Church

The Salvation Army in Exeter exists to please God and make Jesus known

What's On

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Sundays

  • 9:40am Prayer Meeting

  • 10:30am - 12pm Morning Worship

    • Creche room available if required.

    • Meeting followed by coffee fellowship for everyone

  • 1pm Community lunch

    • for those in need, served in our community hall

  • 3:30pm Messy Church - last Sunday of each month

 

Weekdays

  • Monday​

    • 10am Craft Group in Coffee Lounge
    • 10am Little Treasures
      • Parent and Toddler group in Community Hall

      • Please contact for more information

  • Tuesday

    • 2:15pm Mid Week Worship in main hall
      • Weekly fellowship and worship open to all
  • Wednesday

    • 10am Little Treasures
      • Parent and Toddler group in Community Hall

      • Please contact for more information

    • 2:45pm Women's Fellowship
      • 2nd Wednesday of the month only

      • Please contact for more information

 

If you are interested in any of these activities please contact us: Tel: 01392 216 553

Parking

If you are travelling to Exeter on holiday or to visit the university why not pop in - you will be most welcome. Parking can be found at Cathedral and Quay car park.

Corps Bulletin

Our Corps Bulletin is full of information - please take a look

Corps Bulletin

 

Corps Calendar

If you would like to see details of our Corps programme follow the link below

Please click here to see our calendar

Home Groups

Home Groups are open to everyone.

Each group consists of around ten people who attend the corps (church) on a regular basis.

The primary purpose of a Home Group is to set aside time to be with others for friendship and fellowship, to explore the Bible and pray.

Please contact us for more details

Students

Are you coming to the University of Exeter?

Students studying in Exeter are warmly welcome at Exeter Temple Corps. For more information about the city or the corps get in touch with Andrew Cutler on: 07964 752 585

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Mission To Men

Throughout the year we arrange special interest events just 4 men.

If you would like to know more or to go onto our mailing list please contact Elliot Kervin email badger91@hotmail.co.uk

Next event - Bacon Roll & BOWL

Location -  ISCA Centre, Summer Lane, Exeter, Whipton, EX4 8NT

When - Sat 20 Feb, 10am - 1pm

To book a place please email Elliot now

Music Ministries Weekend 27th & 28th February

27th  & 28th February will be our Music Ministries Weekend, with special guest Bandmaster Andrew Mackereth (Nuneaton), accompanied by his wife Stella.

Saturday afternoon Andrew will lead vocal (1.30pm) and brass (3.15pm) workshops.

Saturday evening at 6.30pm  we will hold a free Festival of music to present the results of these workshops, and featuring our own Band,Songsters and Response.

Please come and support this festival, and invite friends to come and enjoy an interesting and varied programme.

We will meet for worship on Sunday at 10.30am as usual, led by Andrew and our music sections. We look forward to a full hall.

Mother's Day Cream Tea

 Sunday 6th March at 4.00pm

Everyone welcome – free refreshments

General Andre & Commissioner Silvia Cox 9th & 10th April

9th & 10th is the long awaited visit of General Andre & Commissioner Silvia Cox, who will lead our special anniversary weekend.  The weekend Itinerary

2.30pm Civic Reception

3.00pm Corps March and salute

3.15pm Open-air meeting on Cathedral Green

5.00 Corps Anniversary tea with the General – (ticketed event for Corps members)

7.00pm Evening Celebration open to all featuring our own Corps sections.

Sunday 10th April 10.30 worship led by Major Alan Young

Message from God by General Andre Cox followed by refreshments & fellowship

Please contact Major Alan Young for more information

One Army Course

Soup Lunch 1.00pm – 1.30pm

Teaching & Discussion - 1.30pm – 2.30pm

February 7th, 14th & 21st

May 1st, 8th & 15th

October 23rd & 30th 

November 6th 

Meet the people

our church leaders are committed to transforming the lives of people in their community

Alan Young

Major

Carol Young

Major