Diocese of Truro

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Diocese of Truro
Diocese of Truro arms.svg
Location
Ecclesiastical province Canterbury
Archdeaconries Bodmin, Cornwall
Coordinates 50°14′24″N 5°01′05″W / 50.240°N 5.018°W / 50.240; -5.018Coordinates: 50°14′24″N 5°01′05″W / 50.240°N 5.018°W / 50.240; -5.018
Statistics
Parishes 225
Churches 313
Information
Cathedral Truro Cathedral
Current leadership
Bishop vacant
Bishop-designate: Philip Mounstephen[1]
Acting bishop: the Bishop of St Germans
Suffragan Chris Goldsmith, Bishop of St Germans
Archdeacons Audrey Elkington, Archdeacon of Bodmin and Acting Archdeacon of Cornwall
Website
www.truro.anglican.org
Truro Cathedral from St Mary's Street

The Diocese of Truro is a Church of England diocese in the Province of Canterbury which covers Cornwall, the Isles of Scilly and a small part of Devon.

Geography and history

The diocese's area is that of the county of Cornwall, including the Isles of Scilly, as well as two parishes in neighbouring Devon (St Giles on the Heath and Virginstow). It was formed on 15 December 1876 from the Archdeaconry of Cornwall in the Diocese of Exeter. It is, therefore, one of the younger dioceses.[2] The Christian faith, however, has been present in the region since at least the 4th century – more than 100 years before there was an Archbishop of Canterbury. Many of the communities in the diocese, as well as the parish churches, bear a Celtic saint's name, which is a reminder of the links with other Celtic lands, especially Ireland, Wales and Brittany.

The Diocese of Truro is involved directly and indirectly through its Board of Social Responsibility and in the life of its parishes in tackling some of the economic problems that Cornwall is wrestling with and works closely with statutory and voluntary agencies. There are 313 church buildings.

Bishops

The diocesan See is vacant; in August 2018, Philip Mounstephen was announced as the 16th bishop of Truro.[3] Chris Goldsmith, the suffragan Bishop of St Germans (which see was created in 1905) is acting diocesan bishop of Truro. At some periods there have also been assistant bishops, including John Wellington (formerly Bishop of Shantung) and Bill Lash, both retired from Sees abroad.[4] The provincial episcopal visitor for parishes in the diocese, among twelve other dioceses in the western part of the Province of Canterbury, which do not accept the ministry of women priests, is Jonathan Goodall, the suffragan Bishop of Ebbsfleet. He is licensed as an honorary assistant bishop of the diocese in order to facilitate his ministry.

The most recent suffragan Bishop of Plymouth in the neighbouring Diocese of Exeter, John Ford, was also licensed as an honorary assistant bishop in Truro diocese.[5] A former Bishop of St Germans, Roy Screech, lives in St Austell.[6]

Archdeaconries and deaneries

Diocese Archdeaconries Rural Deaneries Paid clergy Churches Population People/clergy People/church Churches/clergy
Diocese of Truro Archdeaconry of Bodmin

(est. 1878)[7]

Deanery of Stratton 2 23 21,120 10,560 918 11.5
Deanery of Trigg Major 5 23 19,932 3,986 867 4.6
Deanery of Trigg Minor & Bodmin 9 34 43,004 4,778 1,265 3.78
Deanery of East Wivelshire 5 32 51,370 10,274 1,605 6.4
Deanery of West Wivelshire 5 23 32,799 6,560 1,426 4.6
Archdeaconry of Cornwall Deanery of Carnmarth North 7.25 20 65,196 8,993 3,260 2.76
Deanery of Carnmarth South 9 13 38,709 4,301 2,978 1.44
Deanery of Kerrier 5 23 32,104 6,421 1,396 4.6
Deanery of Penwith 12 29 64,555 5,380 2,226 2.42
Deanery of Powder 17.16 39 51,736 3,015 1,327 2.27
Deanery of Pydar 6.59 21 48,867 7,415 2,327 3.19
Deanery of St Austell 8 25 65,880 8,235 2,635 3.13
Total/average 91 305 535,272 5,882 1,755 3.35

Rural deaneries

The names of the older deaneries (before 1875) are based on those of the ancient Hundreds of Cornwall though the boundaries do not always correspond. East and West (Wivelshire) must have originally had a Cornish name but it is not recorded (Wivel may be from an Anglo-Saxon personal name 'Wifel').[8]

The deaneries created in 1875 in the episcopate of Frederick Temple were Bodmin, Stratton, St Austell and Carnmarth. These remained unchanged until Carnmarth was divided; later still in the 1980s some alterations of boundaries occurred. The need for smaller deaneries was caused by the economic growth of Victorian Cornwall, mainly in tin and copper mining, which increased the population and by a greater effort by the church to encourage church membership.[9]

Coat of arms

Coat of arms of the Diocese of Truro

The arms of the diocese include a saltire gules on which are a crossed sword and key: below this is a fleur de lys sable, all surrounded by a border sable charged with 15 bezants. The saltire is the cross of St Patrick, taken to be the emblem of the Celtic church; the sword and key are emblems of Ss Peter and Paul, the patrons of Exeter Cathedral, and the fleur de lys represents St Mary, patron of the cathedral. The border is derived from the arms of the Duchy of Cornwall.[10] They were designed by the College of Heralds in 1877 and are blazoned thus:

