Facilities and features


Church use of car-park every Sunday

Through Wagstaffe Gate

Hearing (induction) Loop
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Our Building

The church building is open most days during daylight hours.

Grade 1 listed, the building is basically 15th C. with major alterations made in the 19th C.
Walls in the chancel are believed from an earlier 12th/13th C. church.

Music and Worship

We have an excellent set of eight bells and a very active team of bell-ringers. Anyone interested in joining them or learning how to ring would be most welcome.
Practice evening is on Tuesdays.

We often host musical events. On the first Thursday of the month (except December and January) we have a 45 minute musical concert featuring different local musicians at 12 noon. There is tea/coffee afterwards. This if free of change (donations welcome).


We have a short service of Holy Communion at 8.30am on Sundays, approximately fortnightly, on those Sundays when there is no Holy Communion at the later 11am service.

We have an enthusiastic choir who support congregational hymn-singing. New members are very welcome! No experience necessary.

Groups, Courses and Activities

Nurture Courses

On the first Saturday of every month between 10am and 12 noon. Come for a chat, or meet new people, and to browse our bric-a-brac stall. This is all free of charge (donations welcome).

We hold several community events throughout the year.

Our Mothers' Union meets monthly on the 2nd Thursday of the month in the Church Hall.

Help for Visitors

Guidebooks / Notes

Monday to Saturday: throughout the year you will find the church open from about 8am until about 4pm.                                                         
​Sunday: open for the regular church services, then remains so until about 4pm during British Summer Time. During the winter months (GMT) it will usually be closed after the 11am service ie, about 12.30pm.

Other Features

The Northern Devon foodbank covers an area of 800 square miles, making it the biggest area for any foodbank  in the country. 
There is a local distribution centre in South Molton.
We provide a location where items for the foodbank can be left.

Conservation Area

Our church hall is located in Duke Street, South Molton.
​If wishing to make a booking, in the first instance please enquire as to availability.
Go to our website for details​ where you can download a copy of our booking form, along with the Terms and Conditions under which the Hall is hired.