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Bible Readings:

For 12th July 2020
(Fifth Sunday after Trinity)

1: Genesis 25:19-34
2: Romans 8:1-11
G: Matthew 13:1-9,18-23

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Coronavirus restrictions eased from 13th June 2020, allowing the church to reopen for private prayer for the first time since March. Here, on Wednesday 24th June 2020, Hazel Price (left) and Emma Waldron wait in the porch to welcome anyone wishing to come into the church and to ensure that social distancing and hygiene rules are observed. Image courtesy of Charles Waldron 24th June 2020.
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Revd John Ewington (pictured) led our Stations of the Cross service on Sunday 15th March 2020. He set up 11 stations representing stages of Jesus' journey to the cross with each being marked with an explanatory reading and meditation as well as a poem or music. Image courtesy of Charles Waldron 16th March 2020.
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In Brief

Bible Readings:

For 12th July 2020
(Fifth Sunday after Trinity)

1: Genesis 25:19-34
2: Romans 8:1-11
G: Matthew 13:1-9,18-23

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
Coronavirus restrictions eased from 13th June 2020, allowing the church to reopen for private prayer for the first time since March. Here, on Wednesday 24th June 2020, Hazel Price (left) and Emma Waldron wait in the porch to welcome anyone wishing to come into the church and to ensure that social distancing and hygiene rules are observed. Image courtesy of Charles Waldron 24th June 2020.
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Revd John Ewington (pictured) led our Stations of the Cross service on Sunday 15th March 2020. He set up 11 stations representing stages of Jesus' journey to the cross with each being marked with an explanatory reading and meditation as well as a poem or music. Image courtesy of Charles Waldron 16th March 2020.
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Directions and Facilities

Landkey is conveniently located just a quarter of a mile from the Landkey/Swimbridge junction with the A361 North Devon Link Road. This Google map should help you to find us and, underneath, we give written directions to provide further assistance.

From the M5, leave the motorway at junction 27 and follow the signs for Barnstaple. After approximately 32 miles, turn left at the signposted Landkey/Swimbridge junction.

From Bideford and North Cornwall, follow the A39 until it becomes the A361 North Devon Link Road at a roundabout on the eastern outskirts of Barnstaple. At about 1 mile past the North Devon Link route sing indication "South Molton 11 miles, etc.", turn right at the signposted Landkey/Swimbridge junction.

Whichever direction you have arrived from, on passing the Landkey village sign, prepare to turn right into Vicarage Road. St Paul's Church will now be visible to the right. At the bottom of Vicarage Road, a further right turn will lead to the church.

If approaching Landkey from the South Molton / Swimbridge direction, enter the village and proceed as far as the centre, passing the post office then the "Nearbuy" shop, both on your right. Turn left at the war memorial into Manor Road and continue for a further quarter of a mile at which point the church will come into view.

Facilities

St Paul's is an old church and we do not benefit from some of the facilities of more modern buildings. We do, though, try to provide for particular requirements wherever possible.

  • Parking: We do not have a car park but there is usually sufficient on-road parking space available near the church.
  • Toilets: There are no toilets within the church.
  • Sound system: The church is fitted with amplifiers and a hearing loop.
  • Heating: The church is equipped with gas-fired central heating. We would, though, advise anyone unfamiliar with our church to dress warmly, especially during cold weather, as the nature of the building limits the effectiveness of the heating.
  • Disabled access: We have no specific provision for disabled access but our church wardens will be happy to advise and assist as far as is possible with individual mobility requirements. We do, though, have moveable ramps which enable wheelchair users to gain entry through the main door.
  • Key: The church is kept locked when not in use. However, if you would like to visit and gain access outside the published service times, please ring Church warden Eileen MacCaig beforehand in order that she may arrange for the door to be unlocked.