churches in the Diocese of Truro have been awarded Gold Eco Church Awards, two of less than 50 churches of all denominations nationally to receive the prestigious accolade. Eco Church launched in 2016 and there are now 3,000 churches across the country with Eco Awards ranging from Bronze to Gold. Gold is the most […]

Open the Book

There is more to our weekly worshiping than Sundays. Across our Benefice we worship in other ways every day of the week. One of these is ‘Open the Book’ One of the great joys of working with children is to see their reaction to something that they are involved in, that they are committed to […]

April Eco Church Surv...

Our April Eco Church wildlife survey – Mary, Mary, how does your graveyard grow? – With the help of our Junior Ringers. Each month Bradoc Junior Ringers find out more about our ecology and carry out surveys of our birds and wildflowers as part of our Eco Church Project. On the second and third of […]

Warm Wednesdays

February 26, 2023 MUSIC, LAUGHTER AND FOOD FOR THE BODY AND SOUL By Alec Charles St Mary’s Church in Bradoc is renowned as one of the most beautiful medieval churches in Cornwall. Dating back to the sixth century, its graveyard, swathed each spring in a sea of bluebells, circumscribes the original structures of the old […]

Bradoc Church awarded...

June 30, 2023 CHURCH WINS GREEN AWARD By Alec Charles A church in the Benefice of Lostwithiel has won silver in the Eco Church awards scheme. St Mary’s Church is renowned for the beauty of its historic architecture and medieval carvings. It sits high on a hill, five miles southeast of Bodmin, about halfway between […]

Caring for and enjoyi...

We have a graveyard dating from the sixth century. This is a wooded environment, and a twentieth century cemetery which is more like a meadow. Each area has different flora and fauna. We mow to encourage our wildflowers some of which like short grass and others wild areas. We have 147 identified plants. Some of […]

International links

Creating a strong, warm, and mutually encouraging international relationship between the Church of the Transfiguration, Braddock Heights, Maryland, and St Mary Bradoc, Cornwall. In November of last year, the congregation at St Bradoc Church in the Diocese of Truro, became aware of Bishop Philip’s vision which includes five principles. One of these is the desire […]

Access and Services a...

/// Three words: Helping. Urgent. Worms. PL22 0RN Visiting the Church Our church is open each day between 10:00am and 4:00pm for visitors to come and look at the beautiful medieval church in its C6th graveyard and nearby modern cemetery with its out door reflective and picnic areas. It is an ideal centre for walkers […]