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 first group of volunteers from Austria arrived on 12th September after a long wait due to the Covid pandemic.   In their absence our Sarah has overseen a complete overhaul of the Manse and kept the garden and allotment going, sharing produce among members of the community.   She has kept everything professionally 'ticking over' for us in the Manse, church and hall ... thanks Sarah!


    The Guitarfest was a sell-out and a delight again this year; hopefully it will return to us another year under the leadership of Alison Smith, a most accomplished and friendly lady.   How lucky we are to have such wonderful playing right on our doorstep!  And don't forget our Harvest of the Sea service on 10th October at 3 p.m., with our own Male Voice Choir, the Rev. George Ayoma to speak and a good sing to be enjoyed by all - at last!




    We continue to open the church every Tuesday morning from ten to twelve for private prayer and hold our usual services, including Communion, on the second and fourth Sundays of each month at ten-thirty.   Everyone welcome.   J.M.


    Tuesday Coffee Shop

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

    Latest News

    Austrian Friends

    It was Party Time at Coffee Shop.Our Austrian friends put up the Christmas tree and the crib and made a selection of biscuits.Each of us had a party bag of more biscuits to take home!

    Baby Shower

    A Baby Shower in Church 01/12/2019