Welcome to “Wivey and The Hills”!

Wiveliscombe, or Wivey as it known locally, is west of Taunton in Somerset, near to Exmoor National Park. Our Church of England Benefice comprises of churches in Wiveliscombe and the villages of Langley Marsh, Waterrow, Chipstable, Raddington, Clatworthy, Huish Champflower, Brompton Ralph and Tolland – villages nestled in the nearby Brendon Hills.

Whilst we are unable to undertake normal activities in our churches, we will continue to broadcast online worship. Please see our online church area for our latest online broadcasts, or the news and information area for the latest details and what is going on around the benefice.

When able, we will broadcast services live to our Facebook page too. Join the page using the button below or see the videos without a Facebook account by clicking the link on the Online Church page.

Emergency appeal on behalf of The Semiliki Trust

In May 2021 one of Africa’s largest volcanoes erupted, by June decimating large parts of the city of Goma with it’s lava flows. Goma is a city long supported by our Benefice through the Semiliki Trust, and they are now in need of emergency aid to help the humanitarian crisis they are faced with.

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Church Street Wiveliscombe TA4 2LR

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Emergency appeal on behalf of the Semiliki Trust – June 2021

On Sat., 22nd May, Africa’s largest, most active and most dangerous volcano (Mt. Nyiragongo, which sits at the point where the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), Uganda and Rwanda meet) erupted. Congregations in this benefice have been supporting the church congregations in that area for 10 years now, especially in and around Goma – a small city built on the lower slopes of the volcano, some 13 miles from its erupting peak. When the larva flows hit Goma during Saturday…