"Argent, on a saltire gules, a key, ward upward, in bend, surmounted by a sword, hilt upward, in bend sinister, both or. In base, a fleur de lys sable. The whole within a bordure sable, fifteen bezants. Ensigned with a mitre."[11]

Future

In 2003 a campaign group was formed called Fry an Spyrys ("Free the Spirit" in Cornish) which is dedicated to disestablishing the Church of England in Cornwall and to reconstituting the Diocese of Truro as an autonomous province of the Anglican Communion. Its most vociferous member is the founder, the Revd Andy Phillips, who also writes under the pen-name "An Bucca". Its chairman is Garry Tregidga of the Institute of Cornish Studies. Phillips states there has been constant speculation that the diocese might be merged back into the Diocese of Exeter for budgetary reasons.[citation needed]

The possibility of a merger was aired unofficially in March 2003, during debate surrounding the formulation of the Dioceses, Pastoral and Mission Measure, which would allow diocesan commissions to make proposals for the reorganisation of dioceses, including their dissolution. However, such a merger has yet to be proposed by any official body within the Church of England. When the possibility was raised by Fry an Spyrys in 2004 it was denied by a Church of England spokesman and also by representatives of the Truro and Exeter dioceses[12] Since then the Diocese of Truro has shown some financial and administrative resilience. Diocesan reorganisation and the People of God campaign rallied human resources and led (by 2007) to a tight but stable financial situation. More recently Lord Lloyd of Berwick, who chairs Parliament's Ecclesiastical Committee, reported to the House of Lords that there are no plans to abolish the Diocese of Truro and to merge it with the Diocese of Exeter.[13]

Jeremy Dowling Review

A 2018 case review commissioned by the diocese reported that four bishops, Maurice Key, Peter Mumford, Michael Ball[14] and Richard Llewellin, had failed to respond to disclosures of abuse by a leading diocesan figure. The diocese had failed to investigate the accusations against Jeremy Dowling, a lay preacher and Synod member, who rose to influential positions including communications officer to the bishop. Dowling was jailed in 2015 for seven years, and again in 2016 for a further eight years, for a series of indecent assaults on boys while teaching at a Cornwall school during the 1960s and 70s. Professor Kim Stevenson, a criminal justice expert said the report made “sadly familiar reading” and she contrasted the situation in Britain with that in Australia where those who concealed or did not act on evidence of a sexual offence faced prosecution.[15][16][17][18]

List of churches in the diocese

Grade I: buildings of exceptional interest. Grade II*: particularly important buildings of more than special interest. Grade II: buildings that are of special interest, warranting every effort to preserve them.

Last fully updated 26 September 2018.

Deanery of Stratton [1]

Benefice Churches Link Clergy Population served Ref
Boscastle and Tintagel Group, The, Comprising Forrabury, Lewsnewth Otterham, St Juliot, Tintagel, and Trevalga
  • Priest-in-Charge: Heather Aston
3,426 [19]
Kilkhampton (St James the Great) with Morwenstow
  • St James the Great, Kilkhampton (I)
  • Priest-in-Charge/Rector: David Barnes
  • NSM: Richard Ward-Smith
10,713 [20]
[2]
North Kernow Benefice, The, Comprising Bude Haven, Launcells, Marhamchurch, and Stratton [21]
Poughill (St Olaf King and Martyr)
  • Vicar: Vacant
2,775 [22]
Week St Mary Circle of Parishes (St Mary the Virgin) [3]
  • Rector: Vacant
4,206 [23]

Deanery of Trigg Major

Benefice Churches Link Clergy Population served Ref
Boyton (Holy Name), North Tamerton, Werrington, St Giles-In-The-Heath and Virginstow
  • Holy Name, Boyton (II*)
  • St Denis, North Tamerton (I)
  • St Giles, St Giles-in-the-Heath (II)
  • St Bridget, Virginstow (II)
  • St Martin of Tours, Werrington (I)
  • Rector: Vacant
1,956 [24]
Egloskerry (St Petrock and St Keri), North Petherwin, Tremaine, Tresmere and Trewen
  • SS Petrock & Keri, Egloskerry (II)
  • St Paternus, North Petherwin (I)
  • St Winwalo, Tremaine (I)
  • St Nicholas, Tresmere (II*)
  • St Michael, Trewen (II*)
  • Vicar: Geoffrey Pengelly
1,629 [25]
Launceston (St Mary Magdalene) (St Thomas the Apostle) (St Stephen)
  • St Mary Magdalene, Launceston (I)
  • St Stephen the Martyr, Launceston (II*)
  • St Thomas the Apostle, Launceston (II*)
  • Christ the Cornerstone, Tregadillett
[4]
  • Team Rector: Vacant
  • Curate: Teresa Folland
  • Curate: Alison Hardy
9,152 [26]
Moorland Group, The, Comprising Altarnon, Davidstow, Laneast, and St Clether
  • St Nonna, Altarnun (I)
  • St David, Davidstow (II*)
  • SS Sidwell & Gulval, Laneast (I)
  • St Clederus, St Clether (II*)
[5]
  • Rector: Deryn Roberts
1,938 [27]
Three Rivers, The, Comprising Lawhitton, Lewannick, Lezant, North Hill, and South Petherwin
  • St Michael, Lawhitton (II*)
  • St Martin, Lewannick (II*)
  • St Briochus, Lezant (II*)
  • St Torney, North Hill (I)
  • St Paternus, South Petherwin (I)
[6]
  • Curate: Heather West
5,257 [28]

