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 roof bosses.
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.
Normal Sunday services throughout the month:
1st Sunday: 9.30pm Morning Worship (informal, usually lay led)
2nd Sunday: 9.30pm Parish Communion (Prayer Book, traditional, with robed choir)
3rd Sunday: 6pm Evensong (Prayer Book, traditional, with robed choir)
4th Sunday: 9.30am Parish Communion (Prayer Book, traditional)
5th Sunday: 9.30am Parish Communion (Common Worship)
Special services for Harvest, Plough Sunday, and St Andrew’s Patronal.