You will find a warm welcome and plenty of opportunities to share over a tea or coffee at the fortnightly Thursday coffee mornings. The Wednesday evening summer concert programme provides a welcome opportunity for residents and visitors alike to listen to some local, national and international choirs and bands. The mission is to provide a church that opens its doors for all to come. Sunday Worship – 10.30am
Every Sunday we meet together to worship God. We sing, we pray, we give, we encourage, we read the Bible, and we hear it proclaimed, so that we may be better equipped to serve God each day. We also offer activities throughout the week including things for all ages. See our regular activities list for more details.
Sunday Services – 10:30 am and 6.30 pm Morning service includes children’s groups
We welcome you and invite you to come and find out more. We seek to be open to the Holy Spirit, offering a modern, informal style of worship and Bible based teaching which is relevant to everyday life.
Sunday Morning: 10.30 am
St Peters was consecrated in 1903 to serve the needs of that area of town. Designed by G.H Fellowes Prynne in the Arts and Crafts style, it was built largely of local materials to a high standard. The ongregation worships in the Anglo Catholic tradition and the building is being developed as a concert venue for community use alongside its primary role as a house of God. SUNDAY 11.15am
St. Matthew’s Anglican Church is part of the Coast and ‘Combe Mission Community together with the churches of St. Sabinus’ Woolacombe and St. Mary’s Mortehoe. The parish is served by the church of St. Matthew and St. Wardrede, dating from 1835 – a little gem, seating 90 at a push, with Victorian wall-stencils, Jacobean carved oak woodwork (taken from the old Manor House) and a musicians’ gallery. Every Sunday: 8.45am Holy Communion
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Holy Trinity is the ancient parish church of Ilfracombe which was considerably enlarged in the early C14. It is notable for the decorated ceiling complete with carved corbels surmounted by medieval angels and fine ceiling bosses. The stained glass includes a number of windows by Kempe. Holy Trinity has a fine musical tradition and the choir adds much throughout the year. Children are always welcome.
If you’ve never been to church before or looking to join a Church, then they would like to welcome you. Their purpose is to make the church relevant, diverse and supportive, enabling dynamic spiritual growth and engaging with the local community. They are a Charismatic Church, a Church with life and enthusiasm. On Sundays we have a morning service, which is quite informal. The Sunday School and the young people have their own meetings during the message. Sunday Service 10:30 – 12:00
You are welcome to join us for any of the meetings or advertised on the notice boards outside the church.
Sunday Services at 10.30am and 6.30pm