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Included here are Mission activities held in the church, of an Ecumenical nature, and also other services to the community.

Community Lunches.
Come to the Church Hall on Sundays, Wednesdays or Fridays and enjoy a cooked meal for £4, puddings £1 !! There is usually a roast dinner, pie, sweet & sour or curry dish, a vegetarian option and various puddings. Open to anyone in the community, no booking necessary . Open from 12 noon to 2 pm

The Open Daw

Monday - Friday 10 - 12 noon in the vestibule.  The aim is to provide a central focus for information on welfare and social activities in the community.  It will act as a signpost to different agencies and advisory bodies.  Tea and coffee facilities are available.

Craft Messy Church

Any child up to secondary school age can meet after school on the 3rd Fridays each month for Bible themed crafts and a family tea. From 3.45 - 6 pm in the Hall. Children must be accompanied by an adult.   Website -  http://www.messychurch.org.uk/church/dawlish-messy-church
or Facebook - www.facebook.com/dawlishmessychurch?fref=ts

The Sunflower Bunch

A support group for anyone who is or has been going through surgery and/or treatment for any type of cancer in the Methodist Church Vestibule on the first Wednesday of every month from 3 - 5 p.m.

Please come and lets see how we can help each other.    Website - www.sunflowerbunch.org.uk/
 or Facebook https://www.facebook.com/dawlishcancersupportgroup     Sue Thompson 01626865308   E-mail: suethompson48@live.co.uk

The Brunswick Singers in Harmony.
The Brunswick Singers in Harmony are dedicated to maintaining the singing of traditional folk songs in harmony for the public to enjoy. We aim to sing quite a lot  songs unaccompanied. It is a happy group who  enjoy the benefits of singing and fellowship with others.   They rehearse in the Methodist church hall on Friday evenings from 7 - 9 and would welcome anyone who feels that they would like to join in. Being able to read music is useful but not essential. We do various concerts for charities and it is said that singing is good for the brain!  Website : -  www.brunswicksingersinharmony.org