South Street has always offered students a warm welcome

 We are

  • A welcoming Christian fellowship in which we hope you will quickly feel part of the family.
    • A church with breadth, using hymns, songs and prayers from many different sources.
      • A church committed to knowing Jesus and seeking to discern how we live for him in today's society.
        • A church at the heart of the city centre committed to serving the community around it.

There are opportunities to take an active part in the life and worship of the Church, perhaps through music, taking part in worship or writing in our magazine. Occasionally, we arrange meals or other events for students and encourage church members to invite students home for lunch now and then.

We also offer prayer support, including access to the Church’s Prayer Chain when necessary. South Street Baptist Church is also the home of the Exeter Chinese Christian Fellowship who meet in our building at 1.30 pm on Sunday afternoons. This year we will be working together to welcome students to Exeter.

The University Chaplaincy

Our full-time minister, Simon Taylor, is the Baptist Chaplain to Exeter University and part of its multi faith chaplaincy. He has wide experience of student life and is available to offer support and help to university staff and students. His contact details are:

   E-mail sjtaylor@exeter.ac.uk

  Office 01392 211132  Mobile 07968 237278

  Twitter @exetersimon

Simon is normally present in the Chaplaincy Office in the Forum one morning each fortnight during term time. Contact him to find out when. As a university chaplain he is of course also available for staff.

You can find out more about the university chaplaincy at:

http://www.exeter.ac.uk/chaplaincy/

Simon is there to listen to your concerns, support you and help ensure that your time at university is positive. He is available to you at times of crisis and is in touch with various support structures within and outside of the university.

  • We love to see and welcome students from any country, denomination or background; we hope you will feel at home amongst us.