What’s on

This page lists future Circuit and church events.


Concert of Carols & Christmas music by
Clyst Valley Choral Society

at Littlemead Methodist Church,  Roundhouse Lane Exmouth

On Thurs Dec 20th at 4.00pm

Light refreshments in the interval

Tickets £4/£2 forchildren: from Julia, Janette or Marion at Littlemead

or pay at the door. Proceeds in aid of “Send a Cow”


Nativity Festival
on 15th and 22nd December
at Crediton Methodist Church

Last year we had 34 nativity sets on display.  These ranged from life size statues of Mary, Joseph and 3 Kings made out of cardboard boxes to a tiny nativity set in a matchbox.  There were all materials and sizes.  It proved to be a very successful event and we got lots of visitors from the town.

We are again planning a Nativity Festival – on 15th and 22nd December.  The church will be open from 10.00 am to 4.00pm on both days and refreshments will be served throughout the day, including soup & roll lunches.   We invite you to visit us and add to the display.


‘Around the Wall: Bend it like Bethlehem’.
The Easton Cowgirls Football Team presents the film of their 2017 football trip of a lifetime to Palestine on Saturday 5 January, 4.30pm, at Exeter Phoenix Arts Centre, Studio 74, Gandy Street, Exeter, EX4 3LS
More details here


Cuttack Sunday 3rd March 2019
Our District is linked with the diocese of Cuttack in India.
More details about Cuttack

Deacon Becky launches her second book.

Deacon Becky Lovatt launched her second book in Seaton on 11th July 2018.

 Beyond the Chocolate Window is a set of daily readings and meditations for Advent and Christmas, published by Onwards and Upwards. The event was held at the Owl and Pyramid Bookshop in Seaton.  Becky wrote the devotional work on her recent sabbatical.   Becky (seated) is pictured with long time friend Sara Holden who is the book’s illustrator.

Becky published her first book of meditations for Lent and Holy Week in 2013.  It was called In the Shadows Of Victory: Ride the Rollercoaster of Holy Week. Through the sales of this book she was able to raise funds for the Baby Special Care Unit at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading, in memory of their stillborn baby girl, Emerald.  Becky hails from Cornwall and is very proud of her roots.