Church of England Diocese of Truro St. Just

Facilities and features

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Accessibility

One step takes you from the porch down into the main body of the Church. A portable ramp is kept immediately behind the door and can be put in place for your use very quickly.

We have a full sound reinforcement system with hearing induction loop.


Our Building

The Church is a Grade II listed building.

https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1159637


Music and Worship

Bell Ringing
Organ
Regular Choir

Groups, Courses and Activities

'Say One for Me' - Each Wednesday we meet at 11:30am in St Just Church. Just half an hour of keeping a time of silence, bringing before God any prayer requests and praying for our communities, our country and our world. Just come along and give it a go. It’s perfectly alright to pray quietly, nobody is going to expect you to pray out aloud.

In St Just we are running a regular Messy Church together with the Methodists in their Chapel about 4 – 6 times a year. So what is this Messy Church? It’s not a kids’ program, it’s not an adult study, it’s not a contemplative service, but it’s all ages together mixing faith with our messy relationships, messy questions, messy schedules and our messy lives. Messy Church is another way of doing church with good food, good company, good crafts and activities and a good Christian message. First and foremost it’s about having fun together!


Help for Visitors

We have a full range of information leaflets for sale in the Baptistery - leaflets are available in English, Cornish, Welsh, Spanish, French, German and Polish. The Church Guide book provides more detailed information about the Church and its history.

The Church is open throughout the year from approximately 10.am to 4.pm. In exceptional circumstances due to severe weather the church will either close early or remain closed.


Other Features

Conservation Area