Hellesveor (St Ives)

Hellesveor Methodist Church


Services continue every Sunday at 10:45 am, following Covid-19 guidelines.

When you enter through the main entrance you will be guided through a one-way system.

Please ensure that you follow current guidelines by wearing a mask and using the hand sanitiser at the entrance.

We have set-up the seating to comply with Covid-19 guidelines.


During the Coronavirus pandemic we are following Government guidelines, along with advice from the Methodist Church.

Please contact the Minister to discuss any arrangements.

With the current restrictions on movement in place it may not be possible for everyone to attend a funeral. We offer this short act of worship to help you say your formal goodbyes while remaining in your home.

At-home service if you can’t get to a funeral 
LARGE PRINT VERSION At-home service if you can’t get to a funeral

About Hellesveor Methodist Chapel

We are a Bible believing Congregation, holding to Scriptural holiness and Evangelical preaching.

Hellesveor Methodist Chapel is very much a country chapel situated just outside the town of St Ives. The chapel benefits from having quite a large car park, a Sunday school room and disabled access.

The chapel was originally situated in the hamlet of Trezelah and was moved and rebuilt in its current location. The original chapel on the site then became its Sunday school room.

Hellesveor was made famous in Cornwall when its blind organist penned the Cornish Carol ‘Hellesveor’, which Cornish carol choirs sing.

Our congregation is small but extremely warm and welcoming. We are well known for our ‘Faith Teas’ which follow our harvest concert and Easter services.

The premises are used by a local patchwork group which meets on Monday evenings and St Ives Male Voice Choir rehearses at the Chapel on Thursday evenings.

Our Minister is Rev Edwin Myers

How to Find Us

The church building is in Halsetown Road, Consols, St Ives, TR26 2HN

Parking is available on the premises

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