St Just in Roseland Church is a very special 13th century Church, with a 6th Century Celtic heritage, in a unique waterside semi-tropical garden setting where you will be sure of a welcome. A legend says that Joseph of Arimathea may have brought Jesus ashore here. Whether that is true or not, many people do feel the presence of God here today, just as people have through the centuries.
We are part of Powder Deanery in the Archdeaconry of Cornwall in the Diocese of Truro.
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Be still...and know Him near
QUIET DAYS at St Just in Roseland Church 2016
Come and try-out our new-style service on the Roseland which will next be at St Just Church on Sunday 22nd May at 6pm.... lots of great new songs,some prayers and a short video-clip. Hope to see you there!
The Calling is an opportunity to get together and worship in an informal contemporary style. Led by local Church leaders and a worship band of keyboard, guitars and voices we hope The Calling will become a regular monthly feature, moving round all our churches on the Roseland.
The Calling is usually on the 1st Sunday of the Month at St Cuby Church, Tregony and the 3rd Sunday of the month at St Just in Roseland Church - all at 6pm.
The Bishop of Truro, the Rt Rev Tim Thornton, has completed his ‘Bishop’s Visitation’ with a second visit to the parish. He was out and about visiting the community and the day was a great success with wonderful weather included. Many thanks to all those who took part and help make the day run so smoothly, especially St Mawes Bakery! We also visited the Pharmacy, the new Harbour Office, the Tourist Information, the Parish Council, ’Golden Age’ at the Memorial Hall, the working boats being prepared for the season at Freshwater Boatyard, St Just churchyard
If you have a favourite photograph taken during your visit to St Just In Roseland Church we would like to see it. Please submit your photographs, with a brief description including when it was taken, to David.Calton@hotmail.co.uk webmaster. We will try to publish as many as possible. Your photographs will not be used for any purpose other than inclusion in our photo gallery, unless you give explicit permission. This permission will be requested in advance.