dailywithgod.co.uk is the digital presence of one of the most southerly Anglican parishes in the mainland UK. We have four gorgeous places of worship which are popular with tourists and locals alike.
Founded in 1843 Holy Trinity sits in the heart of the town and has a stunning modern interior from a reordering from 2009.
Consecrated in 1170 All Saints is our oldest church and is the largest building in the South Hams.
Holy Trinity Church celebrated being 150 years old and is beautiful prayerful interior with a lovely wild flower garden.
Up on the hill of Hope Cove is our smallest church which is popular with tourists and locals alike.
As Lockdown eases our churches are beginning to open up for private prayer and corporate worship. This Sunday (5th of July) there will be a short 10am Eucharist at Salcombe and Malborough. At Galmpton there will be a service of Morning Prayer.
Daniel French has been the vicar since 2008. He married to Frances and they have two teenage children. He is a IT graduate and is currently exploring a PhD in Theology, Cosmology and C S Lewis.
Christian Hill was ordained in 2019 and is our curate in training. He is married to Pippa and are based in Malborough but work across the benefice.
Stephen Ball was ordained in 2013 and is the assistant priest with special responsibility for services in Malborough. He is married to Susan and manages the South Sands Hotel in Salcombe.
Debbie Plummer is the benefice administrator and deals with the majority of enquiries and diary management. She has previously worked extensively in dental practice management.
This is the third year since the founding of our intern community for young adults interested in exploring vocation and mission. We are part of the Church of England Ministry Experience Scheme (CEMES).
www.salcombe-primary.devon.sch.uk Located on Onslow Road and next to the swimming pool the school enjoys a wonderful view over the harbour. This is a great community which really engaged with the town and church.
www.malboroughprimaryschool.co.uk Next to the parish church the school is a small but very active learning community that OFSTED recently assessed as 'Good'. The school has great connections with the church and has an outstanding Christian ethos.