A funeral marks the close of a human life on earth. It is the opportunity for friends and family to express their grief, to give thanks for the life which has now completed its journey in this world.To find out more about holding a funeral in the Church of England follow the link.
Funerals are usually arranged directly by Funeral Directors. The clergy are available to advise on any such arrangements and to offer support and counselling to the dying or bereaved. Please contact Pam on 01579 363464.
Memorial Stones Regulations Summary
Memorial Stone Application Form
These contain the names and date and location of those buried at St Stephens from about the year 1890 to the present day. Searches of the registers, for which a fee is payable, can be made by appointment.
Other than registers in current use all records are lodged with Cornwall County Record Office in Truro to whom application to view should be made.
Below is a table showing the facilities of each church (in brief). More details are on the page for each church (select the church name in the table).
|St Stephen||300||Y||Y||W. gate||on-street|
& St Faith
|St Michael||150||Y||Y||N. door||on-street|
|St Terninus||80||Y||N||S. door||on-street|