The Young Pilgrims Service is a service for young people in response to G7 led by Bishop Hugh Nelson. Forming the first leg of the Young Christian Climate Network's relay pilgrimage from the G7 summit in Cornwall all the way to Glasgow to take part in the UN Climate Change Conference COP26, this service brings reflection on the opportunities for systemic change and prayer for the world to work together for climate justice. If you are interested in finding out more or taking part in a section of the Relay, please go to www.yccn.uk to get involved - everyone is welcome!
This service will be live-streamed on this page at 14:00 and the replay will be available to watch on this page after the service has finished. If you have any problems viewing the live-stream or replay, please visit the cathedral YouTube channel.
Tickets for the Young Pilgrims Service can be booked via the Young Christian Climate Network Eventbrite page.
From 17 May the rules regarding test and trace have changed. We must now ask every visitor to provide their name and contact details, not just a lead member of the group. The Eventbrite booking form has been updated to allow you to enter details for every member of your group. If you need any help with the new form, please call the office on 01872 276782.
Truro Cathedral is a self-funded organisation and relies on public donations to meet costs, especially after having been significantly financially affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. It is finding ways to continue to support its community through activities such live-streaming. Truro Cathedral welcomes regular or single donations from its supporters. If you would like to set up a regular or single donation, please either contact us via email@example.com or 01872 276782. You can also make regular donations by visiting the cathedral JustGiving page: www.justgiving.com/trurocathedral