St Peter & St Paul, Great Somerford
The church, a Grade One Listed building, dates from the 15th century but traces of an older building have been found below the tower.
Our weekly services are mainly traditional, and of course we celebrate Feast Days as well as baptisms, weddings and funerals.
We have fortnightly Home Study Group (please see the Groups page for more details of Home Groups), and our Lent lunches are well supported.
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|Sunday of the Month||Time||Service|
|1st Sunday||9.30am||Morning Prayer or Holy Communion*|
|2nd Sunday||11am||Family Service|
|3rd Sunday||6pm||Evening Prayer|
|4th Sunday||10.30am||Woodbridge Group-wide service at different churches in the Group by rotation.|
|5th Sunday||9am||Woodbridge Group-wide service at different churches in the Group by rotation.|