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Hemyock is the largest village in the Devon Blackdown Hills which has been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) (www.hemyock.org).  Situated between Honiton and Taunton, the village boasts a wide variety of clubs and organisations which give it a real sense of community.

Hemyock Baptist Church is a lively, community facing, all age fellowship, which was opened by Charles Spurgeon in 1865.  Our Pastor is Steve Williams who has recently been called to lead the church. The emphasis on the broadest possible involvement of its people through teams  (Outreach, Prayer, Youth & Children, Missionaries, Music and Maintenance).  

We reach out to our community with the message that God loves this world and this good news has come to us in Jesus Christ as defined in scripture.  We are a Prayer Centre, praying faithfully according to God's word.  We also seek to be an Equipping Centre to mobilize and train believers to fulfil their ministry in the Church and community and wider world.  We are also a sending and giving Church seeking to meet the needs of believers in other countries.

We have close fellowship with the Parish Church and Rosemary Lane Chapel .

 HBC is a friendly group of fun loving people so come and visit us here on the Somerset/Devon border or send us an email.

 
Pastor
Steve Williams

Youth & Childrens Worker
Helen Williams (Part Time)
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Hemyock Baptist Church
Fore Street, Hemyock, Devon, EX15 3QW
Secretary - Maureen Aylwin - 01823 680111

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Upcoming Events


Sunday 3 Aug 2014 11:00 am
Morning Service

Sunday 3 Aug 2014 7:00 pm
Evening Meeting

Sunday 10 Aug 2014 11:00 am
Morning Service


Text for the day
Be self-controlled and alert. Your enemy the devil prowls around like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour.
1Peter 5:8(NIV)

Chapel Cafe

Where the village meets
for coffee and cake every Wednesday morning 0900 onwards and more besides...


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