• Services of Commemoration

    As we enter a period of mourning for our Sovereign Lady Queen Elizabeth II, we are making some changes to our services over the next two weeks.

    Our services on the 11th and 18th September will be Services of Commemoration for the life of our late Sovereign Lady Queen Elizabeth II, and will be services of Holy Communion.

    Sunday 11th September
    10:30am – Sydenham Damerel - Holy Communion
    4:30pm – Milton Abbot – Holy Communion
    6:30pm – Coryton – Holy Communion

    Sunday 18th September
    9:30am – Marystowe - Holy Communion
    11:00am – Lamerton – Holy Communion


     

    "The death of the Queen represents a huge watershed in the life of our nation. Like the majority of the population, I cannot remember a time when Queen Elizabeth was not on the throne.

    She combined a strong sense of duty with a deep Christian faith. She had an extraordinary ability to generate goodwill by celebrating the work of ordinary people and charities, and by encouraging service to others. She was a very private person who was public property, someone whom the world over was held in great affection and esteem.

    This nation - and the Church of which she was head - owe her an enormous debt of gratitude."

    The Right Reverend Robert Atwell,

    Bishop of Exeter

     


    '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. 

    For details of our forthcoming services and events please go to our Calendar


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    Vision Next Steps 2021

    Our vision to Grow in prayer, make new disciples and serve the people of Devon with joy has been in place since 2016.

    In June 2021 we developed a Next Steps’ plan to help the diocese and its mission communities move forward from the pandemic in a way that is both creative and sustainable.

    We are currently holding a ‘Big Conversation’ about our Next Steps through our Archdeacons’ visitations and a planned series of webinars in the autumn of 2021 (dates tbc). 

    Watch this Next Steps video:


    Please click here for more information, including our Benefice "Safeguarding Policy", along with our Diocesan "Parish Safeguarding Handbook".

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