Welcome to St.Augustine's Church, Heanton Punchardon
in the North Taw Mission Community.
Our Mission Community partners are:
St Michael and All Angels Church, Marwood,
St. Calixtus Church, West Down,
St.George's Church, Georgeham, with St.Mary's Church Croyde.
St. Augustine's is also the parish church for RMB Chivenor and the village of Wrafton.
Events this Week
Saturday 2nd March
10:00 am -
Heanton Churchyard Clearup - CANCELLED
Sunday 3rd March
9:30 am -
West Down - Sunday Fellowship
9:30 am -
Marwood - Morning Worship
11:00 am -
Heanton - Holy Communion
Monday 4th March
9:30 am -
Heanton - Prayer Time
Tuesday 5th March
12:00 pm -
Tuesday Lunch Club at Wrafton Hall
We are an Evangelical Church with various forms of service. We have a choir with music and songs ranging from traditional to modern to suit the service and teaching.
All services from communion to informal celebration are based on teaching the gospel.
Most services are held in church but once a month we meet in the Hall for a more informal gathering. There is always coffee and biscuits and a chance to chat and meet new friends.
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Whom have I in heaven but you? And earth has nothing I desire besides you. My flesh and my heart may fail, but God is the strength of my heart and my portion forever. Psalm 73:25-26 01/03/2024
Church services have returned to normal but Holy Communion will continue to be offered by simultaneous distribution i.e. the priest will dip the wafer in the wine before placing into the hands of the communicant.
Details of Sunday service dates and times are listed in the calendar. There is also a weekly time for prayer on Monday mornings at 9:30am in Heanton Church.
For enquiries regarding baptisms, weddings and funerals contact:
Baptisms usually take place during Morning Praise.
A weekly Lunch club in the church hall is a part of our involvement within the wider community.
Weekly house groups provide an informal method of learning God's will and growing his relationship with each of us. Prayer meetings, informal lunches add to our sense of fellowship.
Church buildings are a valuable resource used for hosting village events, giving many the opportunity to come and meet us in a relaxed informal way.
We are on the top of the hill overlooking the Taw estuary with magnificent views from Barnstaple to Hartland to Lundy. Come and visit us to enjoy the view, pause at the war graves, and then pop into the church.
Safety & Safeguarding
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:
The Parish Safeguarding Representative is:- Rev. Margaret Cranston
The Parish safeguarding Contact Number is:- 01271 813295