Welcome to St Conan's Mission Church in the Anglican Diocese of Truro and county of Cornwall, England. This small, attractive church is situated on the edge of the Pencarrow Estate and can be found on the Wadebridge to Bodmin road, set back amongst the trees. Built a century ago, its overall dimensions only just exceed 60' by 20', with seating claimed to be for about 80 - but at a squeeze! The pulpit is 16th century, and it is said to have been used by Martin Luther. Surprisingly the font, of celtic origin, is probably the oldest in England. The Molesworth-St Aubyn family from Pencarrow House continue to maintain close family links.
The church is kept locked but viewing may be made by appointment.
View our website for more information: www.wadebridgeparish.org.uk