St. Martin & St. Mary Church, Chudleigh

Chudleigh Parish Church Devon

Welcome to the Chudleigh Parish Church website. We hope you will find this site useful. It contains a host of details about our church, its services, activities, and history as well as information concerning the local community.


See below for details of our Sunday Worship on the Internet.


Follow this link to Chudleigh Church’s Farewell to Rev. Paul Wimsett


To listen to our services again follow this link >  Internet Services

To find out more about our latest news please go to our > News Page

To see a copy of the August Chudleigh News follow this link > Chudleigh News

To see memories of Rev. Paul Wimsett’s ministry follow this link > Memories

Worship on Sunday

SERVICES ON SUNDAY 20th SEPTEMBER:

8am   Holy Communion (Prayer Book)

10.30am   Morning Worship & Annual Meeting
led by the Rural Dean, Preb. Mandy Rylands

The 10.30am service will vary week by week – with safe distancing

Please use hand sanitisers provided on entry and exit.

Following new government guidance face masks will need to be worn by everyone in church at all services

Where you can sit will vary from service to service, so please follow the instructions as you arrive

The 10.30 service will also be broadcast live via the internet for those who are unable to attend.

Follow this link: https://uk7.internet-radio.com/chudleighchurch
Please note this web link will only be live from 10.20 am on Sunday Morning.

Please return to this website to see up to date news about services

To listen to previous recordings of our Sunday services, visit our Internet Services Page.

Chudleigh Parish Church is now open for private prayer and reflection on Wednesdays 2pm-4pm,

Please use hand sanitisers provided on entry and exit, and observe social distancing guidelines.

We are working with others in the town to help the most vulnerable among us. The Town Council can be contacted for more information on tel 01626 853140 or email clerk@chudleigh-tc.gov.uk

If you would like to get in touch with us, our contact details can be found on this page: Contact Us.

Our Mission

In fellowship with GOD and one another, we aim to be:

  • A church where GOD through JESUS CHRIST is at the centre of all we seek to be and to do.
  • A church that, through prayer and the scriptures, is open to the guidance and power of the HOLY SPIRIT and acknowledges its need of GOD’s grace.
  • A church that comes together to worship, incorporating all ages, experience and knowledge.
  • A church whose worship encourages a sense of belonging to GOD and to one another, and affirms the worth and value of each individual.
  • A church that provides CHRISTIAN education and ministry appropriate to different ages, experience and knowledge.
  • A church that enables each member to develop and use their natural and spiritual gifts.
  • A church that lives and shares its faith so that others may come to the knowledge of the love of CHRIST.
  • A church that serves and influences the life of the local community.
  • A church that has a vision to support and pray for CHRISTIAN mission world-wide.
  • A church that co-operates with others to share practical care and love.

To find out more about the Christian Faith look here: https://christianity.org.uk

Keeping Everybody Safe

safeguarding

We want our church to be a safe place for everyone.

If you have a concern about the safety of someone or the actions of anyone working with children or vulnerable adults, please speak to a Safeguarding Representative.

If you are a young person and you feel unhappy about something happening to you, you can call Childline on tel 0800 11 11

Our Church Safeguarding Representative is Carole Grose, tel 01626 854457

To view our safeguarding policies and procedures please visit Chudleigh Parish Church Safeguarding

To see the Diocese of Exeter’s Safeguarding contacts, visit this page Safeguarding Contacts

Our Mission Partner

To find out about our mission partner  click here

Ruth Sayers Our CMS Mission Partner working in Devonport

Graveyard Survey

The church regularly receives enquiries from relatives seeking their ancestors.

We also have a number of gravestones, some of which are listed monuments, revealing a fascinating insight into our local history.

Use the online searchable database to help trace your ancestors, friends and relatives.

Graveyard Survey – Latest Graves Information