Veryan Parish Church Welcomes you!
We are a small and welcoming Church of England parish church on Cornwall's Roseland peninsula. Together with our two sister churches of Portloe and Ruan Lanihorne, we form part of the Diocese of Truro and the wider global Anglican Communion of churches. We are privileged to worship in a beautiful parish church in one of Cornwall's most scenic villages.
Veryan Parish Church seeks to proclaim Biblical truth in the beauty of Anglican liturgy and music. We have been at the heart of Veryan since Norman times and enjoy a very close relationship with Veryan Church of England Primary School.
Why not join us on Sunday mornings to find out more?
4th Sunday of the month only. This is a quiet and reflective holy communion service according to the traditional Anglican Book of Common Prayer of 1662. There is no music and the service lasts about 35 minutes.
Join us for an hour of worship, teaching, singing, prayer and fellowship. Holy communion services follow the contemporary language Common Worship liturgy. On the fourth Sunday of the month, our worship follows Morning Prayer “Mattins” with sermon from the Book of Common Prayer 1662.
“The kingdom we are given is unshakable; let us therefore give thanks to God, and so worship him as he would be worshipped, with reverence and awe; for our God is a devouring fire.”
Hebrews 12:28-29 (NEB)
Posts and information from our priest-in-charge the Rev'd Philip Greenhalgh.
Small groups are an excellent way to learn about God’s Word, experience fellowship, develop friendships and to encourage one another as we deepen our relationships with Christ. We are keen to start a home group in the near future. Please e-mail Marc (firstname.lastname@example.org) to find out more.
“For all the ancient scriptures were written for our own instruction, in order that through the encouragement they give us we may maintain our hope with fortitude.” Romans 15:4 (NEB)
Please contact Philip Greenhalgh, 01872 501950, for details on infant or adult baptism.
Funerals services are very important rites marking the close of a human life on earth. They are an opportunity for family and friends to express their grief and to hear about the promise of eternal life through Jesus Christ. Our graveyard leaflet contains practical information you may find helpful.
“Do you not know that all of us who have been baptized into Christ Jesus were baptized into his death? We were buried therefore with him by baptism into death, in order that, just as Christ was raised from the dead by the glory of the Father, we too might walk in newness of life.” Romans 6:3-4 (ESV)
Are you looking for a wedding venue in scenic surroundings close to the sea? We would be delighted to host your wedding ceremony. You might wish to review our weddings leaflet which contains practical information about marriage at Veryan Parish Church. Philip Greenhalgh (01872 501 950) is more than happy to discuss preparations and the planning of the ceremony with you.
You can contact us by telephone, e-mail, or our contact form. If you would like to arrange a meeting with our minister, we require an appointment be made first.
Church location: Veryan Parish Church, Veryan, TR2 5QB, UK.
Rev’d Philip Greenhalgh MA 01872 501 950
Mr David Elliot (01872 501 230)
Mr Marc Schuler email@example.com or 01872 626 325
Mrs Sarah Rundle (01872 500 950)
Mr Roger Kirkpatrick