There's an awful lot of historical water under St Ives bridge and chapel.
The current building, overlooking the market square, is a Victorian Gothic church built 1864. It was thoroughly modernised in 1980 to provide a church building that not only stands at the heart of the local community, but also serves the community.
As you enter our church, you will see our chapel to the left of the entrance. Past the chapel you enter the foyer. The wall in front of you houses a display about the church and its history. You may like to look around our FairTrade shop or visit our cafe ‘Tookeys’ for a drink or snack.
On the wall at the back of the Centrum, where our services are held, is a display board with pictures from when the church was redesigned in the 1980’s. The church organ and additional seating are accessed via twin spiral staircases. Back out on the first floor landing are two attractive and colourful stained glass windows.
There is a visitor’s book which we would be delighted if you’d like to add to.