St David’s Blessing
Be joyful, keep your faith and your creed, and do the little things you have seen and heard me do.
St David’s Church Ashprington
St David’s Church Ashprington is one of nine churches in the Totnes mission community. The church in Ashprington stands on rising ground above the centre of the village it serves. Most of its current structure dates from the Middle Ages with later additions in Victorian times.
Whatever your denomination or faith you are more than welcome to visit St David’s church, to pray, to meditate, to simply find a quiet time apart or to join us in one of our services. The church is open most days from 10.00 am to 6.00 pm.
Church services in Ashprington will be as follows for the next 3 months September to November 2020 but please watch this website for any changes.
- 1st Sunday 11.15am Holy Communion
- 2nd Sunday 11.15am Village Worship
- 3rd Sunday 11.15am Communion by Extension
- 4th Sunday 9.15am St Peter’s, Cornworthy, Joint Village Worship
Christmas may be different this year but St David’s Church would like to celebrate to the best of its ability and plans the following events to which we invite all who would like to join us.
Saturday, 19th December
4.00pm – Carol Service for Families and Children
6.00pm – Carol Service with Readings and Music
Please book your place by contacting Kathi by email [email protected] or phone 01803 732437 and leave a message. Numbers are unfortunately limited.
Between 3.00pm – 5.00pm the church will be open for Personal Reflection. Come, light a candle, enjoy a moment of stillness and may the peace of Christmas lift your spirits.
More details will be posted around the village and on this website by mid-December.
There will be no services during November due to lock-down but St David’s Church Ashprington is open for Private Prayer and Reflection all week from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m even during November. Please follow the hygiene and safety instructions and procedures within the South Porch and Church.
8/11/2020 Remembrance Sunday
Villagers met at the War Memorial at 10:50am for a short Act of Remembrance lead by Liz Waterson. No service followed due to Covid lockdown but people were invited to follow a route of remembrance from the Lych Gate through the church with the “there but not there” transparent figures of Ashprington-fallen in their places with their names and a brief description. At intervals on this route of remembrance there was a prayer or meditation to read. The wooden crosses from the war memorial lined the path to the church.
Totnes Mission Community Newsletter
26 November 2020
SafeGuarding – If you are concerned about the safety of anyone in the community or if you are concerned about the actions of someone working with children or vulnerable adults please bring your concern to our safeguarding officer Laurence Green 01803 732 437.
If you are a young person and unhappy about something happening to you please call Childline 0800 11 11.