St Mary’s Walkhampton

Welcome to our church

St Mary’s church sits on a hill half a mile above the village of Walkhampton. Our church parish covers the village of Walkhampton, part of Dousland, Welltown and stretches across the moors to include Princetown and several outlying farms. We have a good team of volunteers who keep things running smoothly and a bellringing team for our 6 bells. We are proud of the strong links with our Church of England Primary School, Lady Modiford’s, which was founded in 1719.  The school regularly visit the church for services.

Our church has strong links with the community, with regular support at the weekly Saturday village market. Annual events include Remembrance Service with the Scout movement, carol singing in the village pub and a variety of social events. We are unique in being the only ‘living church’ that offers Champing in Devon. https://www.champing.co.uk/church/walkhampton-plymouth-st-mary-the-virgin/

We offer a warm welcome to parishioners and visitors alike. We boast ample parking, full accessibility toilet, Wi-Fi and kitchen facilities.

SERVICE TIMES                                                                                                           

1st Sunday  9.30  Order 1

2nd Sunday  9.30  Service of the Word

3rd Sunday   9.30   Order 1

4th Sunday  9.30   Morning Worship

When there is a 5th Sunday in the month we have a Mission Community Service in one of our six churches at 10.00 am.

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Forthcoming Walkhampton events can be found on the Calendar (Click on View All Events)

Churchwardens

WDMC Annual Report 2018

Click here  for a resume of those of this parish who lost their lives in WW1

History of St Mary’s

Selection of circular walks from our church –   intro  1 Mile   2 Miles    3 Miles   5 Miles  10 Miles

Find us on SatNav by putting in our postal code: – PL20 6JY

An interesting article about one of our former residents who is buried in the churchyard which is reproduced by kind permission of Dartmoor Magazine. For full details of this essential Dartmoor reading see www.dartmoormagazine.co.uk. This article is one of a continuing series:




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