Welcome to St Benedict’s

NOTICES

  • Weekly Prayer List

    Click the picture to see who needs your prayers this week.

  • Annual Meetings happening soon
     

    Our Meeting for the Election of Churchwardens and the Annual Parochial Church Meeting (APCM) are coming up. They will be held in St Ben’s on Thursday 20th May at 7.15pm and 7.30pm respectively. If you’re on our Church Electoral Roll you will have received, by post or hand delivery, an information pack for the meetings including the 2020 Annual Report. The report, which includes the accounts, is also available on our Official Noticeboard page. Please come if you are able.

    Note that the Meeting for the Election of Churchwardens is open to all residents of St Benedict’s Parish as well as those on our Church Electoral Roll.

  • Video showing the flowers beautifying St Ben’s for Easter Sunday

    Click the picture to watch a 5 minute video taking you around our church to see the lovely flower arrangements in the window ledges and elsewhere.

  • Somerset Vicar’s “Twin My Vaccine” campaign.

    A little while ago, Roger drew our attention to this scheme to help the world’s poorest get the Covid vaccine. It’s been an amazing success, as reported by the BBC. In fact, the £80k quoted there is out of date. As of writing this on 20th April, the Just Giving page shows £123k.

GENERAL INFORMATION

For downloads of daily readings and other news items that could affect you, take a look at St John’s News page by clicking here.

Official Noticeboard

Click the picture to go to our page for official notices and documents. Note that details of services and other activities are not posted there.

Inclusive Church

St Ben’s is part of the Inclusive Church network. Click on the logo to read more on our Who We Are page.

Our Google events calendar can be viewed here

Check out our “A Church Near You” site at
https://www.achurchnearyou.com/church/10978/

SAFEGUARDING

Safeguarding refers to the range of plans and activities that are put in place to protect children and adults who may be vulnerable to abuse and neglect, from being harmed. Safeguarding in the church community – making our church safe for young people and vulnerable adults – is everyone’s responsibility.

Our Parish Safeguarding Policy can be viewed here.

If you wish to report concerns or possible abuse, please contact one of the following: