St Peter's, Flushing

Welcome to the homepage of St Peter's, the Parish Church for the beautiful, friendly village of Flushing which stands on the edge of the Carrick Roads opposite Falmouth. Once home to the Captains of the Falmouth Packet Mail Ships, the village has a long association with the sea and is a popular sailing venue. 

Our Church is made up of people from Flushing and beyond who have a background of Anglican, Methodist and Roman Catholic Churches. We work together to be a Christian presence in our village by serving God in the Church and Community. We support one another and those in need through pastoral care and charitable giving.

Throughout the year we raise funds for local projects such as the Penryn Foodbank and St Petrocs Society for Cornwall’s homeless, as well as looking beyond to the wider world with Christian Aid and our on-going sponsorship of a child in SOS Villages, Croatia.

Our Church is open most days for anyone to come in and spend time, as well as enjoy our lovely garden. There is a box in the porch for you to add prayer requests, which we are pleased to include on the following Sunday service.

On the 1st and 3rd Sundays we hold a service which we call Morning Prayer with hymns, readings, prayers and a short talk. These are led by either our Priest-in-Charge, Canon Andrew Stevenson, Morwenna Bennett or Colin Brown. We have a service of Holy Communion on the 2nd, 4th and 5th Sundays in the month led by either Canon Andrew Stevenson or Revd Angela Brown.

"The parish of Flushing is committed to the safeguarding of children, young people and adults. We follow the House of Bishops guidance and policies and have our own Parish Safeguarding Officer(s), PSOs, Mary Stevenson who can be contacted on 01872 241880.


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The Revd Canon Andrew Stevenson

31 Nansavallon Road

Associate Priest
+44 (0)1872 241880
What's on

Church open for private prayer

Every day at for 6 hours
St Peter's, Flushing
St. Peter's Hill Flushing Falmouth, TR11 5TL, United Kingdom

The church is open for private prayer every day between 10am and 4pm

Learning Community Days.

There will also be three Learning Community days throughout the year for people to engage with, giving us some moments in time to pause, reflect, plan and dream a little.