All are warmly welcome at all of our services. Normally, everyone is encouraged to stay behind after our services for tea or coffee and a chat, but that time of fellowship has had to be suspended during the pandemic. We hope to be able to restore it soon.

The altar table in the centre of the nave after the first of our Celtic Communion services, held in the round

Sunday Services

Our normal monthly cycle of weekly Sunday services has been suspended during the pandemic. Currently we have two Sunday services per month, both at 11am:

  • 2nd Sunday of the month: Contemplative Worship
  • 4th Sunday of the month: Celtic Communion

When there is a 5th Sunday in the month we have a shared Benefice Communion with St John’s and St Mary’s at 10am, currently held in St John’s. On other Sundays there are services at St John’s – see St John’s website for details. There is also a service of Holy Communion at St Mary’s Meare on the 1st Sunday of each month at 11.30am.

Our regular pattern of worship includes monthly sharing with Glastonbury United Reformed Church, another part of our lives together that has had to be suspended. We hope to restore this can be restored soon.

NOTE: There will not be a 4th Sunday service in St Ben’s on 27th June because our curate Michele is celebrating her first Communion at St John’s at 10am, following her ordination as priest the day before.

Weekday Services

Morning Prayer is held in St Ben’s at 9am on Wednesdays.

The Communion Service normally held at 10.30am on Thursdays is suspended during the pandemic. We hope it will be re-started soon.

Morning Prayer is held in St John’s on Tuesdays, St Mary’s Meare on Thursdays and St Margaret’s Chapel on Fridays. All at 9am.


For other events at St Ben’s see our Google Events Calendar.

For events in our Benefice see the Benefice Google Events Calendar.

Last updated on May 24th, 2021 at 10:43 am