A New Way Of Doing Church Gatherings

Tuesday 24th March Posted by Chris

Being forced to stop, to change, to adapt. There’s something about that which has led me to re-examine some of the very fundamentals of my daily habits and rhythms. Not being able to gather together physically as a church has called me back to question again why we even do it at all.

The Hangout

Saturday 3rd August Posted by Rich

In the seven years of our existence we’ve never had any young people that were at secondary school age. But it turns out kids keep growing, so we’ve got a couple of little angels that have turned eleven and will be starting high school in September.


Thursday 27th June Posted by Rich

From the very beginning of City Life Church's existence, we’ve had the rhythm of breaking from organised Sunday gatherings at particular times of the year, normally in-line with school holidays simply because those tend to be times when people are visiting family or away on holidays.

Over the years we’ve not always done a very good job of explaining why we do this. So we’d like to try and unpack some of the thinking behind this as it is a deliberate choice to have these breaks.


Thursday 30th May Posted by Rich

In June, Monday 10th to Sunday 16th, the Exeter churches will be running Joyfest, a week-long initiative to practice spreading joy across the city. The idea is that thousands of small acts of kindness and joy will have a big impact on the city and reflect something of God’s love for the city and the people that live here.