All Saints' Church, East Pennard, Somerset
A Church within the Fosse Trinity Benefice
Interim Priest in Charge: Canon Graham Hendy
All Saints’ Church East Pennard dates from the 14th century and is a grade I listed building.
The tower contains a clock dated 1788, and five bells which are reputed to be the heaviest peal of five in existence. The restoration of the clock face is now complete and the clock will be working by Christmas. The Reredos is also having some restoration work during December.
Inside the church is a Norman Font and several stained-glass windows, also an altar screen and monuments to the Martins and Napiers.
All Saints' Church belongs to a group of churches known as The Fosse Trinity Benefice which serve the communities of Ditcheat, Alhampton, East Pennard and Pylle parishes. For information relating to Benefice personnel, services, events, courses, groups see pages, and for the Fosse Trinity News please click here.
Traditional Sunday Services
All Saints Church is part of the Fosse Trinity Benefice along with Ditcheat Church, Pylle Church and Alhampton Chapel.
On the first and third Sunday of every month except August there is an East Pennard service at 11:00 am followed by coffee, and there are occasional additional services.
Click here for further details, including details on service times for other Fosse Benefice Churches.
All of our services include worship, song, prayer, reading from God's Word and a message. The third Sunday service includes communion. Children and dogs are welcome. For further details please see the Fosse Trinity News.
East Pennard Church is generally open from 10:00 am to 4:00 pm most days, and always Thursdays to Sundays. For access at other times contact a Church warden via contact us. Visitors are very welcome.
The Church is fully accessible and has disabled toilet facilities.
We can't wait to see you at our next service.