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:

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.


New!    Around the Parishes

We are pleased to introduce a new monthly publication, "Around the Parishes". It can be downloaded here.


Our Main Worship 


Sunday January 26th

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


Sunday February 2nd

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


Sunday February 9th

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


Sunday February 16th

  • 08.00 ~ Holy Communion (said)
  • 09.30 ~ Third Sunday Eucharist


Sunday February 23rd

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




St Paul’s has registered with Eco Church and is working towards a bronze award.

To find out more see 



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 Parish Office on 01404 44035

·         Lyn Thatcher on 01404 41429

·         You could also contact the Diocesan Safeguarding Team at -

If you are a young person and you feel unhappy about something happening to you, you can call Childline on 0800 11 11.



The Village: - Buckerell is 3 miles west of Honiton and very rural with a population of approximately 200. Although the village does not have any public amenities, such as a village hall or shop, there is a very lively community spirit harnessed by a broad spectrum of dedicated people who organize a variety of activities throughout the year. In 2001 the Buckerell Community Association was set up to make plans for the Queen’s Golden Jubilee and it continues today to plan and organize the variety of events. Communication within the village is by means of the village e-mail network (with special provision made for those without internet access) and The Buckerell Bugle, a free quarterly newsletter which reviews and previews village events and activities.

The Church: The church is the focal point of the village. The building dates back to the 14th century and is of a simple style. The tower is a later edition and was built to replace an earlier bell turret, probably made of oak. The bell tower and organ loft is reached by an outside staircase near the west door. There is a clock with parts dating back at least to the 1750’s which has to be wound every 48 hours.

According to the Public Record Office dated 1553 the number of bells was then three, two of which were cast in the village in 1410. There are now six. The church building is opened by volunteers every day from 9.00 a.m. to 5.00 p.m. and holds approximately 90 when full. Box pews were added in about 1550 and remain to this day. There is an open churchyard which is maintained regularly by villagers and parishioners. The church is used for meetings and refreshments are offered after services at all festivals. The church has free access to all the community equipment when required.

The Congregation: Electoral Role 2011 = 26

Buckerell is a rural parish with a mixed population. There is no school in the village so children travel to Feniton and Awliscombe for Primary education and Honiton and Ottery St Mary for Secondary schooling. Buckerell provides one Foundation Governor for Feniton Primary School.

The Services – the normal pattern-

  • First Sunday of the month – 8.00 a.m. – Holy Communion 1662
  • Second Sunday of the month – 11.15 a.m. – Parish Eucharist
  • Third Sunday of the month – 11.15 a.m. – Family Eucharist
  • Fourth Sunday of the month – 11.15 a.m. – Morning Worship (Lay-Led)
  • If there is a fifth Sunday, a joint service is held at Awliscombe.
  • Two members of the PCC are licensed chalice bearers.


Church Life: There are several groups of volunteers who assist with running of the church;

  • Children and adults who help with the services
  • A team of flower arrangers
  • A group of clock winders
  • A team of bell ringers who combine with Awliscombe to provide practice for existing ringers and training for novices.
  • During the last five years there have been;
  • 14 baptisms
  • 5 marriages
  • 8 funerals


Mission: The parish is active within the Honiton Team Mission Community.

Our aim is to make people of all faiths or none feel welcome within the village. Charitable giving includes contributions voted on by the PCC, usually from the Harvest Festival, Christmas Day, and Remembrance Day collections. Special collections are made in response to natural disasters.

Our Annual Village Fete is run by the village for the sole benefit of the church and has enabled the Parish always to meet its Common Fund Payment in full.

As a Parish Church within a small village community, Church members try to provide a good example of faith and caring for everyone.