We are a church family of all ages and backgrounds based in Illogan, Cornwall – this could be the place for you. Our aim is always to bring out the best in each other, to point the way to Jesus, and to love people in the process. Grapevine wants to be known as inclusive, welcoming all without discrimination. Why not drop in, make some new friends, and join us on an exciting faith building journey? You will be guaranteed a warm and friendly reception. Use the map to find us or get in touch by using the Contact Us button at the top of the page.
Grapevine is now hosting an Online Alpha Course every Tuesday from 7.30pm to 9.00. Alpha is a series of sessions over 11 weeks exploring the Christian faith. Each week there is a video which looks at a different question around faith designed to promote discussion. So if you would like to know more about faith or just have some questions on life, why not sign up for our next course? Sessions will be informal and sensitive to the needs of those attending. You will be doing it on Zoom from the comfort of your own house. Or, if you want to know more about Alpha, why not have a look at their website? Try Alpha
Great news! Our worship services are now on at the church, subject to the latest government guidance. Looking forward to seeing you there. We continue to livestream services every Sunday at 10.30am on our Grapevine Community Church Facebook Page. Please do come and join us. Our Friday coffee mornings are hosted on Zoom through the Grapevine News page at 11.00am. (This is a closed group so please get in touch if you would like to join in.)
For more details or updates why not follow us on our Grapevine Community Church Facebook page or this website, or contact us by email and telephone for more information on what’s on each week. We are still here online as well if you would like to keep in touch. For our latest news please go to our Grapevine Community Church Facebook page. Thanks.
Grapevine has a small hardship fund to help local people facing financial hardship or personal difficulties which can be helped by a little financial support. To make an application, just send us an e mail marked ‘Hardship Fund’ to firstname.lastname@example.org with a short explanation of your reasons for the application.
Our main worship service is on a Sunday morning at 10.30am. It’s informal, sensitive, family friendly and starts as soon as we enter the building. We like taking our time to meet, greet, chat and welcome so start times can a bit flexible! The kids stay with us for the first part of the service and then join our Sunday Clubs before the teaching talk starts. Free refreshments are available for everyone after the service.
We always aim to include teaching which is passionately delivered, practical and relevant. This is followed up in our mid-week discussion groups where we can truly get to know one another and make lasting friendships.
There’s a lot going on at Grapevine so visit our What’s On page to find out about our weekly groups, activities and special events.
It can be challenging coming into an unfamiliar place for the first time and meeting new people, but we are here to help. You will be guaranteed a warm welcome and encouraged to ask as many questions as you like. Come in and make yourself at home, take your time, it’s all very informal and friendly.
If you want a visit or a chat just let us know. All things start with that first step.
We have welcome cards at Grapevine where you can leave your details so that we can keep in touch and let you know what’s going on in the church. Alternatively you can leave us your details by using the online contact form.
There is great satisfaction in being part of something bigger than ourselves and it all begins when we join in. Come along and experience the way this church works. Take your time and relax, let Jesus speak to you. Make some friends, then when you are ready take the step and get involved. It could be one of the best things you do.
As personal faith grows, we encourage everyone to do something for others as part of the church, serving the community and sharing the gospel message in action. No act of servanthood is considered too small. There is true satisfaction in putting others before ourselves.