A church has been built on this site from c.1100 and its earliest parts were begun in the 15th century; now the chapel of St Nicholas. This transept chapel is used for occasional services of Compline and Matins, and on the night of the Maundy Thursday vigil. The Royal British Legion Service of Remembrance and our biennial Christingle Service have a loyal following. “Messy Church” attracts local young people as both helpers and learners on Saturday afternoons monthly or at our family services. Bishop Ruth of Taunton presided at our Harvest Thanksgiving service which preceded a well-supported Supper in the Village Hall. Our church-folk take pride in their singing and in the variety of musical items with which we praise God. The churchyard provides an attractive haven of peace and the church itself is open to all for teas and a chat on Saturday afternoons in Spring and Summer.