Deanery of Trigg Minor & Bodmin

Benefice Churches Link Clergy Population served Ref
Blisland (St Protus and St Hyacinth) with Temple, St Breward and Helland
  • Priest-in-Charge: David Seymour
  • NSM: Stephen Williams
3,152 [29]
St Tudy (St Tudy) with St Mabyn and Michaelstow
  • St Tudy, St Tudy (I)
  • St Michael, Michaelstow (I)
[7] [30]
[8]
Bodmin (St Petroc) Team Benefice, The, Including Cardynham, Lanhydrock, and Lanivet [9]
  • Team Rector: Paul Holley
  • Team Vicar: Elaine Munday
  • Team Vicar: Cynthia Clemow
17,608 [31]
Lanteglos By Camelford (St Julitta) with Advent
  • St Julitta, Lanteglos-by-Camelford (I)
[10]
  • Priest-in-Charge: Angela Cooper
5,764 [32]
  • St Thomas of Canterbury, Camelford
  • St Adwena, Advent (I)
St Teath (St Teatha)
  • St Tetha, St Teath (I)
  • St John the Evangelist, Delabole (II)
[33]
Lostwithiel (St Bartholomew) Parishes
  • St Brevita, Lanlivery (I)
[11]
  • Priest-in-Charge: Paul Beynon
  • NSM: Sheila Bawden
4,201 [34]
[12]
  • Blessed Virgin Mary, Bradoc (I)
[13]
  • St Winnow, St Winnow (I)
[14]
North Cornwall Cluster of Churches, Comprising Port Isaac, St Endellion, St Kew, and St Minver with St Enodoc and St Michael Rock
  • St Peter, Port Isaac
  • St Endelienta, St Endellion (I)
  • St James the Great, Kew (I)
  • St Enodoc, Trebetherick (I)
  • St Michael, Porthilly
  • St Menefreda, St Minver (I)

[15]

  • Rector: Elizabeth Wild
  • NSM: Andrew Lewis
4,410 [35]
St Breoke (St Breoke) and Egloshayle in Wadebridge
  • St Breoke, St Breoke (II)
  • St Petroc, Egloshayle (I)
  • St Conan, Wadebridge (II)
  • St Mary, Wadebridge
[16]
  • Rector: John Hereward
  • Curate: Nicola Thornhill
7,869 [36]

Deanery of East Wivelshire

Benefice Churches Link Clergy Population served Ref
Antony (St James the Great) with Sheviock and Torpoint
  • St James the Great, Antony (I)
  • Blessed Virgin Mary, Sheviock (I)
  • SS Philip & James, Maryfield (II*)
  • St James, Torpoint (II)
[17]
  • Vicar: Lynn Parker
8,857 [37]
Callington Cluster, The, Including Linkinhorne, South Hill, and Stoke Climsland
  • St Mary, Callington (I)
  • St Mellor, Linkinhorne (I)
  • St Paul, Upton Cross
  • St Sampson, South Hill (I)
  • Stoke Climsland Parish Church (II*)
[18]
  • Rector: Tony Stephens
  • NSM: Annabel King
9,505 [38]
Landrake (St Michael) with St Erney and Botus Fleming
  • St Michael, Landrake (I)
  • St Erney, St Erney (II*)
  • St Mary, Botus Fleming (II*)
[19]
  • Priest-in-Charge: Cathy Sigrist
  • NSM (Saltash): Pamela Sellix
18,308 [39]
Saltash (St Nicholas and St Faith)
  • SS Nicholas & Faith, Saltash (I)
  • St Stephen, St Stephens-by-Saltash (I)
[40]
Rame Peninsula Benefice, The, Comprising Maker with Rame, Millbrook, and St John
  • St Andrew, Cawsand (II)
  • SS Mary & Julian, Maker (I)
  • St Germanus, Rame (I)
  • All Saints, Millbrook (II)
  • St John the Baptist, St John (I)
  • Rector: Michael Brown
3,629 [41]
St Germans (St Germans of Auxerre) [20]
  • Vicar: Vacant
2,673 [42]
Tamar Valley Benefice, The, Comprising Calstock, Landulph, St Dominick, and St Mellion with Pillaton
  • St Andrew, Calstock (I)
  • Cotehele House Chapel (I)
  • St Anne, Gunnislake (II)
  • All Saints, Harrowbarrow (II)
  • SS Leonard & Dilpe, Landulph (I)
  • St Indract's Chapel, Halton Quay
  • St Dominica, St Dominic (I)
  • St Odulph, Pillaton (I)
  • St Melanus, St Mellion (I)
[21]
  • Rector: Chris Painter
8,398 [43]

