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Sunday Programme

Commanding officers:

Majors Gordon & Margaret Fozzard

Everyone is Welcome to Worship we'd love to see you!



Sunday Programme times (unless otherwise stated)

9:40am Prayer meeting

Please enter quietly and join us at any time for prayer

10:30am Morning Worship

Crèche facility available for the under 3’s

Refreshments are served after worship

1 – 2 pm Community lunch

Served in our community hall for those in need

( if you would like to help with our weekly meal for vulnerable people get in touch, we are always needing more helpers - thank you)



Next Messy Church Sunday 25th March 3:30pm

Next Messy Church ' Am amazing weekend' 


Sunday 25th March 2018 at 3:30pm

(please note - all children must be accompanied)

If you want to know more about this Messy Chruch please get in touch (




Weekday Activities

All activities are subject to change  Please check with leaders before attending


10am Little Treasures (Parent & Toddlers) – in our Community hall


2:15pm Mid-week fellowship & worship open to all. Doors open from 1pm for a cuppa & chat

7pm Songster practice

8:15pm Band practice


10am Little Treasures - Community hall

2:45pm Women’s Fellowship (2nd Wednesday of the month)

6:15pm Brass Unlimmited (times will vary - please check)


10am – 12:30pm War Cry ministry in High Street


Rainbows, Brownies and Guides

7:30pm Response rehearsal


Community supper and study 6pm

 There are various home groups throughout the week so please ask for details if you would like to join with one

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


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

March _ April Corps Programme & Forward Planning 2018

2018 - 'Whole Life Discipleship'

March Corps Diary

Sun 18th ~ ‘Getting Together’ led by our University Students

Mon 19th  ~ Final Craft Group 10am

Wed 21st  ~ Lent Course 5 ‘The Divine Thirst’ 10:30am & 7pm

Sat 24th    ~ Men's Breakfast 9:30am at The Imperial Hotel

Sun 25th  ~ Palm Sunday worship led by Majors Gordon & Margaret

                Messy Church 3:30pm 'An Amazing Weekend' 

Wed 28th  ~ Lent Course 6 ‘The Final Consummation’10:30am & 7pm

Thu 29th   ~ KIT coffee (Keeping in Touch) at The Imperial Hotel 10:15am

Thu 29th   ~ Maundy Thursday reflections and light supper 7pm

Fri 30th   ~ Churches Together Service Exeter Cathedral 10am followed by     walk of witness 10:45am

                Good Friday Meditation 6:30pm led by Major Fiona Broom

April Corps Diary

Sun 1st    ~ Easter Sunday Worship led by Majors Gordon & Margaret   

                 Corps open-air meeting on the Quay 12:30pm

Sat 7th     ~ Railway group using the community hall 9 – 5

Sun 8th    ~ Worship led by Majors Gordon & Margaret

Tue 10th   ~ Brass group at Higher Cemetery 6:45pm

Wed 11th  ~ Women’s Fellowship  - Lunch at The New Inn

Thu 12th   ~ Corps Council Meeting 7pm

Sat 14th    ~ Corps Anniversary evening dinner & Quiz 6pm

Sun 15th   ~ Corps Anniversary Worship led by Major Glad Ljungholm

Sat 21st        ~ Corps coffee morning /property update 10am – 12 noon

Sun 22nd   ~ Worship led by Majors Gordon & Margaret

Thu 26th   ~ KIT coffee (Keeping in Touch) at The Imperial Hotel 10:15am

Sun 29th  ~ Worship led by Majors Gordon & Margaret – Messy Church 3:30


Advanced notice – listen out for details

Saturday 5th May – Visit of Birmingham Citadel Band

17th – 24th June – Planned Giving

21st June - SP&S Roadshow

30th June – 1st July Exeter Respect Festival

21st – 23rd September Corps Retreat weekend


Corps Calendar

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

Please click here to see our calendar

Temple Praise 2018 dates

NEXT Temple Praise June 10th  
Temple Praise

Prayer Focus

Please pray for:

Myra & Peter Woods, Ruth Woolway & her sister Fiona, and their families following the Promotion to Glory of Myra’s mother Stella Bailey. May they feel comforted at this sad time  

Sam, Beth, Mike & Lottie as they lead us in Worship 18th March

Major Sue & Divisional Envoy Malcolm Camp-Richards as they lead worship at Teignmouth Corps 18th March

Jo Bovey, as she retires from leading the Craft Group. May she know God’s blessing on her years of dedication and on those whom this avenue of service has touched

Our Men’s Fellowship; may time spent together enrich the lives of those who attend enabling them to reach out to others

Our Messy Church Families, as we use creative ways to try to help them understand the miracle of Jesus’ death and resurrection

Our Easter Programme – that each of us might revisit Calvary and reaffirm our love for our Saviour Jesus Christ

All those connected with our fellowship who are unwell, in hospital or undergoing treatment just now, and for those who have family concerns

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


Mission To Men 2018

 Men's Fellowship

Saturday 24th March Men's Breakfast 9:30am at The Imperial Hotel
Saturday 26th May
Saturday 28th July
Saturday 29th September
Saturday 24th November


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 email: or




Mission to Women 2018

Women's Fellowship meets the 2nd Wednesday in the month at 2:45pm

(Please note titles or speakers may change - always check first)

Wednesday 11th April - Lunch at The New Inn

(No meeting in May due to Divisional event)

Wednesday 13th June - Bandmaster Cox OF - Ruth Hawker

Wednesday 11th July - Cream tea





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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In preparation for Easter we invite you to consider


This is a Bible Study course over 6 weeks looking at seven statements from the lips of the Saviour, to be held on Wednesdays leading up to Easter at 10.30am and repeated again at 7pm in The Salvation Army Hall, Friars Walk EX2 4AZ

21th February      “ The Freedom of Forgiveness”

“Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing.”


28th February       “The Hope of Heaven”

“Today you will be with me in paradise.”


7th March              “Compassionate Care and Comfort”

“Dear Woman here is your son,” and to the disciple, “Here is your mother”.


March 14th           “ Forsaken, not Abandoned”

“My God, my God, why have you forsaken me?”


March 21st           The Divine Thirst

“I am thirsty.”


March 28th          The Final Consummation

“It is finished”………”Father into your hands I commit my spirit.”

NEW for 2018 - Brass Unlimited

Brass Unlimited

This is a new initiative at our Corps to encourange all ages to learn to play a brass instrument

Wednesday's at 7pm (6:15pm during the lent period)

If you are interested in either of the above please contact us to let us know you are coming

“An evening with Steve Price” Illusionist 17th March 7pm

“An evening with Steve Price” Illusionist Saturday 17th March 7pm

Tickets on sale now! £5 (children up to 16 FREE)

for more information visit:- 

' Building for the Future fund ' Coffee Morning 12th May

COFFEE MORNINGS: These will be held regularly on Saturday mornings and there will also be space for various stalls.

Next COFFEE MORNING 12th MAY (10am to 12) will be hosted by Carol Barter and the Guides & Brownies. If you would like to host a Coffee Morning with the help of some of your friends we have plenty of dates still available:9th June./ 14th July./  11th August./ 8th September. /13th October. or 10th November.

Meet the people

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

Major Gordon Fozzard

Gordon Fozzard


Major Margaret Fozzard

Margaret Fozzard