Brushford is a small welcoming village on the edge of the Exmoor National Park.
St Nicholas' Church sits at the edge of the village. It is a beautiful country church. It is also well known for the 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 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 a week on Sunday. It is at 11.00am with a Eucharist on the first (BCP) and third Sunday (Common Worship): Second Sunday is BCP Matins, and the fourth is a service for the Church Family (lay).
Rector: The Revd Dowell Conning MTh 01398 322867
Assistant Curate The Revd Louise Southgate 01398 341553