USUAL SERVICE TIMES EACH MONTH
Additionally Sunday worship online – See Link
1st Sunday No Service
2nd Sunday 10.30am Common Worship Holy Communion
3rd Sundays 10.30am Morning Prayer
4th Sunday 10.30am Common Worship Holy Communion
Tuesdays 8.30am Prayers for the Village (tbc)
At Odcombe church we like to celebrate! So we have special events for Christmas, Holy week and Lent, Easter and also Mothering Sunday, Rogation and Harvest
As we reopen for worship, there will be a modified pattern initially.
DISABILITY ACCESS STATEMENT
There is no designated parking at present so please park on the roadside, but there is a smooth tarmac path from the road to the porch. A ramp is available for those who use wheels; large print hymn books and a hearing loop are available.
The Parish Church of St. Peter and St. Paul, Odcombe has been in existence since the 13th century. The present building is several hundred years old, and was extended about 170 years ago and can accommodate up to 200 people. From the tower magnificent views of the Village and its surrounding countryside in every direction – as far as Pilsdon Pen near Lyme Regis, and the Mendip Mast near Wells, can be seen.
It has six bells and a regular team of bell ringers. There are some 25 stained glass windows, including ones depicting each of the Apostles. The large window behind the altar and the ‘Good Shepherd’ window are striking modem designs. Plaques on the West wall commemorate Thomas Coryate and his book – “Coryate’s Crudities”, chronicling his journeying through Europe in the early 1600s. He is credited with introducing the fork and parasol into England. Another plaque commemorates Humphrey Hody, a scholar who bequeathed land to the church – some of which now offer allotments to villagers. Grants for apprentices or college students are still distributed annually. Odcombe is proud to have their own set of carols, which are sung all around the village every year.
Church address: Dray Road, Odcombe, Somerset, BA22
CHURCH OPEN TIMES
Awaiting appointment; all enquiries to Parish Office
Telephone: 01935 824167
‘I have come that they may have life in all its fullness’ (John 10 )
When and where, learn more about us and the types of services we offer across the benefice
Meetings, Groups and activities, find out what’s going on across the Benefice on our Events Page
We would love to hear from you. Please contact us via the details on the Who’s Who page