St Mary's, Stoke-sub-Hamdon
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“One of the most interesting Churches I have seen : containing portions of extreme beauty” - SIR GILBERT SCOTT, IN 1856
The Chancel and Nave, of Ham stone, erected about 1100, formed the original Norman Church which was without Tower, Transepts or Porch. Many traces of the building's Norman heritage are clearly visible both inside and outside the building.
Set at the foot of Ham Hill it is in a beautiful rural Somerset setting and is well worth a visit if travelling down the A303.
Worship styles range from Book of Common Prayer to modern liturgy with a music group leading our praise to God.
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The current editor is: Lesley Strutt