Public Worship from 19th July 2020
We are very pleased to announce that both Milton Abbot and Lamerton Church's are now open for Public Worship, Holy Communion, on alternate Sundays at 11:00 am from the 19th July. Our remaining Churches are looking forward to opening in September. Details for each Sunday during August can be found here:
The decision to open has not been taken lightly and a great deal of preparation has taken place to ensure that everyone can worship safely.
Below is a letter giving guidance on how we can all safely worship together, please do read it before coming to Church.
Also, a short video has been prepared to further assist those who wish to attend services within Milton Abbot Parish Church.
If you are feeling vulnerable or shielding at home, the Sunday morning service will be recorded and uploaded to our website to view from 11:00 am each Sunday:
and can be accessed via our telephone service from 11:00 am each Sunday:
If you have any questions or comments, please do call me 01822 870298 or email at email@example.com
With Every Blessing,
The South Tamar Mission Community
'to grow in prayer, to make new disciples and to serve the people of Devon with joy'
Welcome to the website for the South Tamar Mission Community. Please look at the About us page to read a little more about who we are. New information will be added to the website weekly.
The Bishop of Exeter has taken a tour of his garden to illustrate the Diocese of Exeter’s four key aims for 2019.
In the video Bishop Robert outlines plans to help churches reach out to: children and families, young people aged 17 to 25, people over 55 and those on the fringes of church.
The four aims build on the diocese vision to: Grow in prayer, Make new disciples and Serve the People of Devon with joy.
So please do watch Bishop Robert take us on a tour of his garden to explain the four Diocese of Exeter aims for 2019 alongside interviews and footage of some of the amazing work being done by churches in Devon - Enjoy :-)
Please clich here for more information, including our own Benefice "Safeguarding Policy",along with our Diocesan "Parish Safeguarding Handbook".