Groups sharing use of St Stephen’s

Community groups currently sharing use of St Stephen’s

Age Concern
Al-Anon
Alcoholics Anonymous
Amnesty International
Anthony Nolan Trust

British Legion
Budhist Pure Hand

CAFOD
Cats Protection
Children’s Society
Christian Aid
Circus Berzercus
Corrymeela Community

Deaf Community
Devon Art Storm
Devon County Council
Devon Lupus Group
Devon United Women
Diabetes UK
Domestic Abuse (DCC)
Drewsteignton Youth Club

Emmanuel School
Epilepsy Action
Excel Ladies Twinning Group
Exeter Appligué Group
Exeter Art Society
Exeter Choral Society
Exeter Chorale
Exeter City Council
Exeter College (Art)
Exeter Credit Union
Exeter Girl Guides
Exeter Leukaemia Fund
Exeter Steiner School
Exeter Street Pastors
Exeter Suzuki Group
Exeter Trefoil Guild
Exeter University (Drama)

Fairtrade
Foxhayes Play Club
Friends of Guiding
Friends of Heavitree Church
Fuchsia Society

Guild of Health
Guinness Care & Support

Heavitree W. I.
Honiton Hospital
Hospiscare

Mint Methodist Church
Moose International

Over-eaters Anonymous

Parish of Central Exeter
Police & Hospital Players

Rainbow Living
Real Food
Red Cross
Refugee Support Group
RSPCA

Salvation Army
Shilhay Community
Society of Friends
Sourdough Theatre
St Andrew’s, Exwick
St David’s Hill Playgrounp
St James’ Fellowship
St Luke’s, Countess Wear
St Michael’s, Heavitree
St Michael’s Mount Dinham
St Petrock’s Centre for the Homeless
St Stephen’s Community Choir
St Thomas Hospice Support Group
St Thomas W.I.
St Vincent de Paul Society
SW Camerata – Young Strings

Teams International (Kenya)
The Knit-In

United Reformed Church
United Nations Assoc.
Upton Pyne Church

St Stephen’s is open and in use seven days a week.

This list is for 2010

‘The scores of community groups sharing use of St Stephen’s Church in Exeter High Street
is a testament to the love and care we hold for each other’
Rt Revd Michael Langrish, Bishop of Exeter