Facilities and features


There are two car parking spaces available to the left of the
churchyard entrance. Please don't park to the right of the
churchyard entrance as this space belongs to an adjoining
cottage. In the unlikely event that both parking spaces are
occupied, please park in the street, away from the corner.

There are steps down into the church. However, ramps are fitted to allow access for wheelchair users. Of necessity, the ramps are steep and care will be needed.

All of our services use a public address system and a hearing loop.

Large print versions of our church guide, hymn books
and service sheets are available.

Assistance dogs are always welcome. There is a tap for drinking water just inside the churchyard gates.

Our Building

Our stained glass windows are from the 19th and 20th century and are fine examples of their type.

The church is normally open from 10:00am to 4:00pm (or dusk if earlier). You're welcome to come in for individual prayer or just to sit and enjoy the peace.

Ours is a Grade 1 Listed Building.

Music and Worship

Our bell ringers hold a practice evening every other
Tuesday. Our Tower Captain is Lesley Peppin who
can be contacted on 01278 - 426130.

The church organ is situated in the north transept and is used in all of our services. It was manufactured by W.G. Vowles of Bristol and installed in 1902. The electric blower was installed in 1952 although the manual bellows were used again in 2018 when there was a power cut during a service!

Groups, Courses and Activities

Help for Visitors

Guidebooks are available in the church.
Large print versions are also available.

The church is normally open from 10:00am to 4:00pm (or dusk if earlier). However, on occasions, this may not be possible. If you are making a special trip to visit us please email in advance so that we can ensure the building is open for you.

Other Features

Donations for the Bridgwater Food Bank can be left in the church.