St Peter's Church

St Peter's Church, Stoke Fleming, is Grade 2* listed and dates from the 13th century.  The tower stands 83 feet high at 400 feet above sea level, and was formerly a sea mark to help mariners navigate into the port of Dartmouth.

 

The church is situated adjacent to the South West Coast Path and therefore attracts many passing visitors interested in the history of the building, and to admire the magnificent views over Start Bay.   During Covid restrictions the church is open for prayer and meditation on Wednesdays between 10:00am and 4:00pm, and on Sundays after the morning's service until 4:00pm

 

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The parish of Stoke Fleming is part of the Coast and Country Benefice in Woodleigh Deanery in the Diocese of Exeter. The other Coast and Country Churches are St Michael's Strete, St Michael's Blackawton and St Andrew's East Allington.

 

Rector: Reverend Alison Shaw - 01803 770868‬

Service Times for  September and October

Sunday 19 September.  Trinity +16.  08.00 Holy Communion (BCP)

  11.00 Kingsbridge Bible Weekend Service at St Edmund's, Kingsbridge

 

Sunday 26 September.  Trinity +17.  11.00 Morning Worship.

 

Sunday 3 October.  Trinity + 18.  11.00 HARVEST FESTIVAL followed by

                                                                                        Coffee and Cake.

 

Sunday 10 October.  Trinity + 19.  11.00 Morning Worship.

 

Sunday 17 October.  Trinity + 20.  11.00 Communion by extension.

 

Sunday 24 October.  Bible Sunday.  11.00 Morning Worship.

 

Sunday 31 October.  4th before Advent.  11.00 United Benefice Holy

                                                                    Communion at Blackawton.

 

Normal Bellringing Times

Sundays:  10:15 (1st to 4th, 5th - variable)

Normal Practice Night:   Thursday at 19:30

 

Tower Captain: John Dietz - 01803 770515

 

As you may have heard, our church bellringers are now back in action, but have you ever thought about learning to ring our church bells yourself? 

 

Church bellringing has a long history in the UK; it is an art, an interesting hobby, and a team activity all at the same time. It requires good concentration and some mild physical effort, but if you are in reasonably good health, and can climb the thirty or so steps to the ringing chamber, that should not be a problem.  If you are interested in finding out more about our church bells, and would like to see them being rung or have a go yourself, please come and see us. Contact details and more information about ringing can be found HERE