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St Andrews Church of England – Redruth

1 Wheal Uny
Trewirgie Hill
TR15 2TD

Call: 01209 216958


Mid-Week Holy Communion
Wednesdays 10am.

Private prayer and warm spaces
Main Church: Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays & Fridays 9am to 4pm.
Church Crypt: Mondays from 8.30am for breakfasts – 10am to 12 noon for foodbank.

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St Andrews Church Redruth

St. Andrew’s Church, consecrated on 26th November 1884, stands as a testament to the vision and dedication of Revd. James William Lane, who served as the Rector of Redruth from 1878 to 1910.

Its foundation stone, laid the year prior, marked the culmination of a spirited campaign to establish a new place of worship. The church’s establishment, as articulated in a circular from 1880, aimed to cater to both those who wander aimlessly and those who have yet to find their spiritual path, above all.

Described by several new church members as “warm, friendly, welcoming and non-judgemental” they said it, “felt like coming home” One teenager described it as “Everyone is nice to each other and it is like a big family”

St Andrews Church works hard at reaching out to the surrounding community tailoring activities to the needs of the time.

If you would like to know more, you can see their site here: St Andrews Church of England – Redruth.

 The initiatives include:

  • Warm space (how atmosphere has evolved as time has gone on)
  • Foodbank
  • Tiddler toddler group – a weekly popular event in term times.
  • Come Rain or Shine – art and craft sessions for parents and children in holidays.
  • TOAST (talk over a slice of toast)– after school club (for years 5-7 although this is evolving.)
  • Arts Festival – a weeklong event proving links to local schools, the Redruth Artistic community and the town. (Footfall in the hundreds)
  • Crafty people – a weekly group (About 20 people) who meet as a social group and share craft skills.
  • Redruth Randoms – a group who put on musical evenings that are hugely popular and attended by as many non-church people as church people.
  • Creation care –
  • Messy Church – 3 times a year
  • Wave of light remembering service, which is for those affected by still birth and child loss.
  • Summer Holiday Project organised by Fr Peter and insured under SAR’s policy
  • The church is also open on some days during the week so, make sure to ask if you’re interested.
  • Pew removal from the front as well as the back to create more versatile space
  • It is  currently the largest building in Redruth for services, concerts etc.


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