Welcome to ECC!
Part of God's Church in Exeter
You might have seen on ‘BBC Spotlight’ last week a short snippet featuring Mark, the Exeter Foodbank Manager. It was part of an item on the ‘cost of living’ crisis and Mark was saying that donations to the Foodbank have also dropped significantly as a result.
THE GATHERING: a fabulous weekend for men will be taking place IN A FIELD NEAR SWINDON, June 24-26.
THEME THIS TERM - Spring 2022: “A love letter to the church”
To listen to the talks, go to our Talks page.
Appeal for refugees from the war in Ukraine
STREET PASTORS: Ben Keenan gave a testimony in the Sunday morning service on 30 Jan. of how God is working through Street Pastors in Exeter. His talk is included in the recording for this Sunday. Go to this link to listen!
SPREE: This is an exciting weekend of camping, fun, games and spiritual challenge for young people aged 8 to 17, and is happening at Shobrooke Park (Crediton) from 24 to 26 June 2022.
Ten young people and four leaders are going from Exwick Community Church. Please pray for them that they'll have a lot of fun, develop good relationships, stay safe and learn more about God's love for them.
CLICK HERE to go to our YouTube channel, where you can view our online services from April 2020 to July 2021.
Pastor Peter is working from the Exwick Parish Hall Church Office. Please contact him on 07909 134066 (m) or 01392 834988 (h).
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The Cross and the Switchblade - by David Wilkerson. The dramatic and inspiring true story of a small town minister called to help inner city kids everyone else believed were beyond hope.
The Bible in One Year - by Nicky Gumbel. Read the whole Bible in 365 days. Get the book, app, or podcast. Click here: Bible in One Year.
The Heavenly Man - by Brother Yun. Brother Yun is one of China's house church leaders, a man who despite his relative youth has suffered prolonged torture and imprisonment for his faith. Instead of focusing on the many miracles or experiences of suffering, however, Yun prefers to emphasise the character and beauty of Jesus.