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Musbury Magazine

Musbury produces a Parish News Magazine quarterly which is distributed free to every household in the village. The magazine contains contributions from the church and all other local groups and societies, together with a diary of all scheduled events. The editors are Nick Raison (553525) and Jolly Sargent (552470).



Coronavirus: please check welcome page for details of services. The church is open on Sundays and Wednesdays for private prayer.

St Michael’s Parish Church, Musbury Following the architect’s advice, we are able to use the north side of the church. Those attending St Michael’s will be encouraged to use the West Door to enter the building. The PCC will be looking at the specification of works and the fundraising that will be required to repair the ceiling and replace any other loose sections.

Usual service pattern for St Michael’s Parish Church Musbury

Sunday Time Service
1st 10.00 Village Praise (All age)
2nd 11.15 Holy Communion (BCP)
3rd 11.15 Holy Communion
4th 3.30 / 6.30* Evening Prayer (BCP)
5th see calendar

* Evening prayer at 6.30 summer (March to Oct) and 3.30 winter (Nov to Feb)
Please check the  calendar for any changes to this pattern

Church Life

A very friendly welcome awaits all who come to St. Michael’s, whether it be for a Sunday service, a wedding, a funeral or another type of special event. The Sunday Services include a good variety of ways of worshiping, suiting the tastes of all the Musbury villagers.

The parish magazine containing news and articles about church and village life can be found online on the village website: Click here for the village website.

The Church has a close link with the primary school next door, even though it is not a Church School. They hold services in Church and many parents attend.

We have successfully held several Christmas Tree Festivals and Flower Festivals over the years which have involved many residents of the Village.

We hope to see you for coffee and chat on 2nd Wednesdays 10.30-12 in the Village Hall

Visit from the Dean of Exeter Cathedral

At Candlemas, Feb 2nd 2014, the Ven Jonathan Draper visited Holyford Mission Community for the first time, and preached at Evensong. An enlarged choir included singers from the other churches in the Mission Community and tea and cakes were served afterwards. The Dean and Chapter are the Patrons of Musbury and Holyford.

The Dean with the Rector and Churchwardens

The Dean with the Rector and Churchwardens