Welcome to ECC!
Part of God's Church in EXETER
Pastor Peter is working from the Exwick Parish Hall Church Office.
Please contact him on 07909 134066 (m) or 01392 834988 (h).
We are planning to resume our services 'in person' on Sunday 25th April. For guidance and how to book, please click HERE.
Please use the Contact Us form if we can help in any way.
You can now make a one-off or recurring gift to ECC in a safe way. Just use the button below which will take you to the Secure Just Giving Website. You can also add Gift Aid if you are a tax payer.
A Church dedicated to seeking God and serving Him in our community
We meet for worship every Sunday morning, 10:30 am at the Parish Hall in Exwick.
You are most welcome to join us!
There are plenty of other church activities and events that take place at different times during the week.
Join a Homegroup, bring your family along to Messy Church or enjoy a cup of tea and new friends at Friday Friendship.
See the regular activities tab in the menu at the top of the page for more details.
Exwick Community Church has been an independent church affiliated to the Baptist Union since 1996. We are a the daughter church of St. Thomas Baptist,based in the adjoining area of Exeter. We are members of the South West Baptist Association and the Baptist Union of Great Britain.
You will receive a warm welcome at any of our services or midweek activities. Please see the calendar page for dates and times. If you have any questions then please don't hesitate to contact us and we will be happy to help.
Exwick Parish Hall
66, Station Road
CONTACT : When you contact ECC through this portal, any personal data you provide us with are kept strictly confidential and will be viewed only by the Site Administrator (Michael Emerton) and by the person (or people) in the church who are best able to deal with your enquiry. Personal data will NOT be passed on to anyone else without first obtaining your consent in accordance with the GDPR . If you are concerned about the way your information is being handled, please speak to our Data Protection Team (see our Data Protection Policy). If you are still unhappy you have the right to complain to the Information Commissioners Office.