Visiting the Church
You are very welcome to visit our beautiful, historic church.
When can I visit?
Our friendly volunteers open up the church as often as they can, and of course everyone is welcome to join any of our Sunday services.
Summer – from Easter to the end of October we try to ensure the church is open on weekdays from 11am to 1pm or 1pm to 3pm. We also have free summer concerts in the church on Saturdays at 12 noon.
Winter – from November to Easter the church is open on Thursday only, from 11am to midday.
If you want to visit the church and are coming from any distance, the sensible thing to do is to call the church number (01326 313051) to make arrangements or check opening times. There is an answerphone on that number; if you leave a message one of us will call you.
Do you hold old records?
If you are researching family records we suggest that you contact Cornwall Records Office to begin your search as they hold our old registers – search ” records and archives” at www.cornwall.gov.uk
Unfortunately, the church was built centuries ago, with steep steps up to the entrances from the street. We are very sorry that access is so difficult for people with mobility difficulties, but do not presently have enough funding to improve the situation.
There is a Hearing Loop.
There is no parking at the front of the church, as it is in the centre of Falmouth. However, there are public car parks within a 10 minute walk: New Street and the Maritime Car Park.
Falmouth Town station is less than half a mile away (10 minute walk).