The Parish Church of St Leonard, Shipham
The Square, Shipham, Somerset BS25 1TW
Our mission is to share the unconditional love of God,
to nurture the faith of believers, and to proclaim the
good news of Jesus Christ.
Shipham Parish Church was built
in 1843 on the site of a smaller, mediaeval church. It is unusual in having an octagonal castellated bell-tower, and an impressive nave roof supported by arch-braced queen post trusses. The tower houses a peal of six bells. One
of the stained glass windows commemorates Hannah More, a local philanthropist. The church is Grade 2 Listed, and was extensively re-ordered in 1986.
Take a look at some of our activities:
We take safeguarding very seriously at St Leonard's.
If you have a safeguarding concern about a child
or vulnerable adult, please contact Jo Newton
(our Safeguarding Officer) on 01934 843246,
or click here to contact the safeguarding team
at the Diocese of Bath and Wells.
The Church of England's Safeguarding Policy
can be found at the following link:
The results of the May 2021 Survey and
St Leonard's Annual report for 2020
are attached below
Times of Services
First Sunday 8.00am Holy Communion
Second Sunday 10.00am United Zoom Communion
Third Sunday 10.00am Together in Worship
informal morning service
Fourth Sunday 10.00am Parish Communion
with Prayers for Healing
Fifth Sunday 10.00am United Benefice Communion
at Shipham or Rowberrow
SHIPHAM CHURCH IS NOW OPEN AGAIN
FOR PRIVATE PRAYER EVERY DAY
FROM 9am to 4pm
See Church Notices for more information.