Church of England
Many of the parishes in West Penwith have saints with strange names as many of them date from the 6th and 7th centuries when Celtic missionaries used Cornwall as a staging post on their journies between Brittany and Ireland. The sites of the churches are old with many rebuilt on the same sites in Norman and Tudor times and later much altered by the Victorians.

St Anta, Carbis Bay
All Saints, Marazion
Gulval Parish Church
Gwithian Parish Church
Halsetown Parish Church
St Elwyn, Hayle
Lelant Parish Church
St Paul, Ludgvan
Madron Parish Church
Morvah Parish Church
St Peter's, Newlyn
St Pol de Leon, Paul
St John's, Pendeen
St Piala, Phillack
St Buryan parish Church
St Erth Parish Church
St Hilary
St Ia, St Ives
St Just Parish Church
St Levan Parish Church
St Mary's, Penzance
St Paul's, Penzance
St John's, Penzance
St Michael's Mount
Sancreed Church
Sennen Church
Towednack Church
Zennor Parish Church

Penzance Baptist Church

Roman Catholic
The Immaculate Conception of Our Lady, Penzance
St Joseph's, Hayle
Sacred Heart & St Ia, St Ives

Charles and John Wesley visited Penwith in 1743 and found the area populated by "godless and unruly" tinners ripe for religious revival. At one meeting in St Just over 2000 attended. Methodism took a strong hold in Penwith but declined over the past century.

Gulval Methodist Chapel
Marazion Methodist Chapel
Wesley Methodist Chapel, St Ives
Penzance Methodist Chapel
Hayle Methodist Chapel
St Just Methodist Chapel

Meeting House, Marazion
Old Paul's School, Penzance

Nearest synagogues are Falmouth and Plymouth

Salvation Army
General Booth visited Penzance in 1890
Salvation Army Hall, Hayle
Salvation Army Hall, St Ives
Salvation Army Hall, Penzance

Christian Spiritualist Church, Penzance

Crosses Religion

St. Gulval