What’s On

What’s On



Doughnut Dialogue
To continue our journey of knowing Christ more deeply, we need to continue learning and exploring His Word. This learning path doesn’t end, as we must keep challenging ourselves in our understanding and application of the Scriptures in our lives. The encouragement to keep on learning is clear: “For now we see in a mirror, dimly, but then we will see face to face. Now I know only in part; then I will know fully, even as I have been fully known.” (1 Corinthians 13:12). God is revealed.

To help with this a monthly get together takes place to discuss various aspects of the Christian Faith, whilst at the same time many people munch on a rather tasty doughnut or two!

Topics discussed have included; Peace, Stress, Forgiveness
Topics are chosen by those who attend, emphasis is placed on being relaxed and informal.
See the calendar for times and venue.

Other ways to help your journey include working with the children and youth team; singing in the choir and volunteering as a server or reader.

Bell Ringers
St. Peter and All Hallows, West Huntspill Ringing Band meets regularly to ring: 10.30 – 11.00am (most Sunday)
We also hold practise meetings on Mondays from 7.30 pm till 9.00 (though wise to contact Richard beforehand).
On the first and third Monday in the month we meet at Pawlett
On the second Monday we meet at West Huntspill
On the fourth Monday we meet at Highbridge

Visitors and new ringers are always welcome and training can be given. For more information contact Richard (Bell Tower Captain): r.tiley@sky.com 01278 78710

Holy Cross Church, Mark ringers meet every 2nd and 4th Sunday at 9.00 to ring for the 9.30 Sunday Service. We also ring for special services such as Remembrance Sunday, Easter Sunday and the Christmas Christingle and Carol Services.

We are a small band of 6 and, due to the small number in the band able to make evening practices, we don’t meet regularly for weekly practices but practice with ringers from St Andrews Church, Burnham on Sea on the first Wednesday of each month either at Mark (7.30 to 9.00) or Burnham.

Visitors and new ringers are always welcome and training can be arranged – however please ring and check first. For more information contact Daphne Isgar (Mark Tower Secretary) on 01278 641143 or daphne.isgar@btinternet.com

The talented team of flower arrangers ensure the church is appropriately decorated to support regular worship and to enhance festivals such as Easter, Harvest and Christmas.

They are also able to provide wedding flowers, subject to availability, and more details and costs are available from:
Sue Elsworth for East Huntspill tel: 01278 786790
Heather Popham for Mark email: greystonespopham@aol.com
Les Roper for West Huntspill: lesroper58@gmail.com

Like singing? The Songs of Praise service might be for you. Third Sunday of each month at 3pm All Saints Church East Huntspill.

At St Peter and All Hallows Church West Huntspill there are occasional singing sessions where people gather to sing hymns for future services.

Do you enjoy singing with a group, new songs, old songs, neglected songs?

We are Mark choir, currently a ladies only friendly group, rehearsing and singing a wide variety of music from show songs, popular ballads to church music. The choir have sung at a number of weddings, church carol services and other events and are now looking at events in 2018/19. We are looking to expand our group and would warmly welcome new members to come along. Some of our members form a church choir to sing on the first Sunday in the month in church and at other Festival services during the year.

They tell us that group singing is good for relaxation, health and general well- being, so why not come along and give it a try.  The ability to read music is not essential, but if you can you would be most welcome.  What is more important is to enjoy the company of others, be a team player and enjoy singing.

We meet in the warm comfort of Mark church hall on a Wednesday evening between 6.45 and 8.30pm. From start to 7.30 we practice church music and popular anthems for church use, and in the last hour we rehearse songs from the shows and other songs, which we shall be taking into the community.

Come along and give it try  ……. At the moment it is Freeeeee…. And all music is provided. For more info, contact Derek on 01278 788221 dejonsix@aol.com or Heather on 01278 641 225


After the services in each of the In St Peter and All Hallows and Holy Cross Churches

After the 10.30am Morning Worship Service at St. Peter and All Hallows

From 10.30am onwards at Holy Cross Church, Mark. A great opportunity to catch up with friends, find out what’s going on, and enjoy a delicious homemade cake, free of charge.

Saturday Cake Sale

All Saints Church Hall is a hive of activity on the third Saturday of each month from 10:30 – 11.30 am. A chance to buy delicious cake or two…the perfect weekend treat!









St St Peter & All Hallows Pop Up Café. Every Monday 10:30-12 Noon. Free coffee, tea, cake and company! (Warmer months, so please check first)









At all the churches we support and promote Fairtrade goods. A wide-range of goods are available after the service at Mark on the third Sunday of the month.



Community Groups

Within the Benefice of the Huntspill we run fundraising events to help support of Churches and Church Halls. Please visit the Community section under this tab for a full list of this years activities. 

All Saints Community Group East Huntspill

We would like to introduce ourselves and share with you of some of the events we hold throughout the year.
Our aim is to provide community support through our busy weekly coffee mornings, monthly cake sale, as well as a variety of evening events including our much talked about St George’s meal, Music and Dance nights and of course our glorious Spring and Christmas Fayres.

To find out more about forthcoming events please click the links below. To be added to our mailing list to receive monthly flyers email: allsaintscommunitygroup@outlook.com  

Friends of St Peter and All Hallows West Huntspill

The Friends is a secular group of people who care about the future of the Church of St Peter and All Hallows in the Somerset village of West Huntspill. We are not part of the Church but value it as a historic building and community resource.

Our purpose is to involve the wider community in supporting the PCC in conserving the fabric of the Church building by raising funds through membership and by holding a variety of fund raising events. Visit us at friendsofspaahc.org