All Saints Church is situated in the heart of Kingston Seymour and is one of five village churches looked after by Yatton Moor Team Ministry, a Training Parish within the Diocese of Bath and Wells.
Services in the beautiful 15th Century stone-built Church meet a variety of needs, from Prayer book Evensong and Holy Communion to informal family worship. Christian and farming year festivals are joyfully intertwined and celebrated especially at Christmas, Plough Sunday, Easter, Harvest, and All Saints’-tide. We join with and support family members at the special times of baptisms, weddings and funerals.
We have lively and active groups; Sunday School, Flower Guild, Choir (both adult and junior) Mothers’ Union, House Group, Bell ringing and Friends of All Saints’ which all enrich our Church and community life. Fund raising events are varied, enjoyable and lively.
We’d love to welcome you to join us at one of our services, or simply come and enjoy the deep peace of this holy place.
Additional information about our church and details of services can be found at the Yatton Moor Team Ministry website here.
For Activities at All Saints Church see the Upcoming Events section of the website.
For more information about All Saints Kingston Seymour please contact our Church Wardens on 01934 833593 and 01934 833134
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