Deanery of West Wivelshire

Benefice Churches Link Clergy Population served Ref
Duloe (St Cuby) and Herodsfoot
  • St Cuby, Duloe (I)
  • All Saints, Herodsfoot (II)
[22]
  • Rector: Vacant
823 [44]
Trelawny, Comprising Lanreath, Lansallos, Lanteglos By Fowey, and Pelynt
  • St Marnarck, Lanreath (I)
  • St Nun, Pelynt (I)
  • St Ildierna, Lansallos (I)
  • St Wyllow, Lanteglos-by-Fowey (I)
  • St John, Bodinnick
  • St Saviour, Polruan
  • Rector: Marilyn Elliott
  • NSM: Gary Eve
4,192 [45]
[23]
Looe (St Nicholas) and Morval [24]
  • Rector: Philip Sharp
6,391 [46]
  • St Wenna, Morval (I)
Liskeard (St Martin) and St Keyne
  • Vicar: Steve Morgan
  • Curate: Margot Davies (see below)
12,571 [47]
Menheniot (St Lalluwy and St Antoninus)
  • SS Lalluwy & Antoninus, Menheniot (I)
  • St Mary, Merrymeet (II)
  • Priest-in-Charge: Margot Davies
  • Curate (St Ive): Becca Bell (see below)
4,372 [48]
St Ive (St Ive) and Pensilva with Quethiock
  • St Ive, St Ive (I)
  • St Hugh, Quethiock (I)
  • St John, Pensilva
[49]
St Cleer (St Clarus)
  • St Clarus, St Cleer (I)
  • Priest-in-Charge/Vicar: Becca Bell
  • Hon. Curate: Philip Biggs
4,450 [50]
St Neot (St Neot) and Warleggan
  • St Neot, St Neot (I)
  • St Bartholomew, Warleggan (II*)
[25] [51]

Deanery of Carnmarth North

Benefice Churches Link Clergy Population served Ref
Camborne (St Martin and St Meriadoc), Tuckingmill and Penponds
  • SS Martin & Meriadoc, Camborne (I)
[26]
  • Rector: Vacant
  • NSM: Neil Potter
20,004 [52]
  • All Saints, Tuckingmill (II)
[27]
  • Holy Trinity, Penponds (II)
Chacewater (St Paul) with St Day and Carharrack
  • St Paul, Chacewater (II)
  • St Piran, Carharrack
  • Holy Trinity, St Day
[28]
  • Priest-in-Charge: Simon Bone
  • Curate: Karen Jones
  • Curate: Richard Wallis
  • NSM: Steven Fletcher
10,230 [53]
St Stythians (St Stythian) with Perranarworthal and Gwennap [54]
Crowan (St Crewenna) and Treslothan
  • St Crewenna, Crowan (II*)
[29]
  • Vicar: Vacant
4,999 [55]
  • St James, Leedstown
  • St John the Evangelist, Treslothan (II)
Redruth (St Andrew) (St Euny) with Lanner and Treleigh
  • St Andrew, Redruth (II)
  • St Euny, Redruth (II*)
  • Christ Church, Lanner
  • St Andrew, Pencoys (II)
  • St Stephen, Treleigh (II)
[30]
  • Team Rector: Caspar Bush
  • Team Vicar: Eliska Mulliner
  • Curate: Graham Adamson
18,672 [56]
St Illogan (St Illogan)
  • St Illogan, Illogan (II)
  • St Mary, Portreath
  • St Illogan, Trevenson (II)
[31]
  • Rector: Steven Robinson
  • Curate: Alex Sharp
  • NSM: Marlene Carveth
11,291 [57]

Deanery of Carnmarth South

Benefice Churches Link Clergy Population served Ref
Budock (St Budock)
  • St Budock, Budock (II*)
[32]
  • Vicar: Godfrey Bennett
  • Curate: Ben Morgan Lundie
7,092 [58]
Falmouth (All Saints) [33]
  • Priest-in-Charge: Bill Stuart-White
  • Curate: Chris Hassell
6,916 [59]
Falmouth (King Charles the Martyr) [34]
  • Priest-in-Charge: Steve Tudgey
4,631 [60]
Mabe (St Laudus)
  • Priest-in-Charge: Steve Smith
  • Curate: Amanda Evans
4,293 [61]
Mawnan (St Mawnan) (St Michael)
  • Priest-in-Charge: Johanna Clare
1,238 [62]
Mylor (St Mylor) with Flushing
  • St Mylor, Mylor (I)
  • All Saints, Mylor Bridge
[35]
  • NSM: Andrew Stevenson
  • NSM: Jeffrey James
2,705 [63]
  • St Peter, Flushing (II)
Penwerris (St Michael and All Angels) (Holy Spirit)
  • Priest-in-Charge: Vacant
4,507 [64]
St Gluvias (St Gluvias)
  • St Gluvias, St Gluvias (II*)
[36]
  • Vicar: Steve Wales
7,327 [65]

Deanery of Kerrier

Benefice Churches Link Clergy Population served Ref
Constantine (St Constantine)
  • St Constantine, Constantine (I)
  • Gweek Mission Church
  • Priest-in-Charge: Stewart Turner
2,233 [66]
Helston (St Michael) and Wendron
  • St Michael, Helston (II*)
  • St Wendrona, Wendron (I)
  • St Christopher, Porkellis
[37]
  • Team Rector: David Miller
  • OLM: Dorothy Noakes
13,351 [67]
Kerrier, West, Comprising Breage with Godolphin and Ashton, Porthleven, Sithney, and St Germoe
  • Annunciation, Ashton
  • St Breaca, Breage (I)
  • St Bartholomew, Porthleven
  • St Sithney, Sithney (I)
  • St Germoe, Germoe (I)
[38]
  • Vicar: Peter Johnson
7,530 [68]
Meneage (St Anthony) (St Martin) (St Mawgan)
  • SS Manaccus & Dunstan, Manaccan (I)
  • St Anthony, St Anthony-in-Meneage (I)
  • St Martin, St Martin-in-Meneage (II*)
  • St Mawgan, St Mawgan-in-Meneage (grade unknown)
  • Rector: Vacant
2,415 [69]
Mullion (St Mellanus) and Cury with Gunwalloe
  • Vicar: Shane Griffiths
2,715 [70]
St Keverne (St Keverne), St Ruan with St Grade and Landewednack
  • Rector: Peter Sharpe
3,860 [71]

