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Welcome to the Church of England in Devon

In line with Government guidance regarding Covid-19 restrictions, the Diocesan Offices are now closed, and employees will be working from home until further notice. We will endeavour to respond to any enquiries as quickly as possible.

For general enquiries email us or call 01392 294940. Click here for a list of staff members and contact details.

The Diocese of Exeter is part of the Church of England. We are a community of more than 25,000 people who come together in churches large and small, all over the county of Devon. We offer a Christian presence in every community – this means we offer support and prayer, worship and friendship, as well as practical help for those in need through our involvement in all sorts of  projects from foodbanks to credit unions.

Come and experience what our churches can offer you. Find your local church here.

You can also keep up with news and events by following us on Facebook or Twitter. 

Register below to receive the Roots Email Bulletin from the Diocese of Exeter with the latest news, events and vacancies from the Church of England in Devon.

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Our Vision

Growing in prayer, Making new disciples, Serving the people of Devon with joy
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Email Bulletin

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Events & Training

Share and find the latest local, regional and national events.
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Latest News

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Here you can download resources and documents for parishes, including HR
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Diocesan Directory

Search the Diocesan Directory.
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Magazine & Prayer Diary

Open up or download the monthly prayer diary and magazine
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Find a church

Click here to find your nearest church or to get in touch?
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Information on safeguarding children and vulnerable adults, including DBS applications.
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