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Next Service:

24th January at 10:00 am.

Online Communion Service
(Third Sunday in Epiphany)

The next village event will be Parish Council Meeting on 3rd February 2021 at 7:00 PM in Virtual Parish Council Meeting

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Despite the pandemic, St Paul's is taking on an increasingly Christmas-like feel. Mike and Josie Foster have very generously donated this Christmas tree which Revd Shaun stands beside after our service on Sunday 13th December. Image courtesy of Charles Waldron 13th December 2020.
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A Christmas wreath made by Josie Foster. Image courtesy of Charles Waldron 6th December 2020.
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In Brief

Next Service:

24th January at 10:00 am.

Online Communion Service
(Third Sunday in Epiphany)

The next village event will be Parish Council Meeting on 3rd February 2021 at 7:00 PM in Virtual Parish Council Meeting

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

Despite the pandemic, St Paul's is taking on an increasingly Christmas-like feel. Mike and Josie Foster have very generously donated this Christmas tree which Revd Shaun stands beside after our service on Sunday 13th December. Image courtesy of Charles Waldron 13th December 2020.
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A Christmas wreath made by Josie Foster. Image courtesy of Charles Waldron 6th December 2020.
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18th Oct 2020 - 1st Nov 2020

Annual Parochial Church Meeting - elections, reports and appointments

These are the main actions that were taken at our APCM on 12th October:

• Hazel Price and Mike Foster were re-elected churchwardens

• The Annual PCC Report and Financial reports were approved

• Jean Loveridge and Adrian Ley were both re-elected to the PCC. Ann Rumble was co-opted to the PCC.

• Eric Price and Ann Rumble were elected Deanery Synod representatives

• Sidespersons were appointed, these being Jean Loveridge, Elizabeth Nunn, Margaret Perryman, Hazel Price and Ann Rumble

At the PCC meeting which followed the Annual Meeting, Eileen MacCaig was elected PCC joint Chairman, Charles Waldron Vice Chairman, Ann Rumble Treasurer, Charles Waldron Secretary and Peter Elder Electoral Roll Officer. It was agreed that the Fabric Committee would comprise Mike Foster (Convenor), Eric Price and Adrian Ley.

3rd Oct 2020 - 3rd Oct 2020

Josie to become a licenced Reader

In a welcome break from the pandemic, it is good to be able to report that church member, Josie Foster, is to become a licenced Reader at a remote ceremony on 3rd October 2020 in Exeter. She has worked very hard to attain this role, which will allow her to lead church services, and we warmly congratulate her on this achievement.

In normal times, congregation members would have wanted to join her at the ceremony but it will be live-streamed on Exeter Cathedral's Facebook page. Josie has let us have the link to the service and says that we are welcome to watch online. The link is given below.

Josie says that the formalities begin at 1:45pm but she not sure what time the streaming will start. The actual service is from 2:00pm.

3rd Oct 2020 - 18th Oct 2020

Congratulations, Josie!

On Saturday 3rd October 2020, St Paul's Church member, Josie Foster, became a licenced Reader at a service held at Exeter Cathedral.

Covid-19 restrictions meant that only a few people could attend the service in support of the, approximately, twelve candidates and those who did had to be socially distanced.The service was live-streamed on the cathedral's Facebook page, though, allowing others from the candidates' home churches to watch.

The service  started at 2pm with the licencing taking place from around 2:40pm, and Josie was the first to be called. It was a dignified service and included Holy Communion, in the form of bread only, being offered to all present. It was a moment of joy and recognition of the hard work and dedication of the candidates involved who will now be able to return to their churches and lead services.

If you missed the service and would like to watch it, the link to the recorded version is available on the link below: