Study Groups

The activities below are geared towards adults and older teenagers. The Mission Community has a Children's and Youth Pastor who organises educational and social activities for youngsters. These are listed on our Youth page.

Sidmouth Parish Church: Home Groups,
Monday afternoon group meets every two weeks: contact Joy Peers on 579781
Monday evening group meets twice a month, normally on the first and third Mondays: contact Reverend David Scrace.
Next study groups will be start on October 7th at 3pm & 7:30pm for four weeks to discuss material from the Our Fragile Earth lectures. These groups will be open to all.

All Saints' Sidmouth: Home Groups,
House Groups are an important part of All Saints church, offering the opportunity for group study and discussion of the Bible and the Christian life, care and support to the members, as well as social events. We have 15 groups catering for a wide range of needs. To find out more please contact Brenda Richards on 516241 or send her an e-mail at

St Peter's, Sidford: Regular Bible Study Group
Countless millions of words have been written about Christianity, but the fundamental source of our understanding comes from the Bible, particularly the four Gospels in the New Testament. A greater knowledge of the texts enhances the experience of Christian worship.
A Bible Study group meets, usually fortnightly on Tuesdays, at 10.30am. If you would like to join them, you would be most welcome. Please telephone Janice Salway on 01395 514862 for details and the venue for the next meeting.

St Peters, Sidford: Prayer Group
The Prayer Group meet every fortnight on the alternate Tuesday to the Bible Group, at 10am. This is an opportunity to meet with other people to pray about mutual and individual concerns. Just turn up at St. Peter's Church, Sidford for a warm welcome.

All St Peter's and St Giles group meeting dates are listed on the combined calendar that can be seen on either of the respective church pages.

Diocese of Exeter
In addition to the local initiatives listed here, the Diocese of Exeter website has useful information about the nature of Christianity, and details of special celebrations such as weddings and baptisms.