Sunday 17 October 2021
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St Elisabeth’s (ER 104) is a single-church parish in a populous, suburban area of Eastbourne, close to the Old Town, and comprising a number of schools and shops.
Situated in this stunningly scenic part of North Devon, we are three distinct congregations whose town and country parishes follow the coastline from Ilfracombe to Combe Martin, on the edge of Exmoor.
The benefice was formally created in 2019 after five years of working together. It is hoped that our new Priest-in-Charge will bring drive and enthusiasm to the future development of the benefice which is set in urban and rural villages southeast of the Peak District.
The United Benefice of Upper Tooting is at the heart of a vibrant, diverse and changing community. The two parishes and their congregations represent different demographics but share a liberal catholic tradition, an inclusive welcoming heart and a strong commitment to community engagement.
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