“Welcome to St David’s Church, Exeter”

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

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 »

 
 

Coronavirus – Covid-19 – updated 08 July 2021

 
 
We are currently subject to National restrictions and subject to the roadmap out of these. We currently hold  our main services in church as detailed below.
 
Services will be held under the same restrictions as before, with the need to keep 48 hours between major services and restrictions on singing. Please avoid mingling or chatting in church but move outside if you would like to hold conversations to minimise any risks of transmission.
 
 
Sunday:
9.30- 10.30 am Parish Communion from St David’s (also streamed on Facebook and later on YouTube)
11-12 am Mass with  Cantor at St Michael’s
 
Thursday: 10.30am Holy Communion at St David’s
 
Prayer and worship will also be offered through St David’s Church, Exeter Facebook page and through our YouTube channel.  Current and earlier services can be accessed through the YouTube link button on this website.
 
If you come along to church please:
sanitise your hands when you enter and leave the church
record your name and contact details on the sheet provided
maintain a distance of 2 metres from other people
wear a face covering (unless exempt)

 

Online services available:

Sundays
Facebook live stream Parish Communion, posted later on YouTube

4pm Thrive: Zoom service

Tuesdays
9.30am Zoom for Morning Prayer
 
Wednesdays
10 am Live stream Mattins on St Michael’s Facebook Page

Thursdays

6pm Live stream Vespers on Friends of St Michael’s Facebook Page

Fridays
9.30am live stream Morning Prayer on St David’s Facebook page

Please contact us if you would like to receive our weekly parish notices with Zoom links
 
If you would like to speak to someone or to be phoned regularly by one of our pastoral team please let us know on 01392 660226 or by messaging our Facebook page.
 
May God bless you and keep you in good health and peace.
 
 

If you would like to request prayers please email us at vicar@stdavidschurchexeter.org.uk

For live streamed prayers and updates please see our Facebook Page – St David’s Church Exeter

Notices, Prayers and online services are also available  here

+May God bless you and give you his peace


The PCC has now agreed a Risk Assessment process to allow our buildings to be
used by a small number of trusted groups. The Risk Assessment is available for
scrutiny here.

Covid-19 Risk assessment form


Revised Nominal Electoral Roll

Prepared for the Annual Parochial Church Meeting

The current electoral roll is available for inspection and can be obtained by emailing electoralrollofficer@stdavidschurchexeter.org.uk


Normal 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. Children are welcome. We have a creche area towards the back of the church for parents with small children. On the 3rd Sunday in the month, we have a more informal, slightly shorter Family Service.

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


The latest Weekly News and Magazine

Newsletter for Sunday 10 October 2021 – Trinity 19

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Whats on in church -Calendar


Contact Us

List of telephone and email contact details »

Form for general enquiries »

More information about booking the Church or the Parish Room »


Safeguarding

If you have a concern about the safety of someone or the actions of someone working with children or vulnerable adults, please speak to someone:

 Mary Kirkland, Safeguarding Representative –  07872 626168

 Or the Exeter Diocesan Safeguarding Team – https://exeter.anglican.org/resources/safeguarding/safeguarding-team/

If you are a young person and you feel unhappy about something happening to you, you can call Childline on 0800 11 11.


The Church building

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.

The church building has recently undergone 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 step free access to our parish room and west door.

Find out more about our Transformation Project »

 

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