Deanery of Penwith

Benefice Churches Link Clergy Population served Ref
Carbis Bay (St Anta and All Saints) with Lelant (St Uny) [39]
  • Priest-in-Charge: Suzanne Hosking
  • NSM: Carlyn Wilton
5,055 [72]
Godrevy, Comprising Gwinear, Hayle, Phillack, and St Erth [40]
  • Team Rector: Sharon Clifton
  • NSM: Patricia Murley
  • NSM: Sharon Chalcraft
13,573 [73]
Gulval (St Gulval) and Madron [41]
  • Vicar: Tim Hawkins
  • NSM: Peter Butterfield
  • NSM: Joanna Thomas
7,637 [74]
Ludgvan (St Ludgvan and St Paul), Marazion, St Hilary and Perranuthnoe
  • SS Ludgvan & Paul, Ludgvan (II*)
  • All Saints, Marazion (II)
  • SS Michael & Piran, Perranuthnoe (II*)
  • St Hilary, St Hilary (II*)
[42]
  • Rector: Nigel Marns
  • Curate: Kirsten Norfolk
  • NSM: Linda Garthwaite
7,298 [75]
Newlyn (St Peter)
  • St Peter, Newlyn
[43]
  • Priest-in-Charge: Keith Owen1
3,543 [76]
Paul (St Pol De Lion)
  • Priest-in-Charge: Andrew Yates1
2,591 [77]
Penzance (St Mary) (St Paul) (St John the Baptist)
  • Team Rector: Sian Yates1
9,299 [78]
Pendeen (St John the Baptist) with Morvah
  • Priest-in-Charge: Karsten Wedgewood
5,444 [79]
Sancreed (St Creden) [80]
St Just in Penwith (St Just) [81]
St Buryan (St Buriana), St Levan and Sennen [44]
  • Rector: Vanda Rowe
2,768 [82]
[45]
[46]
St Ives (St Ia the Virgin) [47]
  • Vicar: Nick Widdows
6,688 [83]
  • St John the Evangelist, Halsetown
Towednack (St Tewinock)
  • St Tewinock, Towednack (II*)
  • Priest-in-Charge: Elizabeth Foot
659 [84]
Zennor (St Senera) [85]

1also licensed as curates in each other's parishes

Deanery of Powder

Benefice Churches Link Clergy Population served Ref
Gerrans (St Gerran) with St Anthony-In-Roseland and Philleigh
  • St Gerran, Gerrans (I)
  • St Philleigh, Philleigh (I)
[48]
  • Hon. Priest-in-Charge: Jill Edwards
949 [86]
Highertown (All Saints) and Baldhu
  • All Saints, Highertown
[49]
  • Priest-in-Charge: Jeremy Putnam
7,618 [87]
Isles of Scilly: St Mary's, St Agnes, St Martin's, Bryher and Tresco
  • Chaplain: Perran Gay
  • Curate: Eileen Martin
2,203 [88]
Kea (All Hallows) (Old Church)
  • All Hallows, St Kea (II*)
  • St Kea Old Church (II*)
[50]
  • Priest-in-Charge: Marc Baker
1,134 [89]
Kenwyn (St Keyne) with St Allen
  • St Keyne, Kenwyn (II*)
  • St Alleyne, St Allen (II*)
  • Rector: Christopher Parsons
  • OLM: Bob Humphries
3,227 [90]
Probus (St Probus and St Grace), Ladock and Grampound with Creed and St Erme [51]
  • Team Rector: Joachim Foot
  • Team Vicar: Ellen Goldsmith
  • NSM: Linda Whetter
  • Hon. Curate: Mary Richards
5,929 [91]
[52]
St Just-In-Roseland (St Just) and St Mawes [53]
  • Priest-in-Charge: Vacant
  • Curate: Arwen Folkes
1,069 [92]
Tregony (Not Known) with St Cuby and Cornelly
  • St Cuby, Tregony (I)
  • St Cornelius, Cornelly (I)
[54]
  • Priest-in-Charge: Emma Watson
960 [93]
St Michael Penkevil (St Michael)
  • St Michael, St Michael Penkevil (I)
  • Priest-in-Charge: Lynda Barley
811 [94]
Tresillian (Holy Trinity) and Lamorran with Merther
  • Holy Trinity, Tresillian (II)
[55] [95]
  • St Moran, Lamorran (II*)
Truro (St Mary's Cathedral and Parish Church) [56]
  • Dean: Roger Bush
  • Canon/Hon. Curate: Alan Bashforth
  • Canon/Curate: Lynda Barley (see above)
  • Canon: Simon Griffiths
264 [96][97]
Truro St Paul (St George the Martyr) (St John the Evangelist) [57]
  • Vicar: Christopher Epps
13,657 [98]
Veryan (St Symphorian) with Ruan Lanihorne
  • St Rumon, Ruan Lanihorne (I)
[58]
  • Priest-in-Charge: Philip Greenhalgh
1,226 [99]
  • St Symphorian, Veryan (I)
[59]
  • All Saints, Portloe (II)
[60]
Devoran (St John the Evangelist and St Petroc)
  • SS John the Evangelist & Petroc, Devoran (II) [61]
[62]
  • Priest-in-Charge: Simon Bone (see above)
  • Curate: Karen Jones (see above)
  • Curate: Richard Wallis (see above)
  • NSM: Steven Fletcher (see above)
3,785 [100]
Feock (St Feock)
  • St Feock, Feock (II*) [63]
[101]
St Clement (St Clement)
  • St Clement, St Clement (I)
[64]
  • Vicar: Diane Willoughby
539 [102]
  • St Andrew, Malpas
St Agnes (St Agnes) and Mount Hawke with Mithian
  • St Agnes, St Agnes (Cornwall) (II*) [65]
[66]
  • Priest-in-Charge: Anne Brown (see below)
  • Curate: Diane Willoughby (see above)
  • Curate: Rachel Monie (see below)
8,365 [103]
  • St John the Baptist, Mount Hawke
  • Soul Church, Porthtowan

