WELCOME to our group of four churches
on the eastern edge of Dartmoor.
TRINITY SUNDAY marked a watershed in the Church’s year. There follows a long period of what is referred to as ‘Ordinary Time’, taking us right up to Advent. The great events of Christ’s life have been celebrated and we now have a period of learning to understand how we are to live in the light of these events. We also continue to pray that God’s Holy Spirit, whose arrival we celebrated at Pentecost, may continue to direct both ourselves and our nation, along with the rest of the world – so much of it needing rescue and renewal, and the removal of the presence and power of evil.
IF YOU ARE IN NEED OF ANY SORT OF HELP
please use the button marked CONTACT US 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 or 07931 890255.
We can put you in touch with a member of the ministry team, should you wish to discuss church or personal matters – or just chat.
St Andrew’s Church held a prayer time for Ukraine when the aisle was lined with tea lights to show the power of light over the darkness prevailing over that nation – and over so many other areas of the world.
Our grateful thanks to all those who contributed so magnificently to the collection of items for Ukraine during Lent.
Every church in the Moreton benefice now has its own Facebook page where a quantity of recent information is to be found in addition to what appears on this website. They may be reached by clicking on the links below:
To locate our churches, the postcodes for each one may be found by clicking on SUNDAY SERVICES.
ALL OUR CHURCHES ARE OPEN for private prayer and reflection, but check opening times given in the item under QUICK LINKS at the top left-hand side of this page.
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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
A Fairtrade stall sells Fairtrade goods, mainly food, in church every second Sunday of the month