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Sundays

10:30am Sundays Magdalen Court School, Exeter

We gather together every Sunday morning to sing songs of worship, hear news from across the church, pray and listen to a talk from the Bible.

The meeting starts at 10:30am, with coffee from 10am, and finishes around midday. Everyone is welcome at our Sunday Gatherings. Each week you will find some who are visiting church for the first time, with others who attend regularly. We are a group from different ages, backgrounds, traditions and cultures, at different stages of our journeys’ of faith. We offer age-specific classes to enable children to explore faith. Children go to these groups from 10:45am, led by our brilliant team of DBS-checked volunteers. Around 1/3 of our church family is under 10 years old!

Grace Kids

We run age-specific groups for children aged 0-11 during our Sunday gatherings. Over 50 children are a regular part of our children’s groups.

Children are in their groups for about an hour of our meeting. We use the excellent curriculum from The Gospel Project to explore the Christian faith. You will be directed when to take your children for registration and to collect them.

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Partnering with parents

We want to support all parents on this unique, challenging and wonderful journey of raising children. Find out how here.

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All our children’s workers are DBS-checked and we have a thorough Safeguarding policy which is implemented across all of our children’s activities.

Students

Seeing students realising their place in God’s reconciliation.

As students at a university ranked within the world’s top 1%, our belief is that Exeter University students have a huge amount to offer each other, the campus, the community at Grace Church, our city and in the future our region, nation and perhaps even the world!

As one of the churches with a passion for students in Exeter, we offer opportunities beyond our Sunday gatherings for students to find their unique niche in community life. Community Groups are the primary place for this, with students experiencing belonging, exploring faith and expressing God’s love for those around them.

Volunteering on teams across church life gives opportunities to build relationships, and to help create safe and welcoming environments where others can explore, experience and express God’s goodness. Finally, our equipping team is here to help students discover and develop their gifts and talents as they use them for the benefit of their neighbours and the Grace Church family.

If you’re looking for a student church in Exeter we’d love to help. You can contact our Student Worker Scott Pannell – scott@gracechurchexeter.org or find us on Facebook.

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Community Groups

Build friendships, grow in faith, and express God’s love those around you.

Typically, Community Groups are made up of around 15 to 30 people and will frequently socialise, study the Bible, share Communion, eat together and pray for each other. Every group is encouraged to consider and plan how it can bless and make a difference for particular groups of people or places in our city.

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Courses & Events

To support and strengthen our Community Groups, we run courses as needed. Sometimes these courses are taken by Community Groups, whilst on other occasions they are attended more broadly by church members and friends.

We receive teaching and further resources around important areas including prayer, parenting, life skills, handling suffering, work, theology, marriage, money management, faith foundations and leadership training from one another.

We draw on a wide range of people from within Grace Church and from the wider Church, using a mix of video teaching and other materials for discussion; in homes, coffee shops and other venues across the city.

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