Worship at the Mint
Worship & Preaching
We are an open and inclusive community of varied theologies and lifestyles which values thoughtful challenging preaching in both traditional and contemporary worship supported by a strong musical tradition and standards.
Sunday Morning Service 10.30am
Sunday Morning worship starts at 10.30am in the worship area. All hymns are displayed on 2 large screens. We also have a Korean congregation with its own language service, The Korean Congregation meet in the Rowe Hall and they join the English speaking congregation for Communion and united services in the Worship Area. The morning service can be accessed from home or elsewhere live or at a later time via our live stream on YouTube. We welcome you to Join us in person or via YouTube.
We have a weekly notice sheet that can be viewed or downloaded each week that has the order of service for the service. This sheet is updated usually by the saturday before the service
at 6.30pm once a month we have a communion service this is held in the Wesley Room, but occasionly for special services is held in the Worship Area, this service is a smaller service and is not streamed. Details of the evening services can be found in our Forward Magazine
Parents with babies or toddlers
parents with babies or toddlers are very welcome to take them into the reception area where toys are available. As it won’t be staffed, parents will need to look after their children but they will still be able to join in the service as it is relayed to the reception area.
Friendship | Games | Discussion | Bible Stories | Crafts | Charity Events
Join us Sunday Mornings from 10:30am for those 3 +
We join the congregation for the first part of the service, then leaving for our own groups for the rest of the time. On Communion Sundays, we start in our groups and share in the Communion service and the end of the service with the rest of the congregation.
What Do we Do?
From herding sheep balloons to quizzes and crafts we have fun and everyone’s welcome!
We have a number of events throughout the year including a 3generate sleepover, picnics, forest church, advent & easter craft afternoons and involvement in the Fore Street Flea Markets and Craft Events.
To find out more about Young Church please email Steve Hardiman (firstname.lastname@example.org )
We look forward to meeting you!
Friendship | Discussion of Topical Issues | Social Events
For secondary school age and up
The Mint Teen group meets on the second Sunday of each month during the service (at the same time as Young Church) to discuss topical issues of relevance to young people today from a Christian perspective. We join the main service for the first part, usually including an all-age message, before leaving for our own session.
In addition to our Sunday meetings, we also get together on one Saturday each month for a social meetup. Our activities have include iBounce trampoline park, an escape room, making pizza and watching a film. Teens are welcome to bring a friend along and we welcome teens from other circuit and city centre churches.
To find out more about the Mint Teen Group please email Stephen Haddad (email@example.com )
We look forward to meeting you!
On Special Sunday’s The Mint Orchestra play. We are always pleased to welcome more members. Musical parts can be adapted to suit the skill level of the players, if necessary. It is great to have our Minister Steve Santry playing the trombone with us and we are impressed by his ability to play in the Orchestra, lead the service and preach the sermon all on the same morning!
The Taize group
The group sings at the Mint and across the circuit, offering contemplative music and reflective words for worship. Although the group is called the Taize group they also use music from the Iona community and other Wild Goose material. They also try to find and use music from a wide set of global traditions.
The choir occasionally contribute choral items to various Church services. The Advent Carol Service in December includes carol settings both old and new and is one of the musical high points of the year. In all these activities we remain grateful to Richard Taverner for his inspiration, guidance, good humour, and patience as Director of Music. For the special services we are always pleased to welcome additional singers and instrumentalists; particular mention should be made of Paul Morgan, Organist Emeritus of Exeter Cathedral, who has accompanied the choir on several occasions. Additional singers are welcome!
During lockdown, members of the congregation recorded music for worship when live music wasn’t possible. This includes everything from traditional hymns, worship songs, material from the Taize group and original music written by members of the congregation. These recordings are available online for use in worship by anyone who would find them useful and a link can be provided on request
Sunday Korean Service (10.30am)
We have two Sunday Korean Services and two united English services in a month. We are glad to have Korean musical team that lead the first part of the service, and the young church group is run together by the Mint Methodist Church at the same time
If you are Korean or would like to find out what the koreans are doing if you don’t mind a bit of translation – follow a link to their website which you can enjoy, with lots of pictures and sermons and etc.
민트 한인 교회에 오신 것을 환영합니다.
밑의 링크를 클릭 하시면 많은 사진들과 설교 등을 보실 수 있습니다.
See the more about the Korean fellowship on the International page here
Mint Methodist Church
Fore Street,Exeter,EX4 3AT
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01392 279786 email: admin[@]themint.org.uk
Pastoral and other church enquiries
Rev. Brian Hadfield: email: minister[at]themint.org.uk
Rev. Sungil Han: (Korean Pastor) Tel. 07961813123 Email: korean[at]themint.org.uk
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