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St. Pancras, Exeter

St. Pancras, Exeter

A small church in the heart of Exeter; of Saxon origin, still used for services and especially for private prayer and quiet.

Standard opening times: Usually open Mon-Sat 10am-4 pm.
Holy Communion (BCP) 2nd Sunday of the month. 8.00 am; Midweek Eucharist every Tuesday 1:15 pm.
Sacred Space, a led meditation group ...

Location: Exeter, Devon, United Kingdom

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St. Paul, West Wycombe

St. Paul, West Wycombe

A small Victorian church which is shared with a Serbian Orthodox congregation. The church features an iconostasis. A quiet oasis of peace and prayer which welcomes visitors and pilgrims. St. Paul's is not far from a busy road but feels a world away. Candles can be lit and prayers left, and often are. A very special place which is often ...

Location: West Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom

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St. Peter and St. Blaise, Somersal Herbert

St. Peter and St. Blaise, Somersal Herbert

A quiet church in the centre of a beautiful village welcomes visitors and pilgrims. There is a ministry of healing and renewal and the church is a place that is prayed in almost daily. There are Quiet Days for reflection and meditation on the first Saturday of the month from May to September. In the churchyard there is a simple labyrinth cut ...

Location: Ashbourne, Derbyshire, United Kingdom

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St. Tanwg, Llandanwg

St. Tanwg, Llandanwg

Known as "the church in the sand", St Tanwg's church is found nestled in the sand dunes, where the mountains meet the sea, at Llandanwg in North Wales. It is thought that it is one of the oldest places of continuous Christian worship in the UK and was probably founded by St Tanwg around 435AD. The existing building has been on the site ...

Location: Gwynedd, United Kingdom

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St. Tecwyn, Llandecwyn

St. Tecwyn, Llandecwyn

The ancient burial ground of Llandecwyn and its Victorian small Welsh church, which replaced a much older church in the 19th century, is on an ancient neolithic/bronze age way, now part of the newly signposted Ardudwy Way long distance path. Revd Jim Cotter started the Small Pilgrim Places Network at this church with magnificent views of Snowdonia ...

Location: Llandecwyn, United Kingdom

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St. Winwaloe, Gunwalloe

St. Winwaloe, Gunwalloe

The Church of the Storms! A 12th century church in a wild place of peace and beauty. It nestles out of the wind, beneath a rocky outcrop, beside a sandy beach where Atlantic rollers pound against the Lizard Peninsular. The church is on the site of St. Winwaloe's 6th century monastery.

Church services – 3 p.m. Sunday Holy Communion ...

Location: Gunwalloe, Cornwall, United Kingdom

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St. Winwaloe, Tremaine

St. Winwaloe, Tremaine

A place of simplicity and peace set amongst fields and trees and possessing a special atmosphere of quietness and with a true sense of a “thin place “ where the life of the spirit can seem truly close at hand.
One of the smallest and simplest churches in Cornwall, St. Winwaloe's originated in the 12th century when it was a chapel ...

Location: Launceston, Cornwall, United Kingdom

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