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With its origins in the 13th century, our church has been at the centre of parish life for generations and remains a focal point in the 21st century, bringing people together, caring for the community and marking significant events in both individual and national life.
In accordance with the government guidelines for managing the Covid-19 health emergency, the church building is open at set times for said services of communal worship and private prayer as indicated below. Outside of these times the church remains closed.
While we continue to be challenged by the current Covid-19 health crisis, the church is maintaining contact with the elderly, the lonely and the vulnerable, and, together with the wider community, is providing help, support and care for our parish. If you or someone you know needs help, please contact our parish priest, Rev’d Gill Still.
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Church Services During Covid-19 Pandemic:
There are two Eucharistic services every Sunday, one at 8.15 (BCP) and the other at 11.15 (CW). At these services, communion is offered to the congregation in one-kind (bread). There is also a service of Morning Prayer every Wednesday at 10.00. The church is also open for private prayer and contemplation on Sundays from 14.00 to 16.00 and Wednesdays from 9.00 to 12.00, either side of the morning service.
For those unable to come to church, a weekly service is broadcast live on Zoom every Sunday at 10.00 for members of the Totnes Mission Community. Access to the Zoom broadcast and the Order of Service can be obtained from Diana Walters.