Morning Prayer each day at 09.00

For other services and events, see the weekly Pew Leaflet  

Further information can be found in our Leaflets or by contacting the Parish Office (normally open Monday to Friday 09.30 - 12.30):

99 High Street,  Honiton,  EX14 1PG               01404 44035    Email:

The Mackarness Hall is part of the church's facilities and is available to hire - for more information please see the website.

The Crypt, spaces within the church and on the forecourt are available to hire.

Please contact the Parish Office for all enquiries about bookings.


Our Main Worship


Sunday October 21st

  • 08.00 ~ Holy Communion (said)
  • 09.30 ~ Third Sunday Eucharist


Sunday October 28th

  • 08.00 ~ Holy Communion (said)
  • 09.30 ~ Parish Eucharist


Sunday November 4th

  • 08.00 ~ Holy Communion (said)
  • 09.30 ~ Parish Eucharist


Sunday November 11th


  • 08.00 ~ Holy Communion (said)
  • 09.30 ~ Parish Eucharist
  • 11.00 ~ Act of Remembrance (at the War Memorial)


Sunday November 18th

  • 08.00 ~ Holy Communion (said)
  • 09.30 ~ Third Sunday Eucharist



St Paul’s

Welcome to our website. 

You find us in the season of Sundays after Trinity - otherwise known as 'Ordinary Time'.  For half of the year, from Advent Sunday (four weeks before Christmas) until Pentecost (50 days after Easter), we have been focused on Jesus' birth, life, death and resurrection, and the sending of the Holy Spirit after he had ascended into heaven. 

While we are concentrating on these events, our attention is, at least in part, given to thinking about the way in which they affect our lives.  So, for example, at Christmas we might be thinking particularly about what it means to believe in a God who loves the world so much that he will take the risk of sending his son to live and die at our hands. At Easter we reflect on the power of God to overcome death and evil, and the fact that Jesus promised to all who put their trust in him that where he goes they too will follow.  

Now we're away from all those special events, we can turn our attention to what it means to be a disciple of Jesus, and to live out our faith in the world.  Ordinary Time is a good name for this part of the year, because it is undoubtedly in the everyday, ordinary ups and downs of our lives, and the lives of those around us, that we are called to make a difference by trying to live as Jesus taught us. 

Perhaps you've heard the phrase 'random acts of kindness'?  Practising random acts of kindness, of love, no matter how small or great,  whether it's for someone we know or a complete stranger, is one way that we can show others the love of Jesus in the everyday ordinariness of life.

With every blessing

Sue Roberts, Team Rector 



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.

We are part of a Mission Community with the villages of AwliscombeBuckerellCombe Raleigh and Gittisham.

St. Paul’s is on facebook. You can find all the latest news and updates on

Weekly Sunday Services

  • 8:00 am - Holy Communion (Traditional, said)
  • 9:30 am - Parish Eucharist

Monthly Sunday Services

  • Fourth Sunday 6:30 pm - Mission Community Evensong; this service rotates round the churches so please see the Pew leaflet for details.

For details of other services on weekdays and special occasions, see our weekly Pew Leaflet

The Kenneth Tickell Organ in Honiton. Now available on CD at £5.00 from the St Pauls Church Office, the Tourist Information Centre and Honiton Museum.