“Welcome to St David’s Church, Exeter”

We are an inclusive Anglican Church and look forward to welcoming you

Our building was designed by W D Caroe and commissioned by Revd C J Valpy French. It was consecrated by the Bishop of Exeter on the 9th January 1900.

The Waterloo hero Alexander Cavalie Mercer is buried in our graveyard.

At present, the church building is undergoing a transformation, with much-needed repairs to the west end, and a remodelling of the interior to create a warm, open, welcoming space.
Our west door is now open and accessible for everyone to use. The new path also provides level access to our parish room.

Find out more about our Transformation Project »


Full programme of events at the church as part of St David’s Big Bash @ St David’s Church
including, a talk by Caradoc Doy on The Veitch Nurseries of Exeter and Chelsea. See some of the Roman tile found during our recent excavations with Jenny Durrant. A talk by Jeremy about our beautiful Victorian glass window. Veitch Lamp Post Trail Tours with Gina Richards and more…..

Service Times

All are welcome to join us for worship.

The main service on Sundays is at 9.30am. Most weeks we have Parish Communion with Junior Church. On the 3rd Sunday in the month, we have a more informal, slightly shorter Family Service with the children in church throughout.

More about our worship, including other services on Sunday and during the week »

Contact Us

List of telephone and email contact details »

Form for general enquiries »

More information about booking the Church or the Parish Room »

Where to Find Us

The address of St David’s Church is Queen’s Terrace, Exeter EX4 4HR.

More about how to find us, public transport, and parking »

The latest Weekly News and Magazine

Parish Magazine New Leaves June 17

28 May 2017 9:20 am

New Leaves June 17 Download our parish magazine New Leaves June 2017 If you would like to send us an article for the magazine please sent it to our editorial team @ newleavesnews@gmail.com

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