Constantine Cornwall

Mawnan Smith RC Church

Old Church Road, Mawnan Smith, served from St. Mary’s, Falmouth.

Falmouth RC Church

Killigrew Street, Falmouth TR11 3PR

Falmouth Emmanual Baptist Church

We are home to over 200 people located in the heart of Falmouth. We meet 10:30am Sundays. Everyone welcome!

Falmouth United Reformed Church

(Berkeley Vale), Kimberley Park Road, Falmouth, Cornwall TR11 3PL, United Kingdom

Salvation Army

The Salvation Army is a worldwide Christian church and registered charity, which has been fighting against social inequality and transforming lives for over 150 years. We’re here for you in your community, not only because you need something, but because you have something to be thankful for.

St. Constantine

As you approach Constantine, the high tower of the Church stands prominently upon an ancient mound that is probably the remains of an original Celtic monastery. Built between 1420-1480, it is dedicated to St. Constantine who, according to legend, was a chieftain or prince around the 5th century A.D. From the main porch the view southwards is superb, with a deep valley ahead of you and the Goonhilly Downs beyond. It is a beautiful Church with family and healing services. Be still and pray. Join with others in worship and fellowship. Praise the Lord! Services: Every Sunday – 8.00am & 10.30am; Every Thursday -10.00am Holy Communion, followed by Ladies Fellowship.

Gweek Mission Church

Common Worship Service of the Word: Every First Sunday at 3 p.m. for 30m

St.Mawnan and St. Michael

The two Mawnan Churches, St Mawnan and St Michael, form a welcoming, friendly community serving the village of Mawnan Smith and surrounding hamlets. The whole Parish is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. We have thriving home groups, Mothers Union, and weekday informal services, as well as our services on Sundays.

Mawnan Smith Methodist Church

Mawnan Smith Methodist Church was built in 1815. The gallery was removed in 1887 and extensive renovation took place. The Sunday School was built and opened in 1902. Services are at 11.00 am on Sundays. The Sunday School has 10 children and Church attendance is approximately 15. The Guild meets monthly. The Sunday School is used by the Guides, Brownies and Mothers Union regularly. It is also used by the Parish Council, Pantomine Group, Playgroup, coffee mornings and Churches Together Lent Lunches. The flowers from every Sunday service are given to the sick and elderly. A warm welcome is extended to everyone.