THANK YOU FOR VISITING THE MORETON BENEFICE WEBSITE
Two prayers we may wish to use for a new year and a new decade –
A prayer from the Lutheran tradition
you have called your servants
to ventures of which we cannot see the ending,
by paths as yet untrodden,
through perils unknown.
Give us faith to go out with good courage,
not knowing where we go,
but only that your hand is leading us
and your love supporting us;
through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen
A prayer of Lancelot Andrews
I hand over to your care, Lord,
my soul and my body
my mind and thoughts
my prayers and my hopes
my health and my work
my life and my death
my parents and my family
my friends and my neighbours
my country and all people
today and for ever. Amen
For details of Sunday services, please click on SUNDAY SERVICES in the menu at the top of this page.
During lockdown, there are also always many services which can be followed on television and radio and online. The online services for our own group of parishes are available on the Chagford Church website (www.chagfordchurch.co.uk). Exeter Cathedral similarly provides on line services (www.exeter-cathedral.org.uk), as do many others.
All our benefice churches (except, at present, Moreton) are OPEN for private prayer and reflection, but check opening times given in the item under LATEST NEWS at the top left-hand side of this page – and note that, following Government guidelines, it is mandatory for clergy and congregations to wear face coverings when attending church services
If you are in need of any sort of help, please use the CONTACT button at the top of this page, and your message will be conveyed to the most appropriate person as soon as it is picked up – certainly the same day.
If the matter is sufficiently urgent and you would rather telephone, then please ring Lionel Holmes on 01647 440113.
We can put you in touch with a member of the ministry team, should you wish to discuss church or personal matters, find out more about online services – or just chat.
Let our churches inspire you!
The four parish churches and one chapel that comprise this benefice are all cultural icons of the communities they serve and are of considerable heritage importance.
Much more than that, however, except during the present emergency, they are also living centres of Christian worship, offering peace and solace to all who enter them, and the Good News of Jesus Christ – as relevant as ever to the needs of a turbulent world.
So please come and explore our website and find out more.
If you’d like some information about our Christian faith, please click here.
Many of the beautiful photographs taken for our website are the work of Mike Rego whose work may also be viewed on his website at http://www.mikerego.photography
St Andrew’s is a Fairtrade church