Deanery of Pydar

Benefice Churches Link Clergy Population served Ref
Lann Pydar Benefice, The, Comprising St Columb Major, St Ervan, St Eval, and St Mawgan-In-Pydar
  • St Columba, St Columb Major (I)
  • St Ervan, St Ervan (II*)
  • St Uvelas, St Eval (I)
  • St Mawgan, St Mawgan (I)
[67]
  • Rector: Helen Baber
  • Curate: Tess Lowe
7,335 [104]
Newlyn (St Newlyn)
  • St Newlina, St Newlyn East (II*)
[68]
  • Priest-in-Charge: Hilary Samson
6,196 [105]
St Enoder (St Enoder)
  • St Enoder, St Enoder (I)
  • St Francis, Indian Queens
[69] [106]
Newquay (St Michael)
  • St Michael the Archangel, Newquay (II*)
[70]
  • Priest-in-Charge: Jeremy Thorold
  • NSM: Patricia Kneebone
12,339 [107]
Padstow (St Petroc), St Merryn and St Issey with St Petroc Minor
  • St Petroc, Padstow (I)
  • St Saviour, Trevone
[71]
  • Rector: Vacant
5,288 [108]
  • St Issey, St Issey (I)
  • St Petroc, Little Petherick (I)
  • St Merryn, St Merryn (II*)
St Wenn (St Wenna) and Withiel
  • St Wenna, St Wenn (I)
  • St Clement, Withiel (I)
  • NSM: Elke Deeley
706 [109]
St Columb Minor (St Columba) and St Colan
  • Priest-in-Charge: Christopher McQuillen-Wright
  • Curate: Jeremy Thorold (see above)
9,611 [110]
Perranzabuloe (St Piran) and Crantock with Cubert
  • St Piran, Perranzabuloe (II*)
  • St Michael, Perranporth
  • St Carantoc, Crantock (I)
  • St Cubert, Cubert (grade unknown)
[72]
  • Priest-in-Charge: Anne Brown
  • Curate: Diane Willoughby (see above)
  • Curate: Rachel Monie
7,392 [111]

Deanery of St Austell

Benefice Churches Link Clergy Population served Ref
Boscoppa (St Luke)
  • St Luke, Boscoppa
  • Priest-in-Charge: Juliet Williams
12,111 [112]
Luxulyan (St Cyrus and St Julietta)
  • SS Cyrus & Julietta, Luxulyan (I)
[73] [113]
St Blazey (St Blaise)
  • St Blaise, St Blazey (II*)
[114]
Charlestown (St Paul)
  • St Paul, Charlestown (II)
[74]
  • Priest-in-Charge: David Isiorho
11,485 [115]
Par (St Mary the Virgin) (Good Shepherd)
  • St Mary the Virgin, Par (II)
  • Good Shepherd, Par
[75] [116]
Tywardreath (St Andrew) with Tregaminion
  • St Andrew, Tywardreath (II)
  • Tregaminion Chapel of Ease (II*)
[117]
Fowey (St Fimbarrus)
  • St Fimbarrus, Fowey (I)
[76]
  • Vicar/Priest-in-Charge: Philip de Grey-Warter
2,482 [118]
St Sampson (St Sampson) [119]
Roche (St Gomonda of the Rock)
  • St Gomonda of the Rock, Roche (II*)
  • Priest-in-Charge: Kenneth Arthur
12,648 [120]
St Dennis (St Denys)
  • St Denys, St Dennis (II*)
[121]
Treverbyn (St Peter)
  • St Peter, Treverbyn (II)
[122]
St Austell (Holy Trinity) [77]
  • Vicar: Howard Flint
  • Curate: Ian Gulland
12,557 [123]
St Goran (St Goranus) with Caerhays
  • St Goranus, Gorran Churchtown (II*)
  • St Michael, St Michael Caerhays (I)
  • St Just, Goran Haven (II*)
[78]
  • Hon. Priest-in-Charge: Elizabeth Charlton
1,448 [124]
St Mewan (St Mewan) with Mevagissey and St Ewe
  • St Mewan, St Mewan (II*)
  • St Peter, Mevagissey (II)
  • All Saints, St Ewe (I)
  • St Mark, Sticker
  • Rector: Marion Barrett
6,272 [125]
St Stephen in Brannel (Not Known)
  • St Stephen, St Stephen-in-Brannel (I)
  • St George, Nanpean
[79]
  • Priest-in-Charge: Emma Westermann-Childs
6,877 [126]

