We are a lively Bible-teaching Anglican church in the small market town of North Tawton, in the heart of beautiful rural West Devon.

We welcome people of all ages and backrounds, young and old, whether you are used to going to church or not.

We seek to be a community of Christians serving each other and the needs of the town, parish and surrounding countryside.

We meet every Sunday at 11am for worship, Bible-teaching, prayer and communion (twice a month). There is always provision for children and young people during our services. Sunday Club meets every week during term times and we have a monthly Family Service (all-age). Youthwork happens on Friday evenings (Thirsty) in the church and on Sundays during services.

During the week we have Home Groups that meet in members' homes. Little Fishes toddler group on Thursday mornings in the church Mortimer room. Tuesday Chat - for anyone in or around North Tawton an informal group meets in the church Mortimer room fortnightly on Tuesday mornings for fellowship and coffee. Everyone welcome. (No Tuesday Chat in August). There is a regular monthly North Tawton Prayer Meeting with other churches in the town. See church newsletter for details of all these events.

We have regular courses such as Christianity Explored, Life Explored, Alpha, Discipleship Explored and Just 10.

In the last 5 years we have staged three musicals in the church - Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Another Story Begins and Oliver!

Rev'd Nick Weldon (Vicar)

Usual Pattern of Sunday Services at 11am

- followed by refreshments

Sunday Services

1st Sunday Morning Worship

2nd Sunday Informal Communion

3rd Sunday Family Service (all-age)

4th Sunday Traditional Communion

5th Sunday Informal Communion



St Peter's Partnership. Is a commitment by the whole church family, to pray for and to give towards a specific selection of local, national and international mission organisations over a three year period.

This Jesus Must Die Biblical reflection on the world's 'Superstar' Four evenings of readings, prayer, music, discussion and reflecton on the Bible’s account of Jesus’ last days on earth. 6pm to 7 pm Sunday 24 Mar, 7 Apr, 28 Apr and 5 May

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