We really desire to be accessible to all, especially with regards to disability, but history and medieval buildings make that a little difficult. One this Coronavirus has been overcome, we intend to keep streaming worship alongside our in-person services for all those unable to physically attend a Church – please see the Broadcast page of this website.
S. Cecilia’s Church is immediately Wheelchair Accessible and has a disabled toilet. S. Anne’s Church is Wheelchair Accessible through the Double Doors just beyond the Main Entrance which is unlocked during Services and has a disabled toilet. S. Mary’s Church is Wheelchair Accessible with 2 mins notice, as we can put down a ramp: Please call or text Fr Simon on 07976 802123 and he will make sure the ramp is down and has a disabled toilet. Unfortunately, S. Edward’s (built in 1215AD) is not Wheelchair Accessible at all, and has steep steps. There is no toilet or hearing support.
All our Churches have Large Print Hymn Books and Mass Cards available on request. S. Anne’s and S. Mary’s has a hearing loop.
If you have a Disability or Need which has not been addressed here, then please contact us and we will endeavor to accommodate you as soon as possible.
S. Mary the Virgin, Bickleigh
Worship at 11.15am on Sunday
Open daily during (roughly) daylight hours for space, quiet, to light a candle, pause and pray.
S. Edward, King & Martyr, Shaugh Prior
Worship at 9.30am on Sunday
Open daily during (roughly) daylight hours for space, quiet, to light a candle, pause and pray. The outer door sometimes sticks, give it a shove to get in.
S. Anne, Glenholt Road, Glenholt
Worship at 9.30am on a Sunday
also at 9.30am on a Thursday morning
The Silver Service takes place from 4pm on the 4th Sunday of the month with a tea and then a short act of worship.
S. Cecilia, Bickleigh Down CofE Primary School, School Road, Woolwell
Worship at 11am on Sunday
also Worship at 12.20pm on a Friday using an experimental child-friendly liturgy known as the Nursery Rhyme Mass