Welcome to Crediton Parish Church

The parish of Crediton centres around the Church of the Holy Cross, a church with a history of at least 1100 years that seeks through its members to draw everyone into the love of Jesus Christ.

Our regularly updated, website features much of the work of the Holy Cross. It is also intended to be a resource where you can find information about our Services & Events, the Clergy Team, and catch-up on the latest Rector’s News.

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You can also research Courses & Learning, view Photographs from many areas of church life including our ever-popular Flower and Christmas Tree Festivals. You can find out about our choir and musical activities while ringing the changes with the bellringers and see Holy Cross work and life In Images. All this in addition to our comprehensive section on Crediton Parish Church’s building & history and the latest on our Holy Cross Appeals.

The church is also now on Facebook. Please do “like” us and share your photographs of church services, people and events. Also do see our Holy Cross on Facebook page and Church tour page.

Now you can help Crediton Parish Church through your online shopping. Find out about the Giving Machine and how you can help us!

We hope you will take time to investigate all the church has to offer and enjoy the site!

Crediton Parish Church is protected by SmartWater, CCTV and alarmed motion and roof sensors.

Upcoming Events

  • Sun
    24
    Jun
    2018

    Organ Recital

    3:00 pmCrediton Parish Church

    The Organ Recital will be given by American organist Ross Jallo .  Admission is free with donations invited for the Music Endowment Fund.  Cream teas will be served.   

  • Thu
    28
    Jun
    2018

    St Boniface Concert Society

    7:30 pmCrediton Parish Church

    The programme of the Magnard Ensemble features works by Mozart, Hindemith, Paul Patterson and Samuel Barber. Tickets are £14.00, £6.00 students, children free.

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OUR CHURCH APPEALS

Holy Cross Campaign Roof Appeal
Crediton Parish Church’s Largest Restoration Project since the 1880′sFIND OUT MORE