Welcome to Sampford Peverell Team Mission Community

Services coming up - for more information go to December Services

Tuesday 10th December

10.00 - 12.00 Quiet Morning at Millhouse Retreats Lynne Chitty

Friday 13th December

6.30pm Carol Service with School Burlescombe Revd Glyn Lewry

Sunday 15th December – 3rd Sunday of Advent

9.30 Holy Communion (CW) Burlescombe Revd Christopher Rowley9.30 Holy Communion (CW) Sampford Peverell Revd Glyn Lewry10.00 Halberton Sundaze Nativity Special Meet at the Methodist church and walk to St Andrew's and learn more about the Nativity11.00 Christingle Service Uplowman Revd Glyn Lewry6.30 Evensong +HC Holcombe Rogus Revd Christopher Rowley

10.00 Holy Communion Every Thursday Sampford Peverell 8.30 Morning Prayer Every Friday Sampford Peverell

Carol Services in the Team

Burlescombe 6.30pm Friday 13th DecemberHalberton 7.00pm Friday 19th DecemberHockworthy 4.00pm Sunday 22nd DecemberHolcombe Rogus 6.30pm Sunday 22nd DecemberSampford Peverell 6.00pm Sunday 22nd DecemberUplowman 11.00am Sunday 15th December (Christingle)

What's happening? - for more events go to the What's On page

Our Vision

To receive God’s love, to deepen our understanding of God’s love, and to share this understanding with our communities of Burlescombe, Halberton, Hockworthy, Holcombe Rogus, Sampford Peverell and Uplowman

Diocese of Exeter

Growing in Prayer

Prayer is a life-giving activity that opens up deep places within us to God’s transforming grace. Growing in prayer is essential if we are to become the people and the Church God calls us to be.

Making new disciples

As the Christian story is less and less known, we must find new ways of telling the story, of explaining the faith and giving a reason for the hope that is in us. With Jesus Christ as our companion and guide we can travel through life differently.

Serving the people of Devon with joy

As followers of Jesus Christ, we want to make a difference in the world and make God’s love and justice known. In our church life we seek to be local, participatory and outward looking.