Services being held across the Mission Community

As restrictions are eased during lockdown because of COVID-19 our Mission Community Eucharist will be held in Ermington Church each Sunday morning at 9.30am. Numbers are RESTRICTED  and you need to book in advance. Please contact the Churchwardens Peter or Lesley Thurley to book from Thursdays each week prior to the Sunday. 

Our Evening Services are at 4.30pm and are being held in different churches throughout the month on a rota.  Please check the calendar or the PDF attached and contact the relevant Churchwarden by phone or email as numbers are RESTRICTED especially in our smaller churches.

Our Midweek Mission Community Eucharist is at Diptford Church every Wednesday at 10.30am. Again, numbers are RESTRICTED so please contact the Churchwardens or email: diptford@3rivers.org.uk. We also have services across our Benefice which can be accessed online or by phone. These are proving very popular in our rural communities. 

Please note that any or all of these services MAY CHANGE depending upon up to date Government Guidance.

 For more information please email Revd David Sayle on parish_sayle@me.com. Alternatively, you can telephone 01548 821199.


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Diptford Parochial C of E Primary School
Our Primary school uses the church at least once a week for assemblies, and plays and concerts are staged on regular basis; also special Easter and Christmas services are well attended. 
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St. Mary the Virgin is a medieval structure and the first Rector was appointed in 1226, with the 19 year old monarch Henry III as Patron.
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