Exminster Methodist Church
Exminster Methodist Church, Main Road, Exminster EX6 8BT
Email exminstermethodists@yahoo.co.uk, Minister: Rev Julian Albrow, Telephone (01392) 255791




Forthcoming events:’



Friday 30th Service of Hymns, Prayer and Meditation March Led by Rev Julian Albrow

at 2.30 pm Followed by tea & Hot Cross Buns



Sunday 1st April at 10.30 am, led by Revd Dr David Keep

with Holy Communion

Includes transforming the cross with flowers

(Please bring a few cut flowers, if you are able)

For all ages Please join us on this special day


The Cross On Sundays through Lent we have been placing symbols on or under the rough cross and have been reminded by short bible readings of the events of Easter. We thank all those who have taken part in this way. At the Good Friday Service of meditation and reflection, led by Julian, we hope to be joined by a number friends from the Exeter Methodist churches and from the village. During the service, nails will be driven into the cross. On Easter Day you are invited to bring a flower or flowers to transform the cross. After the service, the cross is carried outside and placed by the road. We hope you can be there on this special day. Visitors are always very welcome.


Café Church contemporary style service is on 15th April (usually the third Sunday of the month), starting at 6.15 pm and finishing by 7.30 pm. Coffee/tea is served from 6.00 pm. If you would like to try a more contemporary style of worship, please come along and find out more.


Jesus and Me’ Club (Messy Church) is on Friday 27th April between 3.30 and 5.00 pm for craft, games, activities, stories and food. It’s for Children from age 4 to 11 accompanied by an adult to learn and discover more about Jesus and God’s love in a fun and interactive way. Details from Julian julian.albrow@btinternet.com


On Sunday 6th May 2018 at 10.30 am, in advance of Christian Aid Week, we welcome Canon Robin Murch from Dawlish who is going to speak about the work of Christian Aid.


To mark the end of Christian Aid Week, on Sunday 20th May at 6.30 pm, there is a Songs of Praise service being planned in our church. This will be an ecumenical service and we hope involve a number of Christians from our village.