The Anglican Church of King Charles the Martyr is as old as the town of Falmouth itself, dating back to the 17th Century, and the restoration of the Crown after the English Civil War Civil War.
The church has been altered many times over the last three and a half centuries. It is now a light and spacious building with high, barrel ceilings and a fine organ.
As for Falmouth, it has grown into a bustling port, a university town and popular holiday destination with a resident population of about 20,000 that swells to many more during the summer.
Through it all KCM has remained at the heart of this vibrant and every changing community; a place of worship, prayer and peaceful reflection.
Please explore this website to find out more about the life of the church, our people, activities and facilities.