St Mary’s Church
During the recent Covid-19 Lockdown we are still holding Sunday Services, however they are held via Zoom, rather than in the physical Church building. For details of what is available, please scroll down this Homepage to find a calendar of services. Click on the service that you would like to attend to find the details of how to join.
Located in the centre of Callington, and consecrated in 1438, St. Mary’s Church was initially a chapel of ease to South Hill. The Church was built after a successful petition by Chief Townsman Nicholas Assheton, and other members of the Parish, for a Cemetery within the town.
Assheton, and his wife Margaret are buried within the church, under the Chancel floor. The spot is marked by a marble slab inlaid with brass effigies of the couple. Also interred within the Church is Robert Willoughby, 1st Baron Willoughby de Broke, Lord of the Manor of Callington, and steward of the Duchy of Cornwall, who was High Sheriff of Cornwall in 1479, and of Devon in 1480. His tomb is marked by an alabaster monumental effigy.
Regular services are as follows:
Sundays: 8.00 am Holy Communion
9.30 am Main Service
Mondays: 9.00 am Prayer Meeting
7.15 pm Prayer Meeting (2nd and 4th Monday of each month)
Wednesdays: 10.30 am Holy Communion (said)
Further details can be found on the church’s Facebook page:
or by calling +44 (0)1822 833065
Callington, PL17 7RE
Callington Methodist Church
Due to the Prime Minister’s announcement January 5th about entering a new Lock Down, until at least 15th February, we have decided to stop public worship for the foreseeable future. It is important for us all to keep safe. Please contact us if you are interested in any of our Zoom meetings.
Located on the corner of Haye Road and Valentine Row, Callington Methodist Church has buildings dating back to 1845. A number of changes to the Chapel interior have been implemented in order to improve comfort, and to provide a more inviting appearance, whilst the exterior of the building has retained its 19th century architecture. It is the largest Methodist Church in the Callington and Gunnislake circuit.
Morning Services: 10.30 – 11.30 am
Evening Services: 6.30 – 7.30 pm
Further information, and details of other services can be found on the church’s website:
or by calling +44 (0)1579 383274
Haye Rd, Callington, PL17 7JJ
Our Lady of Victories Catholic Church
Catholic Masses and Service Times are likely to be different to the normal times due to the Coronavirus. Churches are now open at certain times and Masses are taking place – but please check with the parish to find out if the times have changed. Many Parishes are only providing Confessions by appointment. This should not be seen as an obstacle to anyone, it is just a way to ensure your health and safety. So please contact the parish to arrange to go to confession or to check any of the times. We will get through this and things will return to normal!
Located in Lower Coronation Terrace, Callington’s Roman Catholic Church of Our Lady of Victories was originally built in 1954, although its adjacent hall was added in 1985. The Church, which has a capacity of 50, is served from Tavistock. First Mass takes place at 6.00 pm on Saturdays.
Service times are subject to change, but can be confirmed at the following website:
by calling +44 (0)1822 612645
Lower Coronation Terrace, Callington, Cornwall, PL17 7BY
Mustard Seed Evangelical Church
The Mustard Seed Church, founded in 1909, is located on Launceston Road. The Church upholds evangelical traditions of Bible-based prayer, worship, and teaching, whilst not being affiliated with any religious denomination. Its name hearkens back to the Mustard Seed Guild of the early 1900s, whose secretary, Helen M. C. explained that it arose because “the desire to help the missionaries burns in us like mustard”.
The Mustard Seed’s congregation gathers for worship at the following times:
Every Sunday: 10.45 am
Every second Sunday: 6.30 pm
Further details can be found on the church’s website: http://www.msec.org.uk
Twitter: https://twitter.com/MSEC_Callington (@MSEC_Callington)