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Find a Church - The UK church directory   website
Church information on over 45,000 UK Christian churches,
with photo, map, description, contact details, and visitor information.

A Church Near You. Diocese of Exeter   website
A Church Near You contains information about parish churches and the services and events that take place there.

Appledore Baptist Church   website

Barnstaple Baptist Church   website
Boutport Street. Barnstaple

Bow Congregational Church   website

Bratton Fleming Parish Church   website

Chagford Gospel Church   website

Christian Fellowship Church   website
High Street. Ilfracombe

Christians Together in Bideford and District   website
Churches Directory

Church in the Community   website
A partnership involving the Anglican Church in the Parish of Georgeham and Croyde, the Baptist church in these two villages, the St George's Christian Activity Centre and the Christian Surfers UK.
St Georges Church, Georgeham   website
The earliest record is 1231, then 1261 as Ham St George.
St Marys Church, Croyde on Facebook   website

Emmanuel Church Ilfracombe   website
Methodist/URC Church

Exeter Cathedral   website
Exeter Cathedral, one of the great cathedrals of England, and one of the finest examples of Gothic architecture anywhere.

Grosvenor Church Barnstaple   website
Old Station Road, Barnstaple
Grosvenor Church Torrington   website
Every Sunday 4pm Great Torrington Bluecoat C of E Primary School, Borough Road, Great Torrington

Hatherleigh Community Church   website

Heanton Parish   website
A rural, coastal United Benefice. There are three parishes within the Benefice, Heanton Punchardon, Marwood, and West Down.
St. Michael & All Angels, Marwood   website
St. Calixtus Church West Down   website
St Augustines, Heanton Punchardon   website
a charismatic evangelical Church seeking to offer a variety of worship that includes Traditional, Modern, Taize, All Age Worship.
Commonwealth War Graves Commission
Heanton Punchardon (St. Augustine) Churchyard  
website
During the two world wars, the United Kingdom became an island fortress used for training troops and launching land, sea and air operations around the globe. There are more than 170,000 Commonwealth war graves in the United Kingdom, many being those of servicemen and women killed on active service, or who later succumbed to wounds. Others died in training accidents, or because of sickness or disease. The graves, many of them privately owned and marked by private memorials, will be found in more than 12,000 cemeteries and churchyards.
Heanton Punchardon was one mile from the Royal Air Force station at Chivenor and during the Second World War, this churchyard was enlarged to accommodate a war graves plot in the new ground.
The churchyard contains two burials of the First World War and 85 from the Second World War.
There are also 38 post war air force burials and one Italian war grave.

King Street Chapel. Tiverton   website

Lavington United Reformed Church. Bideford   website

St. Brannock's Church Braunton   website
A Church of England Parish Church
serving Braunton since AD 550
St. Anne's Saunton   website
St Hannahs. Braunton Burrows   website
Legend has it that a settlement once existed at the south end of Braunton Burrows, which went by the name of St Hannahs. It had a chapel, which was dedicated to St Anne and until 1860 the ruins of the chapel could apparently be seen, standing about a foot high where they emerged from the sand ...........
........ The only surviving piece of St Annes is perhaps a font, which was said to have been found on the Burrows. It stands on the entrance steps to another small chapel known also, appropriately, as St Annes which is located on the north side of the Saunton Road, near Saunton.

St. Hierithas Church, Chittlehampton   website
Anglican church in a small village community with a daughter church in the nearby village of Umberleigh

St Matthews Church, Lee   website

St Michael & All Angels Church. Great Torrington   website
The United Benefice of Great Torrington - comprised of
Great Torrington, Little Torrington, Frithelstock & Taddiport.
The Father Willis Organ   website
Great Torrington Church   website
Little Torrington Church   website
Taddiport Church.   website
Frithelstock Church.   website

St Paul's Church, Landkey   website
Mission Community   website
     St James the Apostle.Swimbridge   website
The Chapel of the Holy Name. Gunn
St Peter. West Buckland.

The Two Rivers Team of CofE Parishes   -0website
Parishes can be found within the beautiful countryside between the rivers Taw and Torridge
Alverdiscott  
website
Atherington  
website
Beaford  
website
High Bickington  
website
Horwood  
website
Huntshaw  
website
Newton Tracey  
website
Roborough  
website
St Giles in the Wood  
website
Tawstock  
website
Yarnscombe  
website

Three Coastal Parishes North Devon   website
St. Sabinus Parish Church of Woolacombe  
website
St. Marys Parish Church of Mortehoe  
website
St. Matthews Parish Church of Lee  
website

Tiverton Baptist Church   website

Trinity Church. Barnstaple   website
Trinity, a lively, informal, mission focused Anglican Church. Barbican Terrace. Barnstaple.

Umberleigh Christian Fellowship   website
an autonomous non-denominational local church, but part of the universal church

Westward Ho! Baptist Church   website

Whiddon Valley Evangelical Church, Barnstaple   website