St Senara’s Church
Zennor, St Ives, TR26 3BY

Welcome to the parish church of St Senara, Zennor, in the Anglican Diocese of Truro, Cornwall. The church is in the centre of Zennor village, 5 miles from St Ives on the B3306 towards Land’s End, one of the country’s most scenic drives. The church is open to visitors every day of the year from 9am to approximately 6pm, (a little earlier in winter). The circular graveyard is an Iron Age site overlying the Stone and Bronze Age boundaries of this ancient land.
Christianity came to Zennor when the Age of Saints followed the fall of the Roman Empire. Originally dedicated to St Senara, Zennor is one of the few places to begin with a Z. The Cornish language hardened in the 16th century and the S changed to Z. The first window in the chancel shows her holding the church.

Friday September 20 (7pm) AN EVENING OF JAZZ AND POPULAR CLASSICS WITH THE FOUR TUNES SAXOPHONE QUARTET

After a wonderful evening of music in April, St Senara’s Church, Zennor, is delighted to welcome The Four Tunes Saxophone Quartet back for a concert as part of the St Ives September Festival.
Known for their interpretations of a very varied repertoire, this promises to be a magical evening.
£8 with refreshments included during the interval. Proceeds of the evening will go to Church funds and the Seal Hospital. Tickets on the door