Church of England Diocese of Truro South Hill

Facilities and features

Click on the tags below to learn more about each.

Accessibility

In the lane outside the church

Parking is available in the lane immediately outside the church but please note there is a long tarmac path, approximately 75 metres/82 yards, from the gate to the church door

There is a short wooden ramp down the step int the church. A portable more wheelchair friendly ramp is also available just inside the door. The person greeting you will be able to help. If you are just visiting when no-one is around you will need a helper to set up this ramp for you.

Assistance Dogs

Our Building

During daylight hours

The existing church dates from 1333 with additions in the fifteenth century. The font is from an earlier church on the site. Full details at https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1140786
In the churchyard is an important early Christian inscribed stone, dating from the 6th century. It has a Chi Rho symbol and an early symbol of the resurrection and the words Cumregnus fili Maucus (Cumregnus son of Maucus) are inscribed down the stone. More details at https://historicengland.org.uk/listing/the-list/list-entry/1014016


Music and Worship


Groups, Courses and Activities

Courses are run in conjunction with our other cluster churches. Details can be found on the Callington Cluster website http://callingtoncluster.org.uk

'Golberdon Girls' Choir. A local community choir for ladies, run by one of our members, meets at the church in the summer months and elsewhere in the winter. New members always welcome. No auditions needed. Contact [email protected]

South Hill Bat Project. A community project to protect and encourage our local populations of Natterer and Pipistrelle bats. Talks, walks and workshops. See the events page for details of upcoming events.

We run occasional one off Messy Church events several times a year eg Christmas, Mothering Sunday, one Sunday in the Summer holidays. See our website for more details or contact us via the contact page of this website.

Our Families Leader, Amy Wheeler, runs Toddler Groups across the cluster, including JAMM in the Parish Hall at Golberdon on Monday Mornings. See our cluster website for full details


Help for Visitors

Contact [email protected] to arrange a tour

Guidebooks / Notes

The church is usually open for visitors every day during daylight hours. If it is locked for any reason, you may still be able to visit. Key holder details are on the notice board at the gate.


Other Features

We are a collection point for Callington Food Bank

We are a Fairtrade church