... to St John's, a quiet place in a busy world. This small, stone church is surrounded by a well-tended churchyard from which there is a peaceful view of the Mendip Hills.
OUR WORSHIP is varied, from the informal, monthly Family Service, to Evensong from the Book of Common Prayer.
WE HAVE A REPUTATION FOR TOLERANCE, and are prepared to try new forms of service and liturgy. In the recent past there has been a move to revive celebrations such as Plough Sunday and Rogationtide, which complement the annual services of Advent, Christmas, Lent and Easter.
WE HAVE A SUNDAY CLUB for young people, and monthly Coffee Mornings. Our witness is expressed in our welcome, and the offer of 'just being there' when needed. The building is a small, intimate space, which lends itself to quiet gatherings as well as joyous occasions when the church is packed and noisy.
PS: This is one of the few churches you will find where the surrounding trees are taller than the floodlit tower.
|Day||Week in Month||Time||Service|
|Sunday||X||08:30||Holy Communion (**)|
** Book of Common Prayer 1662
|Altar Guild Secretary||Marianna Mackay|
|Bell Operator||Geoffrey Marchant|
|Flag Operator||Robin Mackay|
|Lesson Readers||Trevor Riddle|
|Magazine Material||Margaret Ball|
|Safeguarding Person||Julia Bush|
|Sunday Club||Caroline Holden|