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Brixton

St Mary's Church, Brixton
2 Church Cottages
Brixton, Plymouth,
Devon

PL8 2AW

Brixton

St Mary’s Church

2 Church Cottages, Brixton, Devon, PL8 2AW.

Contact

Email: churchesoffice@gmail.com

 

Services

See below

 

Private Prayer

See details

 

Facilities

Accessible toilets

Brixton – Calendar of Services

Oct 04

Together at 10 (HC/Zoom)

Sun 4th October 10:00 am
Oct 11
St Mary's Church, Brixton

Holy Communion

Sun 11th October 11:00 am
Oct 18

Morning Worship (HC/Zoom)

Sun 18th October 10:00 am
Nov 01
St Mary's Church, Brixton

Holy Communion

Sun 1st November 11:00 am
Nov 08
St Mary's Church, Brixton

Remembrance Sunday

Sun 8th November 10:00 am
Nov 15

Morning Worship (Zoom)

Sun 15th November 10:00 am
Nov 15
St Mary's Church, Brixton

Holy Communion

Sun 15th November 11:00 am
Nov 29
St Mary's Church, Brixton

Holy Communion

Sun 29th November 11:00 am
Dec 06
St Mary's Church, Brixton

Holy Communion

Sun 6th December 11:00 am
Dec 13

Morning Worship

Sun 13th December 11:00 am
Dec 20

Together at 10 (HC/Zoom)

Sun 20th December 10:00 am

About the village

Brixton is a small community of around 800 homes, a pub, a restaurant, a post office with an attached art gallery and a large garden centre. There is a petrol station and car sales.
Brixton parish borders the new town development of Sherford, part of which falls within the parish boundary. This area will eventually become part of the new parish of Sherford. 
Brixton has a long history which can be traced back to the Domesday Book.
The local economy was traditionally based on farming, together with other rural and commercial activities around the river Yealm. 
The village of Brixton visibly reflects its history with its 14th Century Church and Priests’ Cottages, alongside the historic Feoffee Trust owned cottages and park.

Our History

Brixton was, anciently, in the Hundred of Plympton. In 1086, the year of Domesday, nearly the entire Hundred, including Brixton, was under the parochial charge of the priests of St. Mary & St. Paul at Plympton. This preconquest Saxon Chapel and College had a Dean or Provost and other priests and was a Royal foundation. Read our history