Veryan Parish Church Welcomes you!
We are a small and welcoming Church of England parish church on Cornwall's Roseland peninsula. We enjoy a close relationship with the churches of Portloe and Ruan Lanihorne and together form part of the Diocese of Truro. We are privileged to worship in a beautiful parish church in one of Cornwall's most scenic villages. Of particular local interest are the famous roundhouses and the "Hera" grave.
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 one Sunday to find out more?
Join us for an hour of worship, singing, prayer and fellowship. Holy communion services follow the Common Worship liturgy. On the fourth Sunday of the month, our worship follows Morning Prayer Matins from the Book of Common Prayer 1662.
Sunday 5th September 11 am - Eucharist
Sunday 12th September 11 am - Eucharist
Sunday 19th September 11 am - Eucharist
Sunday 26th September 11 am - Service of the Word
Baptism into the church is the foundation of Christian life and is offered to everyone living in the parish who wants their child to be part of the church family. Baptism can also be offered to people of any age; usually adult baptism is followed by confirmation.
The ceremony can take place as part of a regular church service or as a separate event.
You may be married in your local parish church or in any church where you have a family or a personal connection.[see www.cofe.anglican.org/lifeevents/weddings for information and guidance.] Veryan has a helpful leaflet with information about the various options to make your church wedding a special occasion.
If you have had a civil wedding you may wish to have a blessing in church.
BURIAL & FUNERAL SERVICE
Burial in the parish churchyard is available for anyone who has lived in, or who has close family connections with, the parish, and is usually preceded by a funeral service in the church. You may also have a funeral or memorial service in the church if your loved one is to be, or has been, cremated, and the ashes may be buried in the churchyard. Your chosen undertaker will contact the parish and make the necessary arrangements for you. There are helpful guidelines relating to memorials [see ‘churchyard’ leaflet and the Truro diocesan website www.trurodiocese.org.uk/resources/parishresources/churchyardregulations ]
Charges for these services vary from year to year
You can contact us by telephone, e-mail, or our contact form. If you would like to arrange a meeting with a priest.
Church location: Veryan Parish Church, Green Lane, Veryan, TR2 5QB, UK.
Position Vacant. Contact Rural Dean, Marc Baker at St Kea Church.
Mr David Elliott (01872 501 230)
Mrs Sarah Rundle (01872 500 950) email@example.com
Mrs Carol Hughes firstname.lastname@example.org
Ensuring the safety of children, young people and adults involved in church activities is the responsibility of everyone who participates in the life of Veryan Parish Church. Our commitment to safeguarding is reflected in our endorsement of the Church of England's Promoting a Safe Church policy. Further safeguarding information is available from the Diocese of Truro's Safeguarding Team. If you have any concerns about safeguarding please contact:
In the Parish: David Hughes - Parish Safeguarding Co-ordinator: 01872 501855
In the Diocese: Sarah Acraman - Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser: 01872 274351
Out of Hours for after 5pm and weekends: 01208 251300
In emergency situations:
Cornwall Council Children’s Social Care: 0300 123 1116
Cornwall Council Adult’s Social Care: 0300 123 4131