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In Brief

Next Service:

3rd July at 10:30 am.

Holy Communion
(Third Sunday after Trinity)

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An exhausted team of bellringers poses for the camera after completing a three-hour "Full Peal" of the bells on 2nd June 2022. This was the first time a full peal had ever been rung at St Paul's. Image courtesy of Charles Waldron 2nd June 2022.
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Revd John Ewington (right) led our Palm Sunday service on 10th April 2022. He was ably assisted by Reader Josie Foster (left) and the service included the Stations of the Cross. Image courtesy of Charles Waldron 10th April 2022.
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In Brief

Next Service:

3rd July at 10:30 am.

Holy Communion
(Third Sunday after Trinity)

Diocesan Magazine

Click here to visit the Exeter Diocese website

A link to the magazine is available on the Home page.

Safeguarding

View our Safeguarding policy

Diocese of Exeter Safeguarding contacts

Recent Images Highslide JS
An exhausted team of bellringers poses for the camera after completing a three-hour "Full Peal" of the bells on 2nd June 2022. This was the first time a full peal had ever been rung at St Paul's. Image courtesy of Charles Waldron 2nd June 2022.
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Revd John Ewington (right) led our Palm Sunday service on 10th April 2022. He was ably assisted by Reader Josie Foster (left) and the service included the Stations of the Cross. Image courtesy of Charles Waldron 10th April 2022.
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Welcome to the website for St Paul's Church, the Church of England church for the parish of Landkey.

The tranquil village of Landkey is situated just three miles from the busy market town of Barnstaple in North Devon. With a growing population in excess of 2000, a strong sense of community exists within the village and, of this, the church is an important part. As well as offering regular Christian worship, the church provides valuable links to other areas of the community such as the local Primary School and the Mothers' Union.

St Paul's is a friendly church in which the Christian message is heard regularly by a congregation of around 25 worshippers. All are welcome to attend our services.

Video of The Full Peal

A full peal of the church bells was rung as part of the Queen's Jubilee celebrations on 2nd June 2022. A small clip (1 minute) was recorded and may be viewed here:

Video clip of full peal

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Online Services

This section is set aside to provide access to service downloads for anyone who would like to join us online and also to give brief updates on forthcoming services. For fuller information on services, please visit our "Service Times" page.

The liturgy (or, Order of Service) for our services  may be downloaded via the links below to enable online participants to follow the proceedings. We have made available those that relate to the different types of service that we hold. The type of service for each Sunday is announced on the Service Times page.

We are now able to livestream our services via our Facebook page, the link for which is here:

Updated 26th June 2022

News

26th Jun 2022

Services to resume shortly

Following the cancellation of our service on 26th June 2022 due to Covid, we hope to resume services on Sunday 3rd July at 10:30am. As always, all will be welcome to join us for Anglican Christian worship at our parish church.

26th Jun 2022

Bible studies

Following the success of our Alpha course which ran from February until Easter, we are currently running a series of Bible study sessions in the church on Wednesday evenings at 7pm from 1st June for 10 weeks.

All are welcome to join us. If you would like to take part, you may let us know via the Contact Us page, or simply come along.

26th Jun 2022

Coronavirus guidelines from 3rd May 2022

The Church of England has updated its guidelines for churches in respect of Covid-19 and these are avilable in the document on the link below.

The main change is that the assumption is now that churches will offer Holy Communion as both bread and wine unless there is a compelling reason not to do so. The use of face coverings is recommended in enclosed or crowded spaces.

At St Paul's, we have recently reintroduced the chalice and, while we invite congregation members to receive Communion, we do not place any obligation on anyone to do so. We also continue to support the wearing of face masks, although this is not an expectation.

Most importantly, all are welcome at St Paul's!

26th Jun 2022

Christian Aid - thank you

Thank you to all who donated to our Christian Aid appeal during the week of 15th-21st May. The sum of £155 was raised and this response, at a time of rising prices and other worthy causes, such as the war in Ukraine, is much appreciated.