Services & Prayers

Daily prayers are held in the church and there is a board for prayer requests to be left in the south choir aisle. The Sunday service times are listed on this website as are details for arranging baptisms and weddings.

Drop In

The Tuesday Drop-In, which runs from 10 – 11.30am at the Boniface Centre, provides a weekly opportunity to meet members of the church over coffee and biscuits.

Church Groups

There are opportunities to meet for friendship, prayer and bible study in one of the church groups and there is a programme of social activities which are open to all.  Courses are run regularly at Holy Cross and are open to everyone.  The church choir and bell ringers are always keen to have new members. We hope you will find a warm welcome at Holy Cross Church!

The Church

The Church is held in trust by the Governors of Crediton for the people of the parish, but its life and worship are planned by the clergy and Parochial Church Council (PCC). The council is elected annually along with the three Churchwardens who help with the running of the church. The church is supported mainly through the voluntary giving of its members. Money for the fabric of the church comes from the assets of the Governors and through the efforts of the Fabric Fundraising Committee, and most especially through the annual Flower Festival. The Friends of Crediton Church often help with projects related to church.

The Parish & Benefice

The Parish of Crediton is united with the adjacent parishes of Sandford and Shobrooke and there are eight churches and chapels within our benefice as well as a convent at Posbury and a cemetery chapel in Crediton. The Rector of the United Benefice, the Reverend Matthew Tregenza, was appointed in 2019. A number of retired priests share in ministry to the benefice and there are three licensed Readers  Mr Jack Shelley, Mrs Carol Price and Mrs Sandra Collier.

Exeter Diocese & Christians Together in Crediton

We are part of the wider Church of England in Exeter Diocese and work alongside other Christians in the town as part of Christians Together in Crediton (CTIC).