The Benefice of
Pilton with Croscombe,
North Wootton and
Welcome to Croscombe Parish Church.
Croscombe village sits in the steep sided valley of the River Sheppey, on the edge of the Mendip hills in Somerset. The parish includes the hamlets of Thrupe and Ham and a number of scattered homes and farms. The parish church of St Mary is a beautiful medieval building with a renowned Jacobean interior. It is open for all and is the home of a welcoming regular congregation. The church is well visited by villagers and others and used for special services and celebrations as well as weddings, baptisms and funerals. To know more about church life, or to discuss any other matter please contact one of the churchwardens, Jenny Mitchell: 01749 345405 or Ann Williamson 01749 342919
Churchwardens and the Parochial Church Council
The Churchwardens and the Church Council have responsibility for running the local church. To enquire about or discuss local church events and developments, the church building or churchyard please contact one of the churchwardens.
parish church of St. Mary the Virgin - croscombe
Mrs Jenny Mitchell, Townsend Barn, Long Street, BA5 3QQ 345405
Mrs. Ann Williamson, 3 St. John's Court, St. John Street, Wells, BA5 1SD 428133
Mr Terry McCarthy, Rectory Cottage, BA5 3QJ 345139
Mrs Janet Dowding, Livadia, Fayreway, BA5 3RQ 330725
Magazine Collection Point for Croscombe: The Village Stores
CHILDREN AND CHURCH
Children are welcome at any of our services in particular our Family Services and are also welcome at the Sunday Clubs at Dinder and Croscombe.
YOUTH ON SUNDAY
YOS is a group of young people from all four parishes that meets on the first Sunday of each month at 6.00pm in Dinder Village Hall. New members are welcome. For more information contact Mrs Becky Gilbert at firstname.lastname@example.org or 01749 676739
The Friends of St Mary’s Croscombe has been set up to preserve this unique and beautiful building at the heart of our vibrant community. Without your support, the costs of maintaining the church building could not be met. We welcome our Friends from the village, the South West and all over the world!
CROSCOMBE C of E V.A. PRIMARY SCHOOL
The Church has close links with the school and there are more details about the school on their website at: