• Holy Trinity Church
    Holy Trinity is a beautiful Victorian / Edwardian
    church, with extensive grounds, which also hosts
    the mission community office.
    The coffee bar is open every morning and we have
    a well equipped hall which can be used for a
    wide range of activities.

    Worship is centred on the Eucharist and with
    more informal services too.
    Central to Holy Trinity is serving the town centre
    and links with the Beacon School.
    Directions
  • Littleham Church
    St Margaret & St Andrew’s, Littleham,
    is an outward looking and lively church.

    The beautiful church building dates from 1236,
    surrounded by a large open churchyard including
    the tomb of Lady Nelson.

    We offer a wide range of worship; friendly pastoral
    care; and vibrant youth & family work including
    the Chill youth club & links with Littleham school. Directions
  • Lympstone Church
    The church is a lovely village church, with six bells,
    which seeks to serve the local community as a
    base not only for a wide range of worship and
    pastoral care, but also is used by many
    organisations in particular Lympstone School
    and for concerts.

    There has been a church on this site since the
    12th century, with the tower dating to 1409 and
    the rest rebuilt in 1864, with more recent
    modernisation at the west end.
    Directions

Pastoral Care


Pastoral care for anyone living in the Mission Community.

The clergy team are also happy to talk or visit you if you live in the Mission Community, irrespective of whether you are a church goer or indeed whatever your faith or beliefs. Please contact the mission community office 01395 263681 if you would like to talk to one of the clergy, or use the Contact Page here!


Pastoral Link Scheme - care for members of the church family.

Caring for one another is a key part of being a Christian community, as we seek to follow the example of Jesus and of the early church. The clergy of the mission community are assisted in their ministry of pastoral care by a team of pastoral link visitors. Each visitor has pastoral oversight for around six members of the congregation or members who are now housebound or in care homes but who wish to retain their links with the church.


Some members of the congregation enjoy being visited in their own homes, some prefer a friendly chat in church or over the telephone and all receive four letters a year written by different church members on widely varying topics.


This pastoral link scheme runs in the parish of Littleham-cum-Exmouth. Lympstone has its own pastoral scheme and details of this can be found on the Lympstone church pages.