St John the Baptist Church, Carhampton, Somerset.

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The Church of St John the Baptist in Carhampton, Somerset, England is a Grade I listed Anglican Church. The first church in the village stood to the east of the present church and was dedicated to St Carantoc a Welsh monk of the 6th century. The current church was built in the 11th or 12th-century and entirety restored between 1862 and 1870.

Regular Events:

The Church

Sunday Worship:


Visitors are also warmly welcomed to the Sunday Services, do stay behind after the service for Coffee/Tea & biscuits and a chat!


Daily Prayer:


Whilst the Church is closed, feel free to join our Friday prayer group from your own home at 09:00 every Friday. To get the daily readings from “the Revised Common Lectionary” CLICK HERE

Coffee Mornings: ON HOLD


We hold regular Coffee Mornings on the First Saturday of every month when you can drop by for a coffee or a nice “cuppa” and home made cake or biscuits (sometimes a bacon roll or toasted teacake or fresh doughnuts). See what is on offer for sale, this varies according to the time of year: Home made cakes, jams and Chutney, Infused Oils, “pre-loved” clothing, books and bric-a-brac and in the Spring/Early Summer garden & Indoor plants and in the Autumn Fruit & Vegetables.


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Safeguarding: For safeguarding details please see our diocesan website:

https://www.bathandwells.org.uk/diocese/safeguarding/

To speak to someone about safeguarding please contact a member of the diocesan safeguarding team:

Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser, Glenys Armstrong, 01749 685135

Diocesan Assistant Safeguarding Adviser, Helen Humphreys, 01749 685103


Note: During the coronavirus crisis the church will be closed for public worship but will be open on Sundays for private prayer.