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Morning Prayer each day at 09.00

For other services and events, see the weekly Pew Leaflet  

 

Sunday August 20th

  • 08.00 ~ Holy Communion (said)
  • 09.30 ~ Parish Eucharist
  • No Evensong in August

 

Sunday August 27th

  • 08.00 ~ Holy Communion (said)
  • 09.30 ~ Parish Eucharist

 

Sunday September 3rd

  • 08.00 ~ Holy Communion (said)
  • 09.30 ~ Parish Eucharist
  • 20.00 ~ After Eight 

 

 Sunday September 10th

  • 08.00 ~ Holy Communion (said)
  • 09.30 ~ Parish Eucharist

 

Music

 

The Church has accommodated three organs since it was consecrated. The current organ was built by Kenneth Tickell & Co of Northampton and was installed at the end of 1999. To read more about the history of the organs at St Paul's please click here

Organ CD

The Kenneth Tickell Organ in Honiton. Now available on CD at £5.00 from the St Pauls Church Office, the Tourist Information Centre and Honiton Museum.

St Paul's Choir

A selection of the choir's medals

The choir at St Paul’s is always happy to welcome new members, both Juniors and Adults. This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

Choir practice is held on alternate Fridays from 6:45 to 7:45pm in the choir vestry.

Services

Junior and Adult choir members sing together regularly at the 9:30 am Sunday morning Eucharist and also at special services (for example: Christmas, Ash Wednesday, Easter, Harvest and Remembrance).

The Mission Community Evensong is held at 6:30 pm on the fourth Sunday of the month. Everyone is welcome to join the choir for this service, just come along to the practice on the day at 5:30 pm. Note that the service is held at each church in the Mission Community in turn; see the Pew Leaflet for details of where the service is to be held.

Reasons for joining

  • Joining a choir improves musical talent and introduces juniors and adults to new areas of music.
  • Junior members receive pocket money according to the number of practices and services attended. Senior members receive payment for weddings.
  • You make new friends and your confidence improves week by week.
  • Many of the existing members have achieved bronze and silver medals after taking exams with the Royal School of Church Music – but this is not obligatory.
  • While an ability to read music is useful, it is not essential. The main thing is to enjoy making music together with others.
  • We are a happy and fun church choir which is reflected in the strong friendships made and we are very loyal and enthusiastic.
  • Come along for a evening and see if this is something you would like to be part of – everyone will be made welcome!