Church of England Diocese of Exeter Brixham

St Mary's Brixham

The Ancient Parish Church is probably the third on this site of a Celtic Burial Ground.It is assumed that Christian Saxons settled here shortly after 926AD

The wooden Saxon Church was succeeded by a Norman Church 14feet wide with walls 28 inches thick, the foundations of which were discovered in January 1892 when excavations were made to install hot water pipes.

The actual date of the building the present St Marys is not recorded but the pillars are so close in design to those in Totnes Church (known to have been in the course of construction in 1432)that many experts think the  two churchs had the same architect

Get in touch

Rev John Gay

13 Walborough Road Brixham Devon

Services Suspended

Every day at midnight

St Mary's Square
Brixham

Our usual services won't be happening (in line with Church of England advice from Government and Public Health England to suspend services because of the Corona virus) but we will be sharing different ways you can worship and pray from home in the coming days and weeks.

For now, here are some more details and a message from one of our Bishops: https://exeter.anglican.org/doing-church-differently-but-not-shutting-up-shop