Welcome to Saint Werburghs' Church, website.
St Werburghs, Wembury, is part of the Diocese of Exeter.
Our picturesque Church is sited above Wembury Beach, with views over the Yealm Estuary and Mewstone. Surrounded by National Trust land, it serves the parish of Wembury including the communities of Down Thomas and Heybrook Bay.
St Werburghs is a warm and friendly Christian family, providing Christian ministry, witness to the Gospel, and a variety of styles of worship, not allied to any particular tradition of churchmanship.
People who wish to enquire about Christian faith, or develop their commitment to it, whether formally through Baptism or Confirmation, or less formally through discussion, can contact a member of the parish team - email addresses on our contact page.
For information about Weddings, Baptisms and Funerals please go to our dedicated pages.
Our site gives you basic information about the church and our Christian life; for more detailed information please get in touch or, better still, come and see us.
Thank you for visiting our website. I do hope you may have opportunity to check us out on a Sunday. Although church isn't just about Sundays or the building. We do, however, keep the church building open all day, every day, so people can just wander in to pray, to enjoy the peace, to have a good look round, or simply to sit and rest their feet after walking along the coastal footpath.
I have been vicar since November 2014. My background is Royal Navy followed by several years in city centre church ministries. Alongside my role at St Werburghs, I am an Officiating Chaplain with Devonport Naval Chaplaincy Team and chaplain to The D118 Association (Falkland Veterans).
Wembury is a wonderful place to explore coast and countryside and a wonderful place to explore your faith. Please contact me if there is anything about the Christian faith you would like to discuss in more detail.
To find the church
St. Werburghs' is signposted in the village, and lies on the cliffs, above Wembury Beach and the Marine Centre . There is no postcode for the church, but Satnav users can use PL9 0HR which lies at the bottom of our drive.