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In Brief

Next Service:

24th October at 10:30 am.

Morning Prayer
(Bible Sunday)

The next village event will be Remembrance Service on 14th November 2021 at 10:00 AM in Village hall, then at the war memorial

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On Sunday 12th September 2021, Hugo Lynch was Christened at a service which had been delayed due to the pandemic. Here, Revd Shaun Christens Hugo at the font, held by his dad and accompanied by his brother, Arthur, held by mum Holly. Image courtesy of Charles Waldron 13th September 2021.
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Chris James led our service of Holy Communion on 25th July 2021, the first service held after the lifting of most Covid restrictions on 19th July. Image courtesy of Charles Waldron 25th July 2021.
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In Brief

Next Service:

24th October at 10:30 am.

Morning Prayer
(Bible Sunday)

The next village event will be Remembrance Service on 14th November 2021 at 10:00 AM in Village hall, then at the war memorial

Diocesan Magazine

Click here to visit the Exeter Diocese website

A link to the magazine is available on the Home page.

Safeguarding

View our Safeguarding policy

Diocese of Exeter Safeguarding contacts

Recent Images Highslide JS
On Sunday 12th September 2021, Hugo Lynch was Christened at a service which had been delayed due to the pandemic. Here, Revd Shaun Christens Hugo at the font, held by his dad and accompanied by his brother, Arthur, held by mum Holly. Image courtesy of Charles Waldron 13th September 2021.
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Chris James led our service of Holy Communion on 25th July 2021, the first service held after the lifting of most Covid restrictions on 19th July. Image courtesy of Charles Waldron 25th July 2021.
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Church Life

It might be tempting to imagine that the life of a rural church like ours would be confined just to Sunday morning services. This is not the case for the many members of the congregation of St Paul's who find themselves regularly involved in activities connected with the church. The work that they do helps to create a valued sense of community in the village associated with the church. These are a few examples of organisations or activities in which St Paul's Church members play important roles:

Organisations and Events

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Events Calendar
  • We have an active Mothers' Union which meets regularly, often in the village hall. They frequently invite a guest speaker to talk on a topic of interest.
  • The Landkey Horticultural Society provides a popular focus for its members to meet and discuss gardening tips and to purchase garden seeds at attractive prices. It also helps to host the annual Landkey village fete in July.
  • The church has close links with the village primary school and these include frequent talks to the children by Churchwarden Mrs Eileen MacCaig.
  • Church fund-raising events are organised periodically and their themes can sometimes be quite imaginative. One of the most memorable occurred after a Sunday morning service when our previous vicar, Revd. Peter Bowers, abseiled down the church spire in order to help raise much-needed church funds! His efforts were rewarded by a swelling of the church coffers!
  • Landkey United Fellowshipcomprises a group of Christians from various denominations which meets in Landkey Village Hall on the second Tuesday of each month. The meeting begins at 2:30pm and lasts for about an hour. A short session of worship involving hymns and prayer is followed by a 20-30 minute talk before tea and biscuits are served.

If you are interested in being involved in any of our church or village organisations or activities, please feel free to contact us. A list of contacts may be found on our "Contact Us" page.

Recent Events

Events associated with our church are often attended by someone with a camera at the ready to record the occasion and we are pleased to reproduce here a few of the more memorable ones to illustrate the life that is associated with St Paul's! In order to view them you need just to click on each picture. Enjoy the show!

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Sheep graze under a blue sky near the church at the end of May 2021. In church on Sunday 16th May 2021 Congregation members sang the final hymn outside the church on Easter Sunday 2021 Celandine flowers in St Paul's churchyard Daffodils in bloom near Harford Revd Shaun next to the church Christmas tree A Christmas wreath made by Josie Foster. Mike Foster lays a wreath on Remembrance Sunday, 2020 Tim and Chloe Chamings after their wedding on 17th October 2020 Wedding of Tim and Chloe Chamings - church decorations Josie Foster led our service on 4th October 2020 Advent service, 1st December 2019 Act of Remembrance, 10th November 2019