St Andrew's, Sampford Courtenay
The village is best known for its role in the 1549 Prayer Book Rebellion, and the church and adjacent church rooms played a crucial part. There is a permanent exhibition in the church telling the story of this interesting and bloody period of history.
The church is situated in the heart of the village (post code: EX20 2ST) just off the A3072 three miles west of North Tawton.
The church is kept unlocked during daylight hours. It is a fine medieval building with many unique features including two three-hares
Normal Sunday services throughout the month:
9.30am Morning Worship (informal, usually lay led)
9.30am Parish Communion (Prayer Book, trad., with robed choir)
6pm Evensong (Prayer Book, trad., with robed choir)
9.30am Parish Communion (Prayer Book, trad.)
9.30am Parish Communion (Common Worship)
Special services for Harvest, Plough Sunday, and St Andrew’s Patronal.