Coronavirus latest -
All public worship services are closed nationally until further notice. However, a Sunday morning worship from St Luke's will be streamed or uploaded - see below.
For a video message from the Bishop of Exeter, click here.

Worship at home - join in at home with Sunday morning's service at 10.45am from St Luke's using this link.
Morning Prayer booklets can be downloaded here.

Other resources for prayer and worship from the Church of England website can be found here

Prayer - please pray for Tom (Rector) and Laura (Curate) seeking to provide resources and care in the present very difficult time. Further details of prayer needs and some suggested prayers for use at this time can be found here.

Support and care - our church buildings may be shut, but care for those in our parishes continues to be a priority, both for those who are church members and for those who aren't. So do get in touch via the details on the Contact page. This also applies to the FOODBANK, which is not operating its usual Friday morning sessions.

For the monthly Rector's letter, (part of the monthly St Luke's News available in church),
please click here

Bee and Butterfly Haven at Holy Trinity Churchyard

Part of the churchyard at Holy Trinity is being allowed to grow to provide a haven for bees, butterflies, etc - click here for more information.

The Cabell Tomb at Holy Trinity Church
The historic Cabell Tomb, which stands next to Holy Trinity Church, has recently been restored, (grille and coving). Many legends have grown up about the tomb, mostly of very doubtful veracity, but a recently produced brief history can be found here.

Problems with the church roof and with Holy Trinity Church
Unfortunately we are experiencing problems with our church roof being prone to leaks. These have been evident for some time but are now getting worse, and we are exploring how to deal with this issue. A small committee was set up to examine the cause of the problem and to consider possible future action. The committee undertook initial engineering study work, which indicated the current roof technical design is unsuitable, requiring complete renewal of the roof covering to a new specification. Committing to this would require a major financial commitment, and so plans are on hold at present as we see how things develop. Further details will be released as they become clear.
In addition in late 2019 it was found that the top of the walls of the ruin of Holy Trinity Church are unstable. Until repair work can be done, signs have been erected to stop people entering the main part of the ruin, though the tower is safe and so the bells can continue to be rung.

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