St Germans: St Germans Priory
Following government restrictions imposed on 23rd March, the church is now closed until further notice.
You can read more details on our website: http://stgermansparishes.com/ or our Tideford A Church Near You site, please look at the page "When it isn't possible to go to church" for information about prayer and services at home.
St Germans Priory is part of the St Germans Group Parish - four churches in one parish - and part of the benefice with the parishes of Antony and Sheviock
The church of St Germanus in the village of St Germans in south-east Cornwall is one of the finest, oldest and historic parish churches in the county, and one of the oldest buildings still in use for its original purpose. Set within an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and at the heart of the St Germans Conservation Area, the church is of exceptional architectural, art historical, archaeological and historic significance which is reflected in its Grade 1* Listing.
Parking is generally limited to on-street parking on the road above the church; for those with limited mobility there is a small amount of space outside the church - drive carefully through the lych gate down to the west door of the church.
St Germans marks the start of the Cornish Celtic Way - please refer to separate item of this name for details.
Please note the church is generally cool (we're working on heating ideas) so even in the summer please bring a jacket or some kind of cover up in case of need. In the winter wrap up well.