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.

In addition to our normal activities in our churches, we continue to offer online worship and live streamed video services from St Andrews. Please see our online worship page for our latest offerings, or the news page for the latest details and what is going on around the benefice.

Location Details

Church Street Wiveliscombe TA4 2LR

Latest Information

Online Worship live from St Andrews – this Sunday 5th Sept 2021

This Sunday we will be ‘test running’ our improved live streaming facilities and we will be streaming our service at 10:45am live from St Andrews. Front this point onwards, we are hoping to be able to broadcast our service each week from St Andrews church for those who are unable to attend but would still like to take part. All videos will be available to watch at any time after the service too. We will be using YouTube from here…

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…