The Church of England in Evercreech, Chesterblade and Milton Clevedon

St Peter's Church is part of the Alham Vale Benefice.
Other churches in the Benefice are The Blessed Virgin Mary, Batcombe; St Mary the Virgin, Chesterblade; St Mary & St John, Lamyatt;
St James, Milton Clevedon and St Mary Magdalene, Upton Noble.

The Alham Vale Benefice is in the Bruton and Castle Cary Deanery
https://www.brutonandcarydeanery.net

 

CLERGY:

Vicar: Vacancy    Tel 01749 830322

Associate Priest: The Reverend Prebendary Mark Ellis  Tel: 01749 850074

LAY STAFF:

Readers:   Anne Sear, Tel: 01749 838843,  Rob Sage, Tel: 01749 850934,   Sue Deyes, Tel: 01749 831104

Lay Worship Assistants:  Michele Hole  Tel: 01749 830875    Helen Nicholls  Tel 01749 860321    Jen Richards  Tel: 01749 812369

Pastoral Assistants: Margaret Elliott Tel: 01749 830209,  Jan Goddard Tel: 01749 830292 

Churchwardens:   Geoff Hamlet  Tel: 01749 830924     Eric Deyes  Tel: 01749 831104

The friendly congregation always welcomes newcomers and visitors, and there is an opportunity to chat over a cup of coffee after the 9.30am service every Sunday. Members of this lively church are active in all areas of village life.

St. Peter's offers regular Sunday and weekday worship and occasional special services announced in the Parish Magazine, Evercreech News, and on the noticeboard.

SUNDAYS at 9.30am at Evercreech

1st, 2nd, 4th & 5th Sunday Parish Communion - The Order 1 Common Worship service celebrated in easy-to-follow style with a variety of hymns and a sermon.

3rd Sunday "Cafe Church" held in Evercreech Village Hall.  Refreshments usually "Bacon Butties" at 9.30 am followed by a short informal service at 9.50 am

Order 2 Common Worship Service at 11.00 am

2nd Sunday Holy Communion at Chesterblade

3rd Sunday Holy Communion at Evercreech

4th Sunday Holy Communion at Milton Clevedon

From time to time there are special Sunday Evening Services.

Weekdays:

Morning Prayer: Psalms, readings, quiet prayers and silence for half an hour to start the day is usually held at St Peter's Evercreech:

Monday, Tuesday Wednesday & Thursday 8.00am

Saturday 8.30 am

Saints Days:

Services are announced in the Parish Magazine

Other Weekday Services:
Midweek Communion in St Peter's,  usually at 10.30am on the first Thursday of each month.
Home Communion can bt taken to houses in the Benefice.   A Service is held at The Glen usually on the second Tuesday of each month.

Regular Home discussion groups are announced on the notice board and in the Parish Magazine. 

To Arrange a Baptism     please contact:  Hilary Foster on 830664

To arrange a Wedding    please contact:  Revd. Peter Sear on 838843  

For up to date information on services visit https://www.facebook.com/stpetersevercreechevents/

ST MARY'S CHURCH, CHESTERBLADE 
click here to find out more

 

ST JAMES' CHURCH, MILTON CLEVEDON
click here to find out more

THE CHURCH'S WORK AMONGST CHILDREN & YOUNG PEOPLE
click here to find out more

 

 

 

 

 

PARISH MAGAZINE

Are you missing out on news of local events?

Then you should take "Evercreech News", the monthly magazine produced by St Peter's Church for the whole community. It includes information about local events and reports from local societies. Please pick up the latest copy from St Peter's Church. If you would like to subscribe regularly contact:

Carol Searle on 347823. pmag@cannards.co.uk

 

PARISH CHURCH FLOWER ROTA

 

 

Fresh flowers and foliage are always needed to decorate the church. If anyone would like to contribute flowers or a donation, or would like to join the flower rota please contact:

Margaret Elliott: 830209, Hazel Fry: 830393

 

Would you like to help to look after our beautiful church?

There are several regular jobs which village people volunteer to do, for example, dusting the pews. As well as the satisfaction of making the building clean and welcoming for all who use it, I find that time spent on these jobs can provide an opportunity for some quiet time in lovely surroundings. Cleaning can be seen as a mundane occupation but the end result can be satisfying and pleasure taken from a job well done. Church cleaning can provide a time for peaceful reflection and prayer while working in the empty building. It is also a pleasure to meet others from the village and visitors from further afield who come in while you are working.

For centuries our church must have been cared for by all sorts of people and we now have the chance to take our turn to cherish this beautiful place for ourselves and our village community in “this our generation” and for those yet to come within its walls. If you would like to join in this care or would like to ask any questions about it, please talk to the churchwardens or myself.  The list of jobs on the rota each month is up in church, please sign up for the jobs you would like to do.

  Belinda Canning 01749 831341

 

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