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Our Mission Statement

Axmouth Church

Axmouth Church seeks to be a blessing to the village of Axmouth and have an impact in the wider world. We aim to do this through four areas - the church building, pastoral care, the Parish News and through just giving.

Recorded Services

Here is a recent recording of the kind we’d like to make available to anyone who cannot join us in church.  It consists of the main bit of the service, namely the first and second hymns with the Bible reading and the Talk in between.  Do let us know what you think.

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Axmouth Family Entertainment in the coming week!

Fri 30 Jun & Sat 1 Jul

Sunday 18th June

We were delighted to welcome Harry Eaton at the organ this morning.  He did a great job leading us with our hymns.  Hilary Harron conducted the service, Terry Barratt spoke on Luke 4: 1-15 and Pancha Barratt led our prayers.
You can hear a recording of the service now!  Just select the “Connect” button to the right of your screen.

Pentecost at Axmouth

We celebrated Pentecost with an inspiring service in which Terry Barratt spoke on John 20 vv 19-23, Kate Woolven led our worship and we marked two birthdays!

You can hear the service online (top right –>)

Christ is Risen

… He is Risen Indeed – Hallelujah

We were delighted to welcome so many to our joyful service this morning.  If you were unable to be there and would like to hear the service, please select it from the list to the right

Recording of Services

The latest recording is available in the column to the right

10:00 am: Palm Sunday Communion
Preceded by: Donkey Procession
Theme: The triumphal entry into Jerusalem
Reading: Matthew 21: 1-11
Leading: Hilary Harron, Speaking: Kate Woolven, Reading: Yvonne Zwaferink, Prayers: Elisabeth Stewart

Leon’s Fresh Bread

Clearing the churchyard: Sat 11 Mar

Members and Friends of St Michael’s Axmouth put in a hard day’s work converting a winter wilderness into a tidy spring churchyard. Axmouth Church is proud of its generous supporters and very grateful to them too.

Photo of their tea break below – or Click here to see them in video action!

Lent course: from Thu 2 Mar

Women’s World Day of Prayer joint service: Fri 3 Mar

Women’s World Day of Prayer – joint service
Topic –‘Am I being Unfair to You?’
Prepared by Christian women of the Philippines
at Uplyme Church: Friday 3 March 2017: 11-12.30pm
ALL WELCOME