Exwick Community Church

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Welcome to ECC! 

Dedicated to seeking God and serving Him in our community

Sunday Worship

We meet on SUNDAY MORNINGS at 10:30am in the Exwick Parish Hall, Station Road. Communion is celebrated on the first Sunday of each month - all who love the Lord Jesus Christ are invited! For more information, please click here. 

Our MESSY CHURCH service happens on the second Sunday afternoon of each month. If you like activities and crafts, check it out!

Latest News

For all our news, events and dates, see our monthly Newsletters. If you would like to receive the Newsletters by email, and regular updates on our events, please complete the Form on our Newsletters page.

KIDS MATTER: A small group of mums, dads and carers of children aged 1-10 meets weekly on THURSDAYS, 1:15-2:45pm. The programme focuses on parental wellbeing and confidence, and equips parents with the tools to build strong relationships, giving their children the best chance to thrive in their families.

For more details, contact Debbie Carter at debbie.carter@ymcaexeter.org.uk 

A donation box is in the foyer of Exwick Parish Hall.

Exwick Community Church was 30 years old on EASTER SUNDAY!

ECC began on Easter Sunday, 1993. This Easter Sunday, 9th April, we celebrated our 30th Anniversary. We thanked God for His faithfulness to us through the years, enjoyed a bring-and-share lunch together, and tucked into this wonderful cake!

Preaching Series 

- The Beatitudes -

This spring/summer we are looking at the Beatitudes, the eight statements Jesus gave at the beginning of his Sermon on the Mount, statements which are said to be the most concise summary of what it means to be a follower of Jesus.

Listen to the Talks HERE

photo courtesy of K Adams on unsplash

Warm Spaces

Many thanks to EXETER CITY COUNCIL, who provided us with a Warm Spaces grant to help us put on extra 'mini Messy Church' sessions over the winter. Our regular Messy Church events will continue monthly, and of course Friday Friendship is open to everyone every Friday!

John Sumner visits Tek Ura, Albania

John Sumner visited Albania in early November, and was able to stop by the Tek Ura Centre in Tirana. This is the organisation we support, who are working with marginalised people, disabled children, the elderly, and struggling families. CLICK HERE to listen to John's talk, which he gave at the service on 27 November.

You might have seen on ‘BBC Spotlight’ 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.


As part of the Foodbank response, they are asking each church or community group to focus on specific items.  We have been asked if we can become the ‘Cleany Uppy’ Church and collect Washing-up Liquid and Laundry Pods (not bottled or powdered soap though!)


This doesn’t mean we can’t take anything else of course, and you can always get the latest list of items urgently needed from the foodbank website HERE.


There's a box in the Parish Hall foyer for collections together with a sign so please remember the Foodbank when you do your weekly shop. If you would prefer us to go shopping for you, we are happy to do that for you and any donations can be made via the Church Just Giving page HERE.  Please add a note to Marie to say it’s for the Foodbank or you can also place cash in the offering box on a Sunday Morning, again marked for the Foodbank.


Thank you all for supporting the Foodbank in the past. If you have any questions, please just ask! Graeme Salisbury

Pastor Peter is working from the Exwick Parish Hall Church Office. You can contact him by leaving a message in the Contact Us box, or drop by for a cup of coffee and a chat!

Check out our monthly NEWSLETTER to stay up to date -  CLICK HERE.

Recommended Books

We recommend ordering your books from Bridge Books, 3 Okehampton Street, Exeter.

You can now make a one-off or recurring gift to ECC in a safe  way. Just use this button, which will take you to the Secure Just Giving Website. You can also add Gift Aid if you are a tax payer.