Generally there is a service of Matins in the church on the second Sunday in each month and Holy Communion, usually spoken, on the third Sunday in each month, and a Group Service if there is a Fifth Sunday in the month.
To check when there is a service, go to http://www.achurchnearyou.com/maperton-st-peter-st-paul/ and look at Services and Events.
Services tend to follow the order laid down in the Book of Common Prayer ("1662") and lessons are read from the King James Bible.
We are fortunate in having a range of organists who are willing to play for us on a Sunday: we aspire to have singable hymns!
We are a non-profit organisation and welcome any kind of support. If you would like to support us, please check out the Support Us page for more information.
For a map and directions for finding the church, go to the Contact Us page.
Disabled Access: This is an old building: it is not designed for wheeled access and compromises have to be made. There is a two-inch step up into the porch and nave, but access beyond the nave is restricted.
Amenities: There are no publicly accessible lavatory or washing facilities at the church or in Maperton village.
Taxis: Destination Travel - 01963.34441 in Wincanton.
Banks, doctors and chemists: Wincanton (3 miles)
Railways: Castle Cary (Great Western) - 6 miles - or Templecombe (South-west Trains), 4 miles
St. Peter & St. Paul's Church,
The church is normally open during daylight hours in the winter and from 9.30 am until 6 pm in the summer. If it is shut, a key can be obtained from J. Scott at Yarn Barton (details on the notice-board in the porch) or ring 07966.171723
Copyright in all photographs on this website belongs to O.J. de C. Scott, L.R.P.S.