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Father’s Day Breakfast Service

Sunday 18th June, 10am at St Andrew’s Church, Colyton

Good Grief Tea and Chat -Tuesday 6th June

Yuanfan Yang Piano Concert

Coronation Events

Christian Aid Appeal 2023

May Good Grief Tea & Chat – Tuesday 9th May

Bishop Rowan Williams, Evensong 16th April

Bishop Rowan Williams

On Low Sunday, 16th April, Bishop Rowan Williams will be coming to preach at Evensong. Bishop Rowan is the former Archbishop of Canterbury and Master of Magdalene College, Cambridge. The Service will be at 6.30pm in St Andrew’s, followed by a reception in church. All welcome – bring your friends!

Introduction to Iconography

A change to our original week long course.

We are now holding a 10 week long, weekly evening class in the Sunday School Building in Colyton. Every Wednesday evening, 7pm – 9.30pm, starting on May 10th. A deposit of £35 for the initial materials outlay, followed by £25 each week thereafter. To book a place, please contact Cheryll Kinsley Potter at

Colyford – Donations for Refugees

Lent Course on Prayer 2023

Please click here for Canon Karen Curnock’s talk on ‘Praying the Eucharist’.

Please click here for Hetty Kothari’s talk on ‘Contemplative Prayer’.

Doves of peace in St Andrew’s Church

The doves are from Branscombe, Colyton and Musbury Primary Schools with prayers for peace written by the children.

Donations for Ukraine

Good Grief Tea & Chat, Tuesday 7th March

24 Hour Vigil for Peace

The Vigil starts on Sunday 26th at 11am. Following the parish Eucharist there will be a bring-and-share lunch in the Church and we shall be providing hospitality for local Ukrainian guests.  A letter of invitation can be found in English here and in translated into Ukrainian here.

We shall be praying not only for Ukraine, but for peace in all places currently experiencing war or conflict. It will also be an opportunity for people to come and offer prayer for themselves, families and communities, and whatever may be preventing or disturbing their own peace at this time.   Like every church, our churches in the Holyford Mission Community exist to facilitate and encourage prayer: they are spaces where people—no matter who they are, how they feel, or where they come from—can find themselves and God, and experience his light and his peace.

Friday Advent Reflections