Cornwall Faith Forum AGM – 20th October

The Cornwall Faith Forum AGM will be held on Monday, 20th October at 7.30 pm, with refreshments from 7.00 pm, at Epiphany House, Kenwyn, Truro  TR1 3DR.  We will cover election of ‘voting members’, updates of our education work and the Dor Kemmyn building project. All are welcome to attend. Following the AGM we will […]

Back from Sweden

  Kathy and i  have just come back from Sweden, far colder than in Cornwall with stunning birch-trees. The conference we were invited to focused on Inter-faith dialogue in practice and we were very warmly welcomed by the Diocese of Strangnas (the sister dioces of the Diocese of Truro) and well looked after. We heard […]

Inter-Faith Conference in Sweden

  A very exiting event is happening next week. Cornwall Faith Forum has been asked to contribute to an Inter-Faith Conference in Norrkoping in Sweden and Kathy and myself will be travelling to Sweden on Sunday 21th of September. It is a wonderful coincidence that Sunday is the World Day of Peace. The focus of […]

Next Primary School Event

  Summer holidays have almost come to an end and we are looking forward to the new term. Hope you have all enjoyed some of the sunshine. Our next primary school event is taking place on Tuesday 21th of October at Truro School. The day will be celebrating religious festivals and the theme is: a year […]

Visit to Truro School

Today, Tuesday 19th August 2014, Rosey and I visited Truro school to prepare for our primary school event which will be held on the 21st October 2014. We are thrilled with prospect of a new “celebration of faith diversity day” and we would like to send a big thank you to all our faith speakers […]

Lobster fisherman Andrew Stevens with chef Sanjay Kumar in Newlyn.

A BOY from Bengal who grew up weaned on fish has taken on a mission to help fishermen from Cornwall whose livelihoods were decimated by last winter’s storms.  Now 36, Sanjay Kumar is a boy no more, but the senior sous chef from Newquay’s Headland Hotel still has a boundless energy for all things fishy. […]