We are five Church of England parishes in and around Holsworthy, Devon
Thanks you for looking at this website, we hope you find it helpful.
It is with great joy that we have been given the green light to open churches and to have public worship.
St Peter and St Paul parish church, Holsworthy is open for personal prayer everyday. In time we hope to open up Pyworthy and Pancrasweek during the day and give access to Bridgerule and Hollacombe as people request.
Services will begin again from 12th July, starting with Holsworthy on Sundays at 11am.
All are welcome at our churches and on Zoom for worship. If you are well and are visiting a church building please follow the advise for your own safety and the safety of others.
If you are struggling with the pandemic or for any other reason, or would like more information please do be in touch.
Yours in Christ
Mother Elizabeth Burke, Priest-in-Charge
Mobile: 07990 978 485 Phone: Holsworthy 255490
Holsworthy Parish church is open during the day for personal prayer, on Sundays there is a service at 11am
Other worship and prayer is on Zoom
Sundays at 9.30am Morning Prayer on Zoom
Tuesdays at 7pm Contemplative prayer on Zoom
Wednesdays at 3pm Home Group on Zoom
Join us on the internet by computer or iPad/tablet or by phone
Go to the ONLINE CHURCH page for more information
It's easy to join in and everyone is welcome
Please support the COVID-19 Mutual Aid
If you have a concern about the safety of someone or the actions of someone working with children or vulnerable adults, please speak to someone:
- Holsworthy and Hollacombe - Sue Bumby 01409 254 023 and Helen Young 01409 259 345
- Bridgerule - Val Harris 01409 259 192 and Jacqueline Crocker 01288 381 534
- Pyworthy with Pancrasweek - Val Harris 01409 259 192
- The link to the Diocesan Safeguarding Team’s contact details -https://exeter.anglican.org/
If you are a young person and you feel unhappy about something happening to you, you can call Childline on 0800 11 11.
Holsworthy Online Zoom Servoce
Pretty Maid - St Peter's Fair
Holsworthy Church Link Page in Historic England