ST. GILES CHURCH

St. Giles Church Sidbury

The beautiful Church of St. Giles stands at the centre of the village where a church building has stood since Saxon times. It has a Norman tower and alterations and additions from every century since. Under the chancel there exists to this day a 7th century Saxon crypt which is open every Thursday afternoon, during the summer, when guided tours take place.

Contacts

Churchwarden
All enquiries to our Administrator - Paula Mills (Monday, Thursday and Friday mornings)
sidmouthparish@sidvalley.org.uk

Sidbury Parish Room Booking
01395 597310

PCC Secretary
Janice Salway 01395 514862

Wedding & Baptism enquiries
Paula Mills
sidmouthparish@sidvalley.org.uk

See also the Sid Valley Churches website - www.sidvalley.org.uk


November Services at St. Giles
Nov 3rd11.00 amMorning Worship
Nov 10th10.45 am
11.00am
At War Memorial
Remembrance Service
Nov 17th11.00amSung Eucharist
Nov 24th8.00am
11.00am
Holy Communion
Prayer & Praise
December Services at St. Giles
Dec 1st11.00 amMorning Worship
Dec 8th8.00 am
11.00 am
Holy Communion
Tingle Service
Dec 15th11.00am
6.30 pm
Sung Eucharist
Carol Service
Dec 22nd8.00am
11.00am
Holy Communion
Prayer & Praise
Dec 25th11.00amJoint Sung Eucharist

Books and booklets - All sold in aid of Church funds:
"Tapping at the Garden Gate" - Tales of everyday life in the village of Sidbury in the 19th Century has been reprinted. It is on sale in St Giles' Church in Sidbury, Devon at £5.00 per copy.

In addition, there are some books about the village available in St Giles Church, Sidbury.

"Sidbury's Church of 1000 Years" £3.00 - The history of the Church

"Within the Bounds - Sidbury Past & Present" £1.00

"The Bells of St Giles" £2.00

Plus the following fiction titles;

"Master Ghost and I" £2.00 A short ghost story with a difference

"Another Childs' Garden of Verses" by Barbara Softly (from the "Ponder & William" series), Illustrated by Alan Softly.

Neil Thompson is the honorary archivist for the village. For details of the Parish Archives please see the relevant page of this website - Sidbury Parish Archive