The Church of England, the Diocese of TRURO in Cornwall UK:




The Tower

The North Aisle

The Choir and Nave

The Lady Chapel

The Churchyard



WELCOME! We hope your virtual visit will be interesting and stimulating. Our church bears the name of Saint Ia who overcame great difficulties to bring the good news of God's love here. If you are able to visit St.Ives in person we would like to welcome you to our services, the principal of which on Sundays are,

0800 Holy Communion ( said, in traditional language)

0945 Parish Mass ( Holy Communion, sung, in modern language)

1800 Evensong (from the Book of Common Prayer)

Most weekdays, Morning Prayers are said in the Lady Chapel at 0800


The pages of our internet site are copyright, based on historian Helen Jenkins' descriptive leaflet which is freely available in the church. Helen is also the author of a full-colour booklet, "A History of St.Ives Parish Church" 4.99 plus postage. Please e-mail the webmaster if you wish to purchase a copy of the book. Copyright of all the photographs (many of which appear in Helen's book) is also acknowledged and reserved.

This page updated in October 2000