St Peter’s Meavy

Welcome to our church

Our church lies at the heart of the old village of Meavy, next to the village inn, and overlooking the village green. Our Grade 1 listed building has some Norman remains but is mainly from C15th.  Our church parish covers the village of Meavy, part of Dousland, Yelverton, Clearbrook  and the hamlet of Lovaton together with several outlying farms. We have a varied pattern of services and are open to new ideas. 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 in the village who regularly visit the church for services.

St Peter’s lies at the heart of a vibrant community with a forward-looking congregation, which whilst proud to be part of the West Dartmoor Mission Community, is equally proud of our unique identity as the parish church serving our parish.

SERVICE TIMES
1st Sunday  10.45 Family Worship
2nd Sunday 10.45 Order 2
3rd Sunday  10.45 Morning Worship
4th Sunday  10.45 Order 1
When there is a 5th Sunday in the month we have a Mission Community Service in one of our 7 churches at 10.00 am. See either Around & About Magazine or our website rota for further details.

Portable ramps are now available to enable wheelchair access  into the church building. For weddings, baptisms and funerals please contact the Clergy  in advance if possible so that we may make arrangements to have the ramps ready for you. For usual Sunday services please speak to the  church sidesperson (welcomer) on duty at the door and we will do our best to assist. 

For details of events – click on the events tab at the top of the page.

For further details of our history click on the tab below and use the arrow key on the top left of your browser to return to this page.

Churchwardens

History of St Peter’s Church

WDMC Annual Report 2018

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

Find us on SatNav by putting in our postal code: – PL20 6PJ (note that most of the village use this code)