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.

Our churches are open, but we are still producing online worship! Please see our online church area for our latest online broadcasts, or the news and information area for details on what is going on, the latest notice sheet and magazine.

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Location Details

Church Street Wiveliscombe TA4 2LR

Latest Online Broadcasts

“Jesus feeds the crowd”

Seven Towers Service for 2nd August 2020 In our service today we look at Matthew 14: 13-21 Today, our 90 second intro visits other churches of the benefice. We hope you are blessed by this. THIS WEEK’S  NOTICE SHEET You may also like to experience, with John, Harry, Kate & Peter:THIS WEEKEND: HOLIDAY SPECIAL – “NEW WINE” ONLINE – FREE!!All details available at: “NEW WINE”

Silence, Please (2/2)

Concludes Silence Please talk on Silent Prayer, touching on ways of staying focussed in the silence: observing and letting go.

Free Lunch or Costly Discipleship?

Seven Towers Service for 26th July 2020 In our service this week we look at Matthew 13:31-52. Today’s Reading is by: Bekky, Charlotte & George Mills Our Worship is lead by: Adam Green Our Prayers are lead by: Liz & Andy Kilbride

Seven Towers Service for Sunday 19th July Onwards

Sorry for the late start this morning – a last minute copyright issue prevented the video from being released. This week in our final service in it’s current format we look at “Resisting the sin, loving the sinner”, following the parable of the weeds in Matthew 13:24-30, 36-43. Words for the hymns and reading are not included in the video this week as we are preparing for scaled-down versions of the Seven Towers service for the summer, or other forms…

Latest Information

Church Services Resume

Sunday morning services at St Andrew’s will resume as from this Sunday 19th July at 10.45 a.m. This week, the service will be Morning Prayer. To minimise the spread of infection, we shall meet in the churchyard during July and August. Individuals will be asked to keep  a 2 metre safe distance. Members of households can sit together without distancing. We shall only meet inside the church if the weather makes outdoor worship impossible. Please bring your own chair(s) No…

Opening Churches for Private Prayer

As from this Monday 15th June Each church in the benefice will devise its own schedule of opening for personal private prayer, because there are restrictions and safety procedures which must be observed to protect those praying from the risk of infection and all are able to open for private prayer in accordance with governmental and diocesan guidelines. The Hills Churches St Michael’s, Raddington and St Mary Magdalene, Clatworthy are open 11am till 12 noon on Sundays, St Peter’s, Huish…

Happy Ordinary Time, everyone!

(If you’re wondering what that is, it is the period between Trinity Sunday (the climax of all the spiritual observances which began with Holy Week) and Advent Sunday on 28th November. But don’t get the idea that it will be “ordinary” in the sense of hum-drum, boring , or soporific: “ordinary” in this context means “ordered” – in other words, given a structure and a purpose. And that purpose is to live and grow in the life of God’s Spirit whom…