St. Lawrence Church can be found at the heart of the old village of Wick St. Lawrence, the church dates from the 16th century. The church is a wonderful place to find some peace and quiet with God in the middle of a busy day. It is always open during daylight hours and anyone