Statement of Commitment minuted 23rd May 2001

    We are committed to building a future for Cawsand Congregational Church based on traditional community values, which welcome equal opportunity and mutual encouragement for sharing belief in Christianity through our worship and work.   

    Jill's letter

    Jill's Letter


    Our Gospel Choir performances continue to grow in popularity.   The last one, on 8th July, saw over fifty in the congregation and twenty in the choir - not bad for a swelteringly-hot day when most people might have preferred to be on the beach.   The singing was, as always, inspiring and uplifting and we had a couple of chances to join in with well-known hymns.   Almost everyone stayed afterwards for tea and biscuits, such is the popularity of the choir, to have a chat with them.   As well as the small fee we pay for the performance a retiring collection yielded a further £130, which will be added to the money the choir gives from their singing to charity.   Already looking forward to having them back next year: they really do give us music to free the soul!




    Jill, Blessing the Black Boat - Cawsand

    All needlework hanging made for us by village sewing circle


    Dedication service for the Fishermens Mission.

    View of the church from the Sea.








    Christmas Service

    Tue, 25/12/2018 - 10:30
    CHRISTMAS DAY Short communion, 10.30am

    Harvest of the Sea

    Sun, 14/10/2018 - 15:00 to 16:30
    Harvest of the Sea, held in the Congregational Church With music by the Rame Male Voice Choir. Joined a guest speaker from the Fishermans Mission. Followed by refreshments in the church hall

    Tuesday Coffee Shop

    Every Tuesday 10am - 12am
    Coffee and Tea at Congregational Church Hall.

    Latest News

    Callington Gospel Choir

    Some fifty people enjoyed the annual visit of the Callington Gospel Singers.The church doors were wide open as it was a very hot afternoon so there were people coming in all during the concert as the sound spread through Garrett Street.£130 was given to the choir for their charitable work. The jokes from the leader brought smiles to our faces and the words and the music spoke to our souls

    Induction to the Church as Church Deacon

    After many years of loyal service to the village church, Mrs Westlake was inducted to the role as Church Deacon on the 22nd April 2018. Amidst a large congregation, Mrs Westlake gave a heartfelt speech recalling village life, mentioning friends past and present who have influenced both herself and husband making life in Cawsand such an enjoyable time for many years.

    Church Donations

    Will you help us? Donations to Mrs Doreen Westlake, ‘Kerensa’, Cawsand. PL10 1PQ, Telephone 01752 823996 - and thank you.