Brushford is a small welcoming village on the edge of the Exmoor National Park. Its residents are a mixture of retirees and young families, with everything in between.
St Nicholas' Church sits at one end of the village. A beautiful little country church well known for its side chapel designed and built by Sir Edwin Lutyens, and tomb to a son of the aristocratic Carnavon family. The congregation that gathers here week by week is loyal and devoted to their little and perfectly formed church.
Our Mission is to be at the Heart of the Community of Brushford. As well as regular services, we host a number of events throughout the year.
We have one Service per week on Sunday. Most often it's 11.00am and Eucharist, but sometimes Evensong at 6pm.
Rector: The Revd Andrew Thomas 01398 323018
Associate Vicar: The Revd Paul Kingdom 01398 371572
Assistant Curate: The Rev Martin Collett 01398 324211