See also

References

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  19. ^ "The Benefice of Boscastle and Tintagel Group, The, Comprising Forrabury, Lewsnewth Otterham, St Juliot, Tintagel, and Trevalga". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  20. ^ "The Benefice of Kilkhampton (St James the Great) with Morwenstow". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  21. ^ "The Benefice of North Kernow Benefice, The, Comprising Bude Haven, Launcells, Marhamchurch, and Stratton". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  22. ^ "The Benefice of Poughill (St Olaf King and Martyr)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  23. ^ "The Benefice of Week St Mary Circle of Parishes (St Mary the Virgin)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  24. ^ "The Benefice of Boyton (Holy Name), North Tamerton, Werrington, St Giles-In-The-Heath and Virginstow". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  25. ^ "The Benefice of Egloskerry (St Petrock and St Keri), North Petherwin, Tremaine, Tresmere and Trewen". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  26. ^ "The Benefice of Launceston (St Mary Magdalene) (St Thomas the Apostle) (St Stephen)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  27. ^ "The Benefice of Moorland Group, The, Comprising Altarnon, Davidstow, Laneast, and St Clether". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  28. ^ "The Benefice of Three Rivers, The, Comprising Lawhitton, Lewannick, Lezant, North Hill, and South Petherwin". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  29. ^ "The Benefice of Blisland (St Protus and St Hyacinth) with Temple, St Breward and Helland". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  30. ^ "The Benefice of St Tudy (St Tudy) with St Mabyn and Michaelstow". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  31. ^ "The Benefice of Bodmin (St Petroc) Team Benefice, The, Including Cardynham, Lanhydrock, and Lanivet". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  32. ^ "The Benefice of Lanteglos By Camelford (St Julitta) with Advent". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  33. ^ "The Benefice of St Teath (St Teatha)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  34. ^ "The Benefice of Lostwithiel (St Bartholomew) Parishes". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  35. ^ "The Benefice of North Cornwall Cluster of Churches, Comprising Port Isaac, St Endellion, St Kew, and St Minver with St Enodoc and St Michael Rock". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  36. ^ "The Benefice of St Breoke (St Breoke) and Egloshayle in Wadebridge". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  37. ^ "The Benefice of Antony (St James the Great) with Sheviock and Torpoint". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  38. ^ "The Benefice of Callington Cluster, The, Including Linkinhorne, South Hill, and Stoke Climsland". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  39. ^ "The Benefice of Landrake (St Michael) with St Erney and Botus Fleming". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  40. ^ "The Benefice of Saltash (St Nicholas and St Faith)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  41. ^ "The Benefice of Rame Peninsula Benefice, The, Comprising Maker with Rame, Millbrook, and St John". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  42. ^ "The Benefice of St Germans (St Germans of Auxerre)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  43. ^ "The Benefice of Tamar Valley Benefice, The, Comprising Calstock, Landulph, St Dominick, and St Mellion with Pillaton". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  44. ^ "The Benefice of Duloe (St Cuby) and Herodsfoot". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  45. ^ "The Benefice of Trelawny, Comprising Lanreath, Lansallos, Lanteglos By Fowey, and Pelynt". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  46. ^ "The Benefice of Looe (St Nicholas) and Morval". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  47. ^ "The Benefice of Liskeard (St Martin) and St Keyne". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  48. ^ "The Benefice of Menheniot (St Lalluwy and St Antoninus)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  49. ^ "The Benefice of St Ive (St Ive) and Pensilva with Quethiock". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  50. ^ "The Benefice of St Cleer (St Clarus)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  51. ^ "The Benefice of St Neot (St Neot) and Warleggan". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  52. ^ "The Benefice of Camborne (St Martin and St Meriadoc), Tuckingmill and Penponds". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  53. ^ "The Benefice of Chacewater (St Paul) with St Day and Carharrack". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  54. ^ "The Benefice of St Stythians (St Stythian) with Perranarworthal and Gwennap". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  55. ^ "The Benefice of Crowan (St Crewenna) and Treslothan". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  56. ^ "The Benefice of Redruth (St Andrew) (St Euny) with Lanner and Treleigh". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  57. ^ "The Benefice of St Illogan (St Illogan)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  58. ^ "The Benefice of Budock (St Budock)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  59. ^ "The Benefice of Falmouth (All Saints)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  60. ^ "The Benefice of Falmouth (King Charles the Martyr)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  61. ^ "The Benefice of Mabe (St Laudus)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  62. ^ "The Benefice of Mawnan (St Mawnan) (St Michael)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  63. ^ "The Benefice of Mylor (St Mylor) with Flushing". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  64. ^ "The Benefice of Penwerris (St Michael and All Angels) (Holy Spirit)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  65. ^ "The Benefice of St Gluvias (St Gluvias)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  66. ^ "The Benefice of Constantine (St Constantine)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  67. ^ "The Benefice of Helston (St Michael) and Wendron". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  68. ^ "The Benefice of Kerrier, West, Comprising Breage with Godolphin and Ashton, Porthleven, Sithney, and St Germoe". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  69. ^ "The Benefice of Meneage (St Anthony) (St Martin) (St Mawgan)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  70. ^ "The Benefice of Mullion (St Mellanus) and Cury with Gunwalloe". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  71. ^ "The Benefice of St Keverne (St Keverne), St Ruan with St Grade and Landewednack". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  72. ^ "The Benefice of Carbis Bay (St Anta and All Saints) with Lelant (St Uny)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  73. ^ "The Benefice of Godrevy, Comprising Gwinear, Hayle, Phillack, and St Erth". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  74. ^ "The Benefice of Gulval (St Gulval) and Madron". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  75. ^ "The Benefice of Ludgvan (St Ludgvan and St Paul), Marazion, St Hilary and Perranuthnoe". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  76. ^ "The Benefice of Newlyn (St Peter)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  77. ^ "The Benefice of Paul (St Pol De Lion)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  78. ^ "The Benefice of Penzance (St Mary) (St Paul) (St John the Baptist)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  79. ^ "The Benefice of Pendeen (St John the Baptist) with Morvah". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  80. ^ "The Benefice of Sancreed (St Creden)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  81. ^ "The Benefice of St Just in Penwith (St Just)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  82. ^ "The Benefice of St Buryan (St Buriana), St Levan and Sennen". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  83. ^ "The Benefice of St Ives (St Ia the Virgin)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  84. ^ "The Benefice of Towednack (St Tewinock)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  85. ^ "The Benefice of Zennor (St Senera)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  86. ^ "The Benefice of Gerrans (St Gerran) with St Anthony-In-Roseland and Philleigh". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  87. ^ "The Benefice of Highertown (All Saints) and Baldhu". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  88. ^ "The Benefice of Isles of Scilly: St Mary's, St Agnes, St Martin's, Bryher and Tresco". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  89. ^ "The Benefice of Kea (All Hallows) (Old Church)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  90. ^ "The Benefice of Kenwyn (St Keyne) with St Allen". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  91. ^ "The Benefice of Probus (St Probus and St Grace), Ladock and Grampound with Creed and St Erme". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  92. ^ "The Benefice of St Just-In-Roseland (St Just) and St Mawes". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  93. ^ "The Benefice of Tregony (Not Known) with St Cuby and Cornelly". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  94. ^ "The Benefice of St Michael Penkevil (St Michael)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  95. ^ "The Benefice of Tresillian (Holy Trinity) and Lamorran with Merther". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  96. ^ "CATHEDRAL CHURCH OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY IN TRURO". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  97. ^ "The Benefice of Truro (St Mary's Cathedral and Parish Church)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  98. ^ "The Benefice of Truro St Paul (St George the Martyr) (St John the Evangelist)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  99. ^ "The Benefice of Veryan (St Symphorian) with Ruan Lanihorne". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  100. ^ "The Benefice of Devoran (St John the Evangelist and St Petroc)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  101. ^ "The Benefice of Feock (St Feock)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  102. ^ "The Benefice of St Clement (St Clement)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  103. ^ "The Benefice of St Agnes (St Agnes) and Mount Hawke with Mithian". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  104. ^ "The Benefice of Lann Pydar Benefice, The, Comprising St Columb Major, St Ervan, St Eval, and St Mawgan-In-Pydar". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  105. ^ "The Benefice of Newlyn (St Newlyn)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  106. ^ "The Benefice of St Enoder (St Enoder)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  107. ^ "The Benefice of Newquay (St Michael)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  108. ^ "The Benefice of Padstow (St Petroc), St Merryn and St Issey with St Petroc Minor". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  109. ^ "The Benefice of St Wenn (St Wenna) and Withiel". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  110. ^ "The Benefice of St Columb Minor (St Columba) and St Colan". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  111. ^ "The Benefice of Perranzabuloe (St Piran) and Crantock with Cubert". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  112. ^ "The Benefice of Boscoppa (St Luke)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  113. ^ "The Benefice of Luxulyan (St Cyrus and St Julietta)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  114. ^ "The Benefice of St Blazey (St Blaise)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  115. ^ "The Benefice of Charlestown (St Paul)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  116. ^ "The Benefice of Par (St Mary the Virgin) (Good Shepherd)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  117. ^ "The Benefice of Tywardreath (St Andrew) with Tregaminion". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  118. ^ "The Benefice of Fowey (St Fimbarrus)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  119. ^ "The Benefice of St Sampson (St Sampson)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  120. ^ "The Benefice of Roche (St Gomonda of the Rock)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  121. ^ "The Benefice of St Dennis (St Denys)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  122. ^ "The Benefice of Treverbyn (St Peter)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  123. ^ "The Benefice of St Austell (Holy Trinity)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  124. ^ "The Benefice of St Goran (St Goranus) with Caerhays". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  125. ^ "The Benefice of St Mewan (St Mewan) with Mevagissey and St Ewe". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.
  126. ^ "The Benefice of St Stephen in Brannel (Not Known)". www.crockford.org.uk. Retrieved 2018-09-26.

Further reading

  • Donaldson, Aug. B. (1902) The Bishopric of Truro: the first twenty-five years, 1877–1902. London: Rivingtons (online version)
Books by Charles Henderson
  • The Cornish Church Guide Truro: Blackford, 1925 (only in part by Henderson)
    • Contents:- Part I: Historical. Celtic kalendar; History of the ancient bishopric in Cornwall(*); Additional notes on the ancient bishopric; List of bishops, from AD 931 to the present time; The restoration of the Cornish bishopric(*); Parochial history: notes on all the parishes; Particulars of the formation of new ecclesiastical parishes; The architecture of the Cornish parish church (*); Cornish church plate(*); The Celtic crosses of Cornwall; The holy wells of Cornwall(*). Part II: Administrative(*). Sections marked (*) are not by Henderson.
  • The Cornish Church Guide and Parochial History of Cornwall. Truro: D. Bradford Barton, 1964 (a reissue of “Parochial History of Cornwall”, the author's principal contribution to The Cornish Church Guide published in 1925) ISBN 0-85153-052-4
  • The Ecclesiastical History of Western Cornwall. 2 vols. Truro: Royal Institution of Cornwall; D. Bradford Barton, 1962

External links

  • Diocesan website
  • Church of England Statistics 2002
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