Category: News

  • 2024 News

    APRIL MAIN PATH In March we received the faculty to pave the main path to the church with Yorkstone. The contractors will be arriving in May to start the work. FEBRUARY REVEREND CANON MICHAEL GEACH 1926 – 2024 Revd Canon Michael Geach died on 16 February 2024 at the age of 97. Michael served his…

  • 2023 News

    January Oversight Minister Appointed The Bishop of Truro, the Rt Revd Philip Mounstephen is pleased to announce that the Revd Douglas Peter Wren, at present Rector in the Speldhurst with Groombridge and Ashurst Benefice in the Diocese of Rochester, is to be Oversight Minister for the Roseland Powder Deanery in the Diocese of Truro. He…

  • 2022 News

    January Facing the future – the Church of England and you. The churches on the Roseland will be going through a process of change in the next few months partly to meet the needs of the modern world but also to recognise that there are huge financial constraints and few clergy available to continue as…

  • 2021 News

    March It is with sadness that this morning we learnt that Joy Evans, a previous long standing Churchwarden died in hospital. RIP Joy September At our last meeting of the PCC in May, it was agreed to buy two hardwood benches for the churchyard. A three seater Lytham bench has been put on the gravel…

  • 2020 News

    March CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) GUIDANCE FOR PARISH LEADERS 4th March 2020 Pastoral statement by the Rt Revd Philip Mounstephen, Bishop of Truro  17.3.2020 My friends, I’m sharing this message today not just with the clergy and people of the Diocese of Truro, but with everyone here in Cornwall at what is a very challenging time for us all.  You’ll be aware of…

  • 2019 News

    May We will be holding a coffee morning on the 11th May at 10.30 am in the Reading Room. Please come along for a chat, cup of tea and some biscuits.  There will also be a cake stall and a raffle. October It is with great sadness that we must say farewell to Reverend Philip…

  • 2018 News

    April The Vestry Meeting and Annual Parochial Church Meetingwill be held on 3 April 2018 at 7.30 pm in the church vestry. Contributions from parishes towards Diocesan costs wasdiscussed at a recent Deanery meeting. The Diocese of Truro,like all other Anglican Dioceses, provides certain services for itsparishes [these include legal and financial support and advice,training…

  • 2017 News

    February Benefice UpdateThe vicarage has been sold and an offer made by the Diocese on a bungalow which, although it will need some modifications tomake it suitable for a clergy house, will provide the accommodation essential for a ‘house-for-duty’ priest.This progress means that the post can now be advertised – on the national and Diocesan…

  • 2016 News

    January On Friday 4 December churchwardens and members of PCCs of Ruanlanihorne and Veryan churches and Portloe Policy Committee met Bishop Tim at Portloe church for an informal discussion on the future of our respective churches when Father Doug retires in late 2016. When asked if we would be having an interregnum, the Bishop said…