St Augustine of Hippo, Clutton
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St Augustine’s Church was mainly built in the 17th and 18th Century, although some parts are Norman. The Church consists of Chancel, Lady Chapel, Nave, transept, 3 aisles, vestry, organ loft, porch, boiler room & bell tower. Building materials are stone with a slate tile roof. The roof has recently been completely replaced and a toilet installed. There are five bells in the tower and an active bell ringing group in the village.There are eight stained glass windows. The Church has electric heating and a PA with audio loop. Disabled access is possible through the main entrance and there is a disabled toilet. There is a curtained play area set aside, for small children to use during services. The Churchyard is open for burials.
The congregation is typical in size for a rural village, the PCC is well supported and there are 10 active worship leaders and a reader. Members of the congregation take part in all services by preparing the Church, readings, intercessions etc. After each 10.30am service coffee and biscuits are served and this helps to foster a wonderful sense of community and fellowship.
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