Parish Church of:
The church of St. Feoca is a building of stone in the Perpendicular style, consisting of chancel, nave of five bays, aisles, north transept, south porch and a detached western tower, with a pyramidal roof, containing 3 bells: the chancel, separated from the nave by a low screen of alabaster, has a reredos of freestone, alabaster and gold, and coloured mosaic: the east and south windows in the chancel and the east window of the south aisle are stained: the monuments are modern: the church was almost entirely rebuilt about 1874, and has 346 sittings; it is said to have been the last church in which divine service was conducted in the Cornish language; the south entrance to the churchyard is through a lynch gate, and over it is a room where parish meetings were formerly held; a lynch gate if granite and oak was erected in 1893 to the memory of the Rev. Thomas Phillpotts M.A. for 30 years vicar of this parish (1844-74) and hon. canon of Truro, to whom there is also a
brass tablet in the north aisle, erected by his widow, in 1890. The register dates from the year 1681.