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Sunday services: we are open!

Government regulations following the latest lockdown (January 2021) permit us to remain open for acts of collective worship, so Sunday gatherings will continue at 10.30am (livestreamed on YouTube from 7th February). We will of course be practising proper precautions to prevent virus spread - please refer to our 'Activities and Meetings' page, under 'About us', for further details. Recordings of services or sermons are available on our Youtube channel (via our 'Broadcasts' page) or on audio (via our 'Sermons' page). This coming Sunday, 9th May, we will be continuing our series in the Gospel of Mark, and considering the priorities of Jesus (Mark 1: 35-45).

Welcome to Scott Drive Church Exmouth

Scott Drive Church is an independent evangelical church affiliated to the Fellowship of Evangelical Churches (FIEC).

This church exists to make Jesus Christ known in Exmouth and its surrounding area through the faithful preaching and teaching of God's word.

Jesus said, "Let anyone who is thirsty come to me and drink." (John 7: 37)

Jesus said,

Church articles & news features

Testimony of Gary Currie

Testimony of Gary Currie

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Published Thursday 6th August 2020

Death - the final frontier

Death - the final frontier

    Death - the final frontier Many of you will remember the opening phrase of each episode of the original Star Trek series: Space – the final frontier… It’s an attractive idea – it plays to our sense that the human race will continue to blaze a trail somewhere in the Universe; that, should the earth give way, humanity can always find some sort of hope for itself by colonising space – an idea that Stephen Hawking also promoted.

Published Monday 27th July 2020

God and the plague

God and the plague

    God and the plague If you are not a Christian, but would like to know what sense Christianity makes of the Coronavirus pandemic; or if you are a Christian, but are a little unsure of how to understand it from a faith perspective, do please read the following article.

Published Friday 29th May 2020

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