St Aidan’s Anglican Church

The beautiful architecture of St Aidan’s Church of Exeter is based on the ancient Celtic churches of Scotland. Services are held every Sunday, with morning tea to follow. Holy Communion is generally held on the fourth Sunday of every month and a gathering of all churches in the Parish held regularly. Toilet facilities are wheelchair accessible. Go to ‘Links’ in the menu bar to access their full website for further details.

The grounds of St Aidan’s are laid out as a park, featuring hedged sweeping lawns, dominated by oaks, elms and other trees. A residence was built in the grounds in 1996 and is currently occupied by the assistant minister.