The churchyard of St. Teath Church is a photographer’s dream in the months of February and March when there is a stunning carpet of purple crocuses intermixed with daffodils and bluebells – more flowers appearing every year.
The church, dedicated to St. Tetha, is in the heart of the village; in fact whichever way you approach the village you will see this beautiful 15th century building. It may be 600 years old (parts are Norman) but with a 21st century outlook, determined to be active in the community.
The church choir are key contributors to our worship Sunday by Sunday, ably led by Choirmaster and organist Alan.
A bi-annual Flower Festival attracts people from all over the South West. And on alternate years an Arts Festival featuring local artists and makers, amateur and professional, is a comparatively new but successful addition to the St. Teath Church calendar.
A vibrant ‘Open the Book’ team visits the primary school fortnightly to act out Bible stories in assembly and close links are maintained with the Pre School too with regular visits by puppets Annie and Spike.
Christmas services are a highlight of the year with a very popular crib service, carol service and Christingle.