The Church of St. James the Apostle in Somerton is an ancient, Grade 1 listed church that is open daily to visitors and is the centre for the village’s spiritual life and a focus for a variety of social activities.
The church is unusually large and imposing for what has never been a large village. It contains remarkable monuments and has architectural elements from the eleventh to the sixteenth centuries.
Sunday services vary week-to-week each month and include:
- First Sunday – 6pm Evensong (clergy led)
- Second Sunday – 9:30am Sunday Club (lay led)
- Third Sunday – 11am Matins (clergy led)
- Fourth Sunday – 9:30an Family Service (clergy led)
For more about the church’s history and images, visit somertonoxon.co.uk.