The youth group is part of the church at St Veep. This is an introduction to the church. Please note when searching for the church you might be directed to the Benefice’s address. The post code for the church at St Veep is PL22 0PA.
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The Parish of St Veep is very rural. Most of the parish is farm land. The western boundary is the River Lerryn. St Veep’s beautiful church stands on a hill, close to the lovely hamlet of Penpol. The Southern half of the Village of Lerryn is in the Parish, although the church is situated in a beautiful and fairly isolated position south of Lerryn.
Our Church is open throughout the year to visitors.
St Veep Church is part of a group of six parishes around Lostwithiel. These churches work together for the Gospel in the area, and complement each other in times and styles of worship.
For any details, especially regarding the sacraments of Baptism and Marriage please make initial contact through the church office.
The Benefice of Lostwithiel Parishes administration office is in the Vestry of St Bartholomew’s Church and is open between 9:00am and 11:00am on Mondays to Fridays, Tel. 01208 872232. Entrance to the Vestry is via the North Street gate.
We have 3 services, on the first Sunday of the month, we celebrate with a quiet contemplative service from the Book of Common Prayer. On the third Sunday we have a family and Eucharist service and on the fourth Sunday we have Tea, Toast and Tales, an informal worship service.
We do hope you enjoy your stay in the area and are able to join us for worship.
St. Veep (Cornish: Sen Vip) is a civil parish in Cornwall, England, United Kingdom, situated above the east bank of the River Fowey about three miles (5 km) south-east of Lostwithiel. It is bordered by the parishes of St Winnow to the north-west, Boconnoc to the north, Lanreath to the east Lansallos to the south-east and Lanteglos to the south. The River Fowey forms its western boundary. The parish is named after Saint Veep of whom little is known (not even whether the saint was male or female).
Part of the village of Lerryn is in St Veep parish. The hamlets of Cliff (50.369°N 4.634°W), Higher Penpol (50.360°N 4.616°W), Middle Penpol and Lower Penpol (50.360°N 4.607°W) are all within the parish.