The Mint Methodist Church offers a warm welcome to all students and staff members.

To all new students and staff: Welcome to the Mint and to the Methodist University Chaplaincy

If you are a student or a member of staff newly arrived in Exeter –
congratulations on a great choice of University, and welcome to the Methodist Chaplaincy!   We hope to meet up with you soon.

If you are looking for a place to worship during the coming academic year,
we’d like to invite you to join with us here at the Mint.    We welcome a wide range of people, from varying Church backgrounds and none.

For more details explore the website or contact Steve Santry or Sungil Han.
Steve and Han are both based at the Mint – Steve as senior Minister, and Han as Methodist University Chaplain and pastor of our Korean language congregation.

During the first week of term there are lots of Chaplaincy events on Campus –

For full details of campus activities, see the Chaplaincy website (www.exeter.ac.uk/chaplaincy/freshersweek/), including:

Mon 16th to Wed 18th Sept 10 am – 4 pm
Pop Up Lounge in the Forum, Streatham Campus – Look out for the Chaplaincy presence and say hello to members of the multifaith chaplaincy team.

Wed 18th Sept 10.30 – 12.00   Introduction to the Bible – For international students – led by Sungil Han in the Quiet Room (Room 111), Old Library, Streatham Campus

Thurs 19th Sept 6.30 – 8.00 pm   Anglican/Baptist/Methodist Chaplaincy Welcome
Come and join some of the Chaplains for pizza and board games.    Feel free to drop in.    The Anglican, Baptist and Methodist Chaplains seek to work together ecumenically.    We would love to meet you whatever your belief or background
– In the Quiet Room (Room 111), Old Library, Streatham Campus

Then here at the Mint, join us for Sunday Worship:

Sun 22nd Sept 10.30 am Start of Term Service led by Steve Santry,
and also Korean language service led by Sungil Han.
All students are invited to lunch after the morning services.

Sun 22nd Sept 6.30 pm – 8.00 pm Café Church with food and drink.
Theme: “Relationships”

Sun 29th Sept 10.30 am United English/Korean Harvest Festival Service,
followed by Harvest Lunch for all.

Sun 6th Oct 10:30 am United Communion Service

All Sunday services are at the Mint Methodist Church, Fore Street, in the City Centre

KOREAN STUDENT GROUP

민트 한인 교회에 오신 것을 환영합니다 – 주일 오전 10시 30분에 한국어와 영어 예배 (격주로)를 드립니다.
The Mint has its own Korean language activities, and many Korean students at the University and the language schools in Exeter are actively involved. We welcome all Korean speakers, whether or not you have a specifically religious or Christian background. For more details see the Mint International page – which also gives details of the many other nationalities currently sharing in the life of the Mint.