St Levan Church


We want to say “Thank You”

to all our friends and supporters in St Levan and beyond.





Dear Friends,


St. Levan Parish Church has been at the heart of the local community for many hundreds of years and, for residents and visitors alike, it has, for countless generations, been a place of peace, respite, refuge and spiritual regeneration.


Today the need for such a place is as great as ever and the messages from people across the globe written in our visitor’s book bear witness to this. The isolation of the building and the intimacy of its interior draws people time and again sometimes simply to sit and reflect or, at others, to attend our services.


Ours is a relaxed, informal approach which seeks, quietly, to listen and respond to people’s needs and to provide a welcome to all fellow travellers.


We offer:

  • Sunday Eucharist at 9.30 am every week, with hymns.
  • Thursday Eucharist at 10 am most weeks.
  • At festivals we offer a chance to celebrate together whether in a Good Friday Hours at the Cross or informal crib service as well as the hugely popular Carol Service. We have a strong musical tradition.
  • We are pleased to be the church where people wish to marry, be baptised and it is a real privilege to offer a caring environment for funeral services
  • We support local charities through collections in the congregation.
  • There are chances for people to learn more about faith through confirmation classes and lent groups.
  • In the Benefice we have Messy Church and a benefice Youth Group
  • Through our Fundraising we offer many opportunities to gather socially for enjoyable events and a chance to learn new things.




Plans for the future include:


  • To nurture a fresh expression of our faith and worship
  • To expand upon recent initiatives such as the Walkers’ Chapel,
  • To continue to support and encourage the Youth Group and Messy Church
  • To  continue to host functions for our community and beyond.



We have to raise circa £ 24k. each year to meet our regular outgoings and we are in the fortunate position of being able, currently, to do so. We manage to do this from collections, donations and fundraising and are extremely grateful for the generosity of those who support our church. If you want to know more about the church finances do get in contact with Church Wardens or Vanda the Rector or go to our website. Our Parochial Church Council is the group that manages the day to day life of the church. If you want to know more about them or their work do contact us.


We recognise that we are simply custodians for the time being of the church and managing the practical upkeep of it and the churchyard is a constant challenge. We always need more volunteers to help with our Spring and Autumn clean and tidy up, and of course more people to pray with and for us. If you would like to be more involved please contact Church Wardens John and Lynn or just come along to worship.


We look forward to welcoming you at our regular worship, or in the fundraising events or perhaps at our Feast celebration on October 18th at 10am.  Perhaps you will be encouraged to join us on our journey and to play a part in building a Church which serves the needs of future generations.


In the meantime join us on Facebook “Land’s End Churches”.


With best wishes from,


The Rector and Churchwardens of St. Levan Church



(Graveyard Clean 2014)



Luke 10 verses 27 and 28.

And he answered, "you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, and with all your soul, and with all your strength, and with all your mind; and your neighbour as yourself." And He said to him, "You have answered correctly; do this and you will live.”


Dates for the diary

4th October Special Service of Thanksgiving for our parish. Do come along.


18th October 10am Feast Service with guest preacher Rev’d Helen Poole

6pm Celtic Evening Prayer followed by Friends of St Levan AGM


20th December 6pm Carols and Lessons


24th December

9.30am Simple Crib followed by tree decorating at 10am

9pm Christmas Eve Communion


25th December

9.30am Christmas Day Family Eucharist.


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