Southam is a charming little mediaeval church, restored as a family chapel by Lord Ellenborough in Victorian times, and now used as Southam's village church within the larger parish of Bishop's Cleeve. Together they're part of the benefice which also includes Gotherington, Oxenton and Woolstone.
Our services are at 9.30 every Sunday and follow a monthly pattern as follows:
1st Sunday of the month: Holy Communion (1662)
2nd Sunday of the month: Family Service
3rd Sunday of the month: Holy Communion (Common Worship)
4th Sunday of the month: Morning Prayer (1662)