Church of England Diocese of Exeter Axmouth

These events occur regularly throughout the calendar year.

Friday

Friday Bible and Prayer Group

Every Friday at 9:30 a.m. for 1hr

Church Street, Axmouth SEATON

Every Friday morning in church at 9.30 for no more than an hour. This is an informal quiet time for those who would like prayer support for anything at all, or would like to learn more about the Bible’s answers to the realities of present-day life. Anyone can come and you will be most welcome.

Wednesday

Wednesday Get-Together

Every Wednesday at 10 a.m. for 20hr 9m

Church Street, Axmouth SEATON

This is for community and visitors alike. It’s held in the Village Hall, next to the Church, on Wednesday mornings from 10-12. You can expect a warm welcome, free tea/coffee and biscuits and a chance to sit down and chat, meet friends old and new, do our weekly quiz, have a go at the jigsaw puzzle, read the local paper or whatever you feel like doing. It’s run by a team of volunteers from Axmouth Church and the Village Community. Anyone is welcome, all ages are catered for and there is no charge. You can make a small contribution if you like but that’s entirely up to you.

Sunday

Holy Communion 1662

Every First Sunday at 8 a.m. for 30m

Church Street, Axmouth SEATON

We offer a monthly spoken Communion for those who appreciate the traditional Book of Common Prayer service. It is held at 8 am on the First Sunday of each month. The Revd John Newton presides.

Sunday

Sunday Morning Worship

Every Sunday at 10 a.m. for 1hr

Church Street, Axmouth SEATON

Our regular weekly service takes place in the church on Sunday mornings at 10 am. You will find the worship intimate, warm and friendly and the service theme is Bible-based. Most hymns and songs are taken from Complete Anglican Hymns Old and New. This book embraces contemporary material as well as many treasures from an earlier age.
Our service includes Holy Communion twice a month, on the 2nd and 4th Sundays, celebrated by the Revd Kate Woolven (vicar), the Revd Terry Barratt or other clergy. And we share a lay-led Agape Meal on the 5th Sunday of those months that have five.
We will always help look after children so please bring them.
We warmly invite you to stay after the service and chat over free coffee and biscuits.
Some of us also meet at 9.30 in the Bindon Chapel for pre-service prayer.