All Age Worship

The All Age Service held on the first Sunday of the month, is a short, informal Service of the Word.  The service is held at the back of the church and usually led from a power point presentation.  Within the standard format of the service we like to include elements of drama, crafts and activities for the younger members, worship songs as well as the more traditional hymns.  We aim to have something for everyone – truly  for All Ages -  and we all enjoy  the refreshments.

Contact: Sue Johns and David Stafford

Daily Hope
Are you in need of some daily hope during this lockdown? We have a new FREE telephone line for you to ring to hear comforting hymns, daily prayers and reflections.

Bellringers - Ugborough
We practise at 7.30 pm on Thursdays and ring at 9.00 am Sundays for the church services.
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Ugborough Village
The village is a thriving village with a church, two pubs,a football club,a village hall, a preschool and a primary school.
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Messy Church in Ugborough!
Every 4th Sunday of the month 4.30pm at Ugborough Church Crafts, songs, stories followed by party tea. All children must be accompanied by an adult.

People give to our church in a wide variety of ways, if you are able to join in and support our rural church financially we would be hugely grateful.
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Data Protection
The Parochial Church Council (PCC) of St Peter, Ugborough is committed to safeguarding your privacy. The Parochial Church Council (PCC) of St Peter Ugborough collects, uses and is responsible for personal information about you. Please read the enclosed Privacy Notice carefully in order to understand how your information will be treated. It also explains your rights in relation to your personal data and how to contact us.

Outline History of St Peter, Ugborough
We do not know when the first parish church was built at Ugborough. There may have been a church here in the Anglo-Saxon period before the Norman Conquest, but nothing remains. There was a church with a priest in the village by 1121, when the right to appoint to the living of Ugborough (known as the advowson) was granted to Plympton Priory, Plymouth. This was confirmed in 1176 a letter of John, bishop of Exeter, to Martin, prior of Plympton convent.
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The Parish Giving Scheme
How can the Parish Giving Scheme work for you?
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About us
The gathering of Christians at St Peter's, Ugborough is centred on public worship, mainly on Sundays at 9.30am.
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Post Office, Ugborough Church
During the Covid-19 pandemic, the Post Office is operating on a THURSDAY morning only.