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Serving our neighbourhood

Here you will find details and contacts for a number of currently active ministries served by GCC members.  Some have originated in this church, others have a national activity which are supported through a local group.  If you would like to know more, please contact the person listed alongside, or if in doubt, contact Grace Office.

Bed pushers

The bed pushers team

The bed pushers team

We are one of 7 teams of volunteers, mostly from Plymouth churches, serving Derriford Hospital (1400 beds!) each weekend.  Our purpose is to support the work of the hospital Chaplains and enable patients to get to the services in the chapel.  We have had the privilege of seeing God use us in praying for people and supporting them at what are often very difficult times.


Collecting for Foodbank

Collecting for Foodbank

Local people donate non-perishable and long-life food to our Foodbank in Liskeard, where it is collated and made up into food boxes that will support one person for 3 days. We are a local collection point. The Foodbank gives the boxes of food to clients referred to us by local care professionals, like the Social Services, when they encounter individuals and families with no immediate source of money to feed themselves or their children.

Email us or tel: 07512 011452


Gideons International


Grace Gideons

The Gideons International exists with the aim of winning men, women and young people for the Lord Jesus Christ by three methods – the association of Christian business and professional ment and their wives for service, personal testimony and personal work by all members, and placing and presenting Bibles and Testaments in the main streams of life.
Beginning in 1903 in Wisconsin, USA, it is now active in 194 countries worldwide through a network of small local groups known as branches formed from Gideon Members, supported in prayer by Gideon Friends. Our own local group is the South-east Cornwall branch, comprising 15 members and about 110 friends. Together, we aim to offer testaments to all year 7 pupils throughout the district, and make bibles available to every hotel, B & B, hospital, college, surgery, etc. For more information, contact Eric Cowan

Torch Trust

Torch Trust in action

Torch Trust in action

Torch Trust is a ‘non-denominational’ organisation, producing Christian literature in accessible media for visually impaired people. Over 120 Fellowship Groups meet regularly in the UK bringing together blind, partially-sighted sighted and sighted people, with many more meeting abroad.

Email: Trudi Price

Website: www.torchtrust.org


The elderly residents of Tregertha Home in Looe receive a small group of Grace folk once a month on a Sunday afternoon.  They lead a short time of worship and prayer.  For more information contact Carole Mentis via Grace Office.