Our Mission is to be a church community that is welcoming, outward-looking and outward-reaching, rooted in prayer and worship.
We are an inclusive Anglican Church in the Catholic Tradition on the West side of the River Exe in Exeter. You are very welcome to join us at any of our services and events - please see 'What's On?' for details or explore our website and find out more about us and our team.
We meet in the church for Sung Eucharist at 10:30am on Sunday.
There is also a traditional service of Holy Communion in church every Wednesday at 10am.
More information, including prayers and readings for the day, can be found on the pewsheet, via the tab above.
The church is open from 10-3 Monday to Friday for anyone who would like to light a candle or say a prayer. The Community Fridge is also accessible during these times.
Lent, Holy Week, and Easter 2024
You are very welcome to join us for this important season of reflection, prayer, penitence and joy as we prepare for the resurrection of Jesus at Easter.The programme of worship and activities can be downloaded here.
Sunday Eucharists are in the Parish Hall until Palm Sunday at 10.30am, with a Zoom service in the evenings at 5pm.
You will need an Order of Service for Sunday evenings.
The Zoom link for Sunday evenings here
Warm Space is open in the church hall every Thursday 3-5pm, offering a friendly welcome and free refreshments for all.
In the wider community, we have joined together with local ministers from St Thomas Methodist Church, St Thomas Baptist Church and Riverside, and with many other local representatives to establish a Community Larder. The Community Larder supports people and families who are experiencing reduced incomes or who face challenging circumstances. Donations can be brought to church on Sunday mornings.
Finance & Fundraising
The church receives no central funding, so we are grateful for all forms of support, including financial.
To donate online please follow this link to our fundraising page.
You can find details of contributing to the restoration of St Thomas Church by joining the 200 Club monthly draw