The villagers of the north Cornish fishing harbour of Boscastle struggle to return to normality after the devastating floods of 2004. Meanwhile, Bishop Bill is perturbed by rumours that the Rev Christine Musser is thinking of quitting the parish.
The Rev Chris Musser receives an invitation to visit the tsunami-hit coastline of Thailand, but her boss Bishop Bill is reluctant to let her go. Meanwhile, love is in the air for two young curates about to be ordained in Cornwall.
The villagers of Boscastle organise a weekend of special events to help improve tourism after the devastating floods of 2004. The Truro Cathedral choir have a host of problems ahead, and on the cricket pitch Bishop Bill's fiendish spin-bowling wins the day.
Truro Cathedral Choir launch a fund-raiser in a bid to save their group, and one of Christine's friends gets into trouble with the law. Meanwhile, Alan from the village hotel steps in to prevent Boscastle's tourist bid from ending in disaster.
Bishop Bill goes to the House of Lords to take up the plight of the Isles of Scilly and its threatened school. The Rev Pat Robson worries about the future of her adopted Romanian daughter Ana, while in Boscastle, Alan has his work cut out training for the new gig-racing team.
Bishop Bill travels to the Isles of Scilly - the location of his most remote parish - to assess the plight of the islands' school. Alan and Carlotta have high hopes for their hotel as the new season approaches, and Ana receives a piece of good news.