For other services and events, see the weekly Pew Leaflet
We are delighted to welcome you to the website of St. Paul’s Church, Honiton.
St Paul’s is in the centre of Honiton High Street and is the Parish Church serving the whole town. St Paul’s is always open during daylight hours and we welcome people to come in to the church to visit, look around, to pray, or just to be quiet.
On Tuesday and Saturday Mornings, to coincide with Honiton’s market days, we have a Coffee Morning between 10:00 am & 12:00 noon, and everyone is welcome.
There are also services which are less formal and which are aimed at families and younger members of the church. These are shown in the Young church section
For details of other services on weekdays and special occasions, see our weekly Pew Leaflet
Bible stories and activities for 0-5s and their carers. We will have stories and make things, with plenty of time for playing and chatting over a snack. £1 per child. Starting January in the Mackarness Hall 9.15—11.15 with the story of Creation.
Further details from Rose Church Children's Worker 41616 or Parish Office 44035.
London 2012 brought talented people to Britain . But did you know this happens every year? Thousands of bright young men and women come to study at our universities. Sadly, most have no contact with British people outside the campus. Some miss their families; many are curious about the real life of Britain . That’s why HOST arranges for them to spend a day, weekend or 3 days at Christmas as guests in hospitable homes. This is a great opportunity to get to know someone from another country, and help them to feel welcome. As a volunteer host, you could enjoy introducing a student of your choice to your way of life and perhaps to their very first Christmas. Please call Regional Organiser Duncan Smith on 01392 873354 or see www.hostuk.org.
A warm welcome to our website. This is an exciting development in our on-going mission which is enabling us to provide instant information for those seeking details of services, activities, and events, and also to point people towards what is happening in the life of the wider Diocese.
It is so good to be able to communicate in this way which is, after all, very much a part of the world of the 21st century! In every age Christians are called to proclaim the Gospel - the Good News of Jesus Christ - afresh in ways that are accessible to the society around them.
I hope that this website will prove a valuable tool in helping us to do that.