Pancrasweek, St Pancras

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St Pancras Church in Pancrasweek (Pancraswyke) sits atop a hill not far from the river Tamar and is visible as one approaches from the Bude direction. Pancrasweek is a rural community of about 70 dwellings, mainly farms, a village hall, but no village and it is one of the largest parishes in Devon.

The building dates from around the twelfth century in parts, with later additions. It has a carved double roof in the wagon style, a Jacobean pulpit and a 12th century font.  The tower has a peal of five bells. The church was re-roofed in the 1900’s and most recently in 2020.

4th Sunday - All Age Eucharist at 9.30am.  
Many children often attend this service and the sermon tends to be interactive.

Other popular services throughout the year is the Plough Sunday service and their Harvest Evening Prayer, often with refreshments in the village hall afterwards.


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