Church of England Diocese of Bath & Wells Evercreech with Chesterblade

About Us

The friendly congregation always welcomes newcomers and visitors, and there is an opportunity to chat over a cup of coffee after the 9.30am service every Sunday.  Members of this lively church are active in all areas of village life.

St. Peter’s offers regular Sunday worship.  Occasional special services are announced in the Parish Magazine, Evercreech News, and on the noticeboard.

Pastoral Care: During the current Vacancy the pastoral care of parishioners is covered by the Readers, Lay Worship Assistants, Pastoral Assistants and other lay members of the congregation. 

Ministry to the Elderly:  Holy Communion is taken to several homes in the parish and services are held at The Glen Care Home

Music:  There is a fine pipe-organ and an enthusiastic choral group which sings at some 9.30am services and practises most Wednesdays at 7.30 pm.  New members are always welcome.  

Bells:  Evercreech has a famous ring of 10 bells.  The single Service Bell which is rung each day before prayers at 7.30am has been calling villagers to worship since before the Reformation.