Church of England Diocese of Exeter Lapford

These events occur regularly throughout the calendar year.

Sunday

COMMON WORSHIP EUCHARIST at 9.30am.

Every Fourth Sunday at 9:30 a.m. for 50m

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COMMON WORSHIP HOLY COMMUNION IN MODERN LANGUAGE. The service is conducted in a warm and welcoming atmosphere. When there is a baptism this takes place first and a shorter family friendly service is used to include all children present.

Stringent anti-Covid measures are in place, and no wine will be given. During the pandemic we are not using books, but hymns and text are projected onto a screen at the front of the church. We hum rather than sing the hymns, but we have a soloist who sings for us from a safe distance.
The QR code for phones is in the church porch. If you do not have the Track and Trace app, please give your name and contact details to the Churchwarden when asked.
Please sanitise your hands before entering the church, and on leaving, with the sanitiser in the church porch.

Wednesday

BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER HOLY COMMUNION.

Every Third Wednesday at 10:30 a.m. for 30m

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This service will not be held for the foreseeable future.

Sunday

COMMON WORSHIP MORNING PRAYER (modern language) at 9.30 a.m.

Every First, Second, Third, Fifth Sunday at 9:30 a.m. for 40m

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SERVICE IS LAY LED BY TRAINED MEMBERS OF THE CONGREGATION IN A WARM AND FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE. While the pandemic is on there will be no hymn-singing and no refreshments after the service, but we look forward to a time when these can resume. During the pandemic we are not using books, but hymns and text are projected onto a screen at the front of the church. We hum rather than sing the hymns, but we have a soloist who sings for us from a safe distance.
The QR code for phones is in the church porch. If you do not have the Track and Trace app, please give your name and contact details to the Churchwarden when asked.
Please sanitise your hands before entering the church, and on leaving, with the sanitiser in the church porch.