South Huish
Covering the churches of Hope Cove and Galmpton villages

Part of the Benefice is two delightful churches, Holy Trinity Galmpton and St Clements, Hope Cove. These form part of the churches of what is know as the South Huish district.

Rev Faith Cully is the assistant priest based at Hope Cove.  A popular Book of Common Prayer Communion Service is held at Hope Cove at 8am on the Second and Fourth Sundays of the month.  At Galmpton a variety of different worship services alternate between 9.30am and 11am.  

Both church building are open during the day and visitors are welcome to come make a visit. Arrangements for weddings, baptisms and funerals can be directed to the vicar, Fr Daniel French or Rev Faith Cully. 

 

On the first Tuesday of the month at 10am at Holy Trinity, Galmpton there is a prayer meeting for healing. Everybody is warmly welcome to attend or if you wish we can take a prayer request.  Requests can be made via email to the vicar on cybervicar@gmail.com. All requests will be delt with in a spirit of confidentiality and sensitivity.  Prayer requests can also be left in the prayer box at St Clements Church, Hope Cove.  Christian spirituality testifies that God answers every prayer in His own way and knows each of us to the core.

Our hearts are restless
until the find
their rest in you O Lord.

St Agustine of Hippo
340-330 AD

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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