Constantine Cornwall

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!

St. Constantine is celebrated each year with an annual concert on the Tuesday nearest his Feast day.

Church Hall

Also known as the Village Hall, the Church Hall is situated in the middle of the village across the lane from the Church. It’s a great venue available for hire at very reasonable rates and has the added bonus of having its own car park. The hall is perfect for larger parties, meetings, receptions, concerts, or anything that needs a capacity for 120 people comfortably. There is a small kitchen and a washroom.

For more information and booking enquiries please call Mrs. Jenny Parshall on 01326  340236