All Saints Church



By Fr. Paul, Aug 13 2018 04:19PM


Family Service at 9.30am

Sung Parish Mass at 10.30am

Additional services at other times to include

Christmas, Holy Week and Easter plus other Holy Days

and Mission Community acts of worship.

3 Manual Hill organ / rebuilt by Nicholson of Worcester

Robed choir, New English Hymnal

RSCM Rates + fees

All Saints’ is a friendly and supportive church where good music and liturgy is appreciated.

This is a wonderful and rare opportunity to live and contribute to church life in this lovely part of

South Devon, following the retirement, out of area, of the current post-holder after thirty years.

For an informal discussion please contact our outgoing organist,

Christopher Sears:

Otherwise feel free to contact Father Paul Jones – Vicar

Tel: 01803 - 323002 or email:

Applications by CV by September 28th, when shortlisting will take place.

This post is subject to an enhanced disclosure from the DBS

By paul, Aug 11 2018 10:00PM

There is a short organ recital at St John's, Torquay every Wednesday in August at 1.15pm under the title, Tea & Toccato. All are welcome.

We are invited to St Luke's, Milber on Wednesday, 15 August at 7.30pm to celebrate the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary. The service is followed by refreshments.

The Bishop of Ebbsfleet invites us to an Assumptiontide service on Saturday, 18 August at 12noon at Bristol Cathedral. See poster in church for details.

The boiler works began this week with the removal of the asbestos.

Do you have a vocation to be a Bing caller. Well here is your opportunity! Please see Steven Knapman for further details.

The Hog Roast is on Bank Holiday Monday, 27 August starting at 11.30am. Please put this date in your diary and volunteer to help.

For the Hog Roast, if you donate - books, cakes, bric a brac, bottles etc andjust as importantly your time that would be great.

If you have a windfall of apples then please give them to Janet Lewis who will turn them into something delicious for Church Funds.

By paul, May 19 2018 01:00PM

May is Mary's month so we will be saying the Rosary every Thursday evening at 6pm followed by Mass at 6.30pm.

This is Christian Aid Week and if you would like to support this important charity please use one of the envelopes enclosed in your hymnbook this morning.

Did you take one of the tubes of Smarties? Have you consumed the contents? Well this Sunday is the time to bring the tubes back full of cash!

Sally Anne would like to invite any Parishioner to attend her wedding to Adrain on Friday, 8 June at 1pm here at All Saints. As she says, "it would make our day even more special to see you there."

We have a concert in hurch with the Brixham Orpheus & Pontypool Male Voice Choirs and the soloist is Theresa Moorin. The concert is on Saturday, 9 June at 7pm and the price of a ticket on the door is £8. Please see the poster for further details.

The Summer Fayre will soon be upon us on Saturday, 23 June. We need your help and your donations of bric a brac, books, cakes, bottles and so much more!

By paul, May 5 2018 02:00PM

May is Mary's month so we will be saying the Rosary every Thursday evening at 6pm. These devotons will be followed by Mass at 6.30pm.

We are invited to Festal Evensong on Sunday, 6 May at 6.30pm at St John's, Torquay.

The annual Archdeacon's Visitation is on Tuesday, 8 May at 7.30pm at St Martin's, Barton.

We celebrate the Feast of the Ascension with a sung Mass on Thursday, 10 May at 6.30pm.

There is an organ recital by Professor Ian Tracey of Liverpool Cathedral at St John's, Torquay on Wednesday, 16 May at 7.30pm and the tickets price is £10 and will be well worth the entrance fee.

Pentecost Sunday (Whitsun) is celebrated on Sunday, 20 May please wear something red.

There is a service of Commemoration for the 75th Anniversay of the bombing of St Marychurch on Sunday, 27 May at St Marychurch.

And one more thing ...

Philemon 1.22


Last Sunday (20 May) the Church was subjected to an arson attack against the Boiler Room door.  The offender voluntarily surrender themselves to the Police, was charged and pleaded guilty at the Magistrates Court.  As this is a serious offence they will be sentenced at Exeter Crown Court on 19 June.  It seems that the individual wants to go back to prison and I assume views being detained as preferable to life on the outside!  So not only has a serious offence been committed but this also eflects a sad human story as well.  The Church sought justice in having this person charged but we should also hope and pray for compassion and an opportunity for this person to sort their life out.  God's justice and compassion are not opposites but complimentary aspects of his character.






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