Join us for our service of Nine Lessons and Carols on the 17th December at 6 p.m. We will be singing nine well known Christmas carols. Some will be accompanied by the keyboard or guitar. After the service, stop for a while, have a chat, mince pie, coffee or a glass of mulled wine.
Please note that there will not be a service of Matins on this day.
We will be decorating the church on Saturday 16th from 10 a.m.
Donations of flowers and greenery, and help, will be much appreciated.
Monday 4th Soup Lunch Portloe 12.30 pm
Saturday 9th School PFA fair,
parish hall 2 pm followed by Switching on of Veryanâ€™s lights
at 5 pm
Sunday 10th CAROL SERVICE,
Veryan parish church 6 pm
Wednesday 13th Old Cornwall Society, 7.30 pm
Thursday 14th Veryan Parish Hall Christmas Party 2.30 pm
Friday 15th collective worship, parish church 9.10 am
Friday 15th Mediaeval Christmas concert, Veryan parish
church, 7.30 pm
Sunday 17th RUAN CAROL SERVICE 6 pm
Wednesday 20th Portloe CELEBRATION OF
Sunday 24th Midnight Mass,
Veryan parish church 11.30 pm
& Midnight Worship at
Portloe, 11.30 pm
Wednesday 1st November 7 p.m.
Parish Council Meeting in the Reading Room
Saturday 18th November 10.30 a.m.
Please come along to our COFFEE MORNING and meet our new priest Philip.
We will be serving free tea, coffee and biscuits in the Reading Room from 10.30 a.m.
Thursday 2nd Jacket Potato and Puds Lunch Veryan Parish Hall 12 to 2.00 p.m.
Saturday 4th Old Cornwall Society Winter Festival – Redruth
Monday 6th Soup lunch Portloe church 12.30 pm
Tuesday 7th Veryan WI Veryan Parish Hall 7.30 pm
Wednesday 8th Old Cornwall Society Gerrans Memorial Parish Hall
Friday 10th Silent Auction Veryan Parish Hall
Wednesday 22nd to Saturday 25th Blue Remembered Hills Veryan Parish Hall
Sunday 1st Veryan Harvest festival
Eucharist 11 am
INSTALLATION OF NEW PRIEST,
Veryan church 7.30 pm all welcome
Veryan Women’s Institute,
Parish Hall 7.30 pm
Sunday 8th PORTLOE HARVEST
FESTIVAL 10.30 am
Monday 9th Portloe Harvest Supper 7pm
Old Cornwall Society, Gerrans
memorial hall, 7.30 pm
Veryan PCC meeting, Parish Hall, 7.30pm
Saturday 14th Harvest Supper
Veryan Parish Hall 7 pm
23-27 October school half term
Recital, classical music, Veryan church, 7.30 pm
Saturday 28th Summertime ends: clocks go back
Sung evensong for All Souls, Gerrans
church, 6 pm
In this month we will be remembering Private Edwin Little, service number 202147 of the 6th Battalion Royal Berkshire Regiment, who was killed in action on the 12th October 1917, at the age of 21. At the time of his death his battalion was attached to the 53rd Brigade, 18th (Eastern) Division, who were involved in the Battle of Passchendaele. He has no headstone but is named on the Tyne Cot Memorial, Belgium and is on the War Memorial in Ruan Church. He received the Victory and British Medals.
Edwin was the only son of Richard Edwin & Eliza Ann Little of Tresemple, St Clement, Truro. The Little family for over 20 years lived at Ruan High Lanes. In 1911 Edwin was a boarder at Truro Wesleyan College.
Licensing Service 2nd October 2017 7.30 p.m.
Please come along to the licensing service of Reverend Philip Greenhalgh to the benefice of Veryan (with Portloe) and Ruan Lanihorne. This is a great opportunity to meet your new priest. His first service at Ruan will be Matins on the 15th October.
Monday 2nd October 7.30 p.m.
The licensing service for the new priest will be taking place at Veryan. Everyone is welcome. Parking is in the school playground.
Wednesday 4th October 7 p.m.
Parish Council Meeting in the Reading Room.
Friday 13th October 7.30 p.m.
Memories of the Coliseum.
Ruan Social Group are holding an evening remembering St Austell Coliseum. Barry Honeyman, a stage manager at the Coliseum, will be recalling his fascinating memories including all the backstage gossip.
Entrance is free but donations are welcome.
The church was beautifully decorated for the Harvest Festival with flowers, fruit and vegetables.
The service taken by the Reverend Ken Boullier was started off with the well known hymn “We plough the fields and scatter.” The sermon referred to the plight of refugees and asked the congregation what they would most miss if they had to leave their homes in a hurry. This was very thought provoking.
After the service many people stayed for refreshments and a chat. A lovely evening was had by all.
Please come and join us for our Harvest Festival which will be taken by Rev. Ken Boullier.
We will be decorating the church at 10 am on the 23rd and any help would be appreciated.