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St Mary’s Church Parish Hall Project

Community Development

Help us replace the damaged wooden flooring and build storage in our Main Hall so we can better support our local community.

£1,396.00 raised of our target of £13 000 so far

We will need £10 000 to replace the flooring, and £2 500 at least to update the storage in the Hall. Will you help us by supporting us through your CO-OP Membership, please? We have much to do to develop  the church building, which supports anyone in the Community of Plympton whether at times of joy or sadness and of any age, and the Parish Hall now needs to be updated so we can offer non-profit making availability to the people of Plympton for years to come. We are pleased the COOP have agreed to support us – but will you please do so? Go to http://www.coop.co.uk/membership to log in and nominate the St Mary’s Church Parish Hall Project

Thank you

Phil Smith Parochial Church Council Project Coordinator

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The tall granite tower of Plympton St. Mary can be seen from far away, it is a visible sign that Christian worship has been maintained here for centuries. The present building dates from 1311 – when it was part of Plympton Priory, one of the leading monastic houses in the South West of England.  Through the generations, the people of Plympton St. Mary have come to this church to worship God, to rejoice in times of joy and to seek comfort in times of sorrow.

Today we continue to celebrate the good news of Jesus Christ in the worship of the church, day-by-day and week-by-week.

This is a friendly and caring community and we aim to offer a range of services and activities for all ages.

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The Parochial Church Council has formally adopted and fully implements the Church of England and Exeter Diocesan Policy Guidelines on Safeguarding Children and Vulnerable Adults as published 17th May 2014.

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