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There’s lots going on and it’s all focussed on our mission
to know, share and spread the love of God”.

For current services please see ‘Services’ page

CORONAVIRUS NEWS: 3rd Lockdown news:
Our Main Sunday worship is on “Zoom” at 10.30am weekly. E-mail for details.
Church Buildings are open for limited services – see ‘Services’ page
Open for private prayer as shown below:
Broomfield, Cheddon & West Monkton: Every day during daylight hours
Kingston:    Wednesdays and Sundays 9am – 4pm
See the video (click here) or read the information sheet (click here) of what to expect when you return to your church building.)
Unless you are exempt a Face Mask MUST be worn in church

LENT GROUPS will begin w/c Monday 22nd February on Zoom
Mondays 2.00pm
Wednesdays 7.30pm
Please contact office@southquantockbenefice.org.uk for information, to order a course book and to sign up or tel: 01823451257

What have we been up to since the Spring?
See our Christmas Newsletter

Virtual services
Our own church Zoom service on Sundays – email us for details
Youtube weekly video reflection – see link below
Compline Service for Epiphany from Rev Mary for daily use – see link below
The Church of England has daily morning and Evening Worship including Common Worship and BCP https://daily.commonworship.com/(you can find readings, prayers in traditional and more modern forms for daily use.) 


Broomfield Church Repair & Conservation Project – Update January 13th 2021
Broomfield Church requires extensive works if it is to remain open as a regular place of worship, centre for community events and as an active centre for local bell-ringers, and for regular and occasional visitors. Emergency works were undertaken to upper sections of the outside of the tower and to some of the electrics last year, but further works to the remainder of the tower, roof, walls, external and interior woodwork, and windows are urgently needed. Damp penetration has affected parts of the floor resulting in some pews subsiding. Further electrical works, plasterwork and redecorating are required.
Thanks to a loan from Kingston St. Mary’s PCC and generous donations from parishioners and the wider community, the ‘seed funds’ were in place to commence grant applications for this £50,000 project. In December, Allchurches Trust confirmed a £2,000 award to assist with the required ‘Third Party Contribution’, and on 8 January Viridor Credits announced an application for the major part of the required funds was successful.
By the time you are reading this, it is hoped the formalities and legalities will have been completed and an agreement can be made to commence works imminently. Grateful thanks have already been extended to the two grant providers.
The Covid related restrictions and church closure affected income over the last year, with fund-raising activities cancelled, regular giving by church-goers reduced, and the donations made by the hundreds of visitors from Fyne Court, the South Quantock Heritage Trail, and those seeking peace and prayer all affected. Already there are plans for events to celebrate ‘new beginnings’ when hopefully the virus will be contained and the church will return renewed and reinvigorated as the centre of the community as it has been for some 800 years.
Continuing thanks to all who have contributed through donations, prayer and support. And we hope that you and others will continue to support this project. It is particularly heartening to see how the wider community from across the South Quantock Benefice and beyond has responded. Thank you!
If you feel able to help :-
To donate: BACS to A/C; 05803497 Sort Code: 60-80-06 or contact Broomfield PCC Treasurer John Earp: dandjearp@btinternet.com or telephone 07785 314673
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