St Barnabas, Queen Camel
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St Barnabas Anglican Church is in the beautiful village of Queen Camel. The building is outstanding and can be approached along the cobbled Church Path. A leaflet giving the history of the Church is available inside which includes details of our bells, the heaviest ring of six in the world! (Tower Captain Paul Reeves – 01935 850 625).
We hold both traditional and informal acts of worship including Breakfast with StBs, a breakfast café church, at the Memorial (village) Hall - look at our calendar on this site for the date of the next one and come anytime between 9.30am and 11.00am, for good food, coffee, papers and worship too. There is a thriving children’s group on Friday evenings and the church has also helped develop a village café on the second Tuesday of every month. We also have a church allotment scheme and the church won the Church Times Green Church Award for action in the community in 2007.
For baptisms and weddings please contact the Benefice Office.
We also sensitively engage with people who have been divorced who would like to explore marrying in church.
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