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Morning Prayer each day at 09.00

For other services and events, see the weekly Pew Leaflet  

Further information can be found in our Leaflets or by contacting the Parish Office (normally open Monday to Friday 09.30 - 12.30).

99 High Street,  Honiton,  EX14 1PG               01404 44035    Email: office@honitoncofe.org

The Mackarness Hall is part of the church's facilities and is available to hire - for more information please see the website.

The Crypt, spaces within the church and on the forecourt are available to hire.

Please contact the Parish Office for all enquiries about bookings.

 

Our Main Worship 

 

Sunday March 24th

  • 08.00 ~ Holy Communion (said)
  • 09.30 ~ Parish Eucharist (incorporating the APCM)
  • 18.30 ~ Mission Community Evensong

 

Sunday March 31st

MOTHERING SUNDAY

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

 

Sunday April 7th

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

 

Sunday April 14th

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

 

 

 

SAFEGUARDING at St Paul's

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

·         The Rector, The Revd Sue Roberts 

·         The Parish Office (01404 44035);

·         You could also contact the Diocesan Safeguarding Team at - 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.

 

 

Prior to the building of St. Paul's, the medieval Parish Church of Honiton was St. Michael's, situated at the top of Church Hill, somewhat distant from the developing town. By the early 1830's it was felt that there was need for another church in the centre of the expanding community. Consequently the foundation stone of St. Paul's was laid on October 28th, 1835 and the building erected on the site of the old All Hallow's School chapel. This had been made available by the school whose buildings surrounded the new church. At Easter 1838 it was consecrated by Bishop Henry Philpotts of Exeter.

The church was built on a north/south axis and not east/west as usual. This is significant when considering the problems to be encountered by the second organ.