The Degibna Prayer Chapel web pages


Name: Anne Moyle

Posted: 20:05 Tue 24 Mar 2015


The Prayer Garden is absolutely stunning with all the Spring flowers. A  garden  of Peace and Beauty.
A very special place and well worth a visit.
Who would have believed that a piece of waste ground could be transformed into such a wonderful space. All credit  and thanks to David and Elaine and  the gardening  team who created it and care for it. Just like our lives when we meet up with Jesus transforming and keeping us in his wonderful love and care.
every blessing to all who visit the beautiful Loe Pool. the Prayer Garden, the Chapel and who live and work in Degibna.
Anne Moyle

Name: John Bilkey

Posted:16:30 Thu 31st July 2014


Our web pages have moved once again. Now they are safely enfolded within the pages of the Circuit website. Degibna's pages are accessed from the menu list on the left. To access the Circuit pages please click on the top menu bar. Note - at the time of writing the Circuit pages are still under construction. As always, if there are any problems or comments please let us know.

May God bless you.


Name: Rev Geoffrey Thorpe
Posted:06:23 Fri 1st November 2013
I am increasingly excited by my involvement with this Prayer Chapel. I believe it has a great future in serving all who share the Christian faith, and those of no professed faith. Thank you to John for setting up this web-site. It is great that we need to up-date this site, because so much has happened by way of development of the facilities, especially the Prayer Garden, and the increasing number of groups making bookings to use it. "Do not remember the former things, or consider the things of old. I am about to do a new thing; now it springs forth, do you not perceive it." (Isaiah 43 vs 18-19 NRSV)
Name: Wesley Rock Methodist Church, Heamoor, Penzance
Posted:13:38 Mon 16th July 2012
We had a lovely afternoon at the Prayer Chapel. Thank you for the warm welcome, the good facilities, the beautiful location and the opportunity to relax and worship together.
Name: Rosemary Porter
Posted:15:14 Fri 20th January 2012
Thank you for sharing your news and its encouraging that the church is open regularly for prayer. God bless you in your work for Him Kind regards Rosemary
Name: John Bilkey
Posted:16:51 Mon 9th May 2011
Welcome to the Degibna Prayer Chapel guestbook. We would be pleased to receive your comments about our vision, our programme or our website.