We worship God in a number of different ways and combine both traditional and modern forms in our Sunday service which always includes hymns and bible readings with some sort of explanation. Being part of a Methodist group of churches, our worship is enriched by visiting ministers and local (i.e. lay) preachers.
Our Minister - Revd Julian Albrow has lived in Exeter since 2012 he is also responsible for the Methodist church in St Thomas Exeter, Our Coast and Country Circuit Superintendent is Rev Steve Santry who is the minister for the Mint Methodist church.
Sunday Service at 10:30am see our circuit plan for who is preaching each week, this also shows the preachers for the other 25 churches in our Coast and Country Circuit. Our circuit is part of the Plymouth & Exeter District of the Methodist Church in Britain.
Prior to the pandemic, once a month our morning service was interpreted for the deaf as part of our effort to be accessible for all. Please get in touch if you could support INTERPRETING to enable this facility once more. We also have a highly recommended 'loop system', large print hymn books and access for wheelchairs, plus a disabled toilet in the church foyer and another in the halls.
Usually we use data projectors to display words of hymns,images and video clips, at other times we are more traditional.
Sharing and Nourishing
As a worshipping community we share our faith by celebrating the sacrament of Holy Communion, usually once a month, to which all (including children) are invited. We are also actively involved with the ecumenical CTaX - Christians Together across Exeter a member of Churches Together in Devon.