Good News: New minister for St Pancras

We are very pleased to announce that Rev. Lawrence Braschi will shortly be joining us as our new minister starting in January and we welcome Lawrence and his family.

Lawrence will be licensed at a service on Tuesday 15th January 2019 at 7pm

Friday Club for 4-11s

First Friday Friends

On the First Friday of each month, we provide a 2-course lunch with tea and coffee to folk in the local community for just £4.

We enjoy a chance to chat over a meal and have also appreciated a variety of speakers giving just a short 10-minute talk following the meal, for example, the Fire Service on safety in the home, a visit from 'Hearing dogs for the deaf', the work of  Mercy Ships and Shekinah Mission, as well as much-loved quizzes.  We sometimes have theme afternoons such as celebrating the Queen's birthday, Valentines Day and St David's Day.

This is open to anybody but if you would like to come please contact the church office or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to reserve your place. 

 

Knit-a-square

'St Pancras knitters' meet weekly to knit 8-inch squares providing much-needed blankets for the orphaned 'Street Children' in South Africa. 

We are always open to having new members, so for those interested, we meet every Wednesday from 2.30pm until 4pm in the cafe area or you can join in by donating wool (double knitting and bright colours) or gifts towards postage. 

Mission Action Plan


To download a PDF copy of our Mission Action Plan, please click the image of the front cover.

This document is a work-in-progress, which aims to provide vision and direction for leaders and church members of St. Pancras Church as we all seek to be people who are:

# Growing in Prayer
# Making New Disciples and
# Serving the People of Devon with Joy