St Mary's, Stoke-sub-Hamdon
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“One of the most interesting Churches I have seen : containing portions of extreme beauty” - SIR GILBERT SCOTT, IN 1856
The Chancel and Nave, of Ham stone, erected about 1100, formed the original Norman Church which was without Tower, Transepts or Porch. Many traces of the building's Norman heritage are clearly visible both inside and outside the building.
Set at the foot of Ham Hill it is in a beautiful rural Somerset setting and is well worth a visit if travelling down the A303.
Worship styles range from Book of Common Prayer to modern liturgy with a music group leading our praise to God.
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Mrs Lesley Strutt
2 Hamdon Close
Stoke sub Hamdon
Tel: (01935) 826471 (PCC Secretary)
BCP Holy Communion
A quiet, reflective service with minimal ceremony, with the traditional Prayer Book liturgy, a short Bible-based sermon and no hymns.Every Sunday
at 8:00 AM for ½ hour
This informal service is held in the Memorial Hall in West Street, not in the church building. There are facilities for children of all ages, Bible-based teaching for both children and adults, and worship led by a music group. Once a month we hold a Common Worship Holy Communion Service.
On the first Sunday of the month we hold a Family Service.
Prayer ministry is available every week after the service.Every Sunday
at 10:00 AM for 1 hour and 15 minutes.
Once a month we hold a Common Worship Holy Communion Service. On other Sundays the service is Common Worship Evening Prayer. All our evening services are formal but friendly, with minimal ceremony, Bible-based preaching, modern language and hymns accompanied by the organ. We do not hold an evening service on the second Sunday of the month, but join with the Methodists and United Reformed Church members for a united Songs of Praise at 4.00 pm in the Methodist Church in West Street, followed by a bring-and-share tea.Every first third fourth and fifth Sunday
at 6:30 PM for 1 hour
A Church Near You ID: 11009
Style of worship: Evangelical
Our Patron: Church Patronage Trust
CofE Church Info: (601179 1/179)
The current editor is: Lesley Strutt
St Mary's : Church Lane, Off East Stoke Road, Stoke-sub-Hamdon, Somerset, TA14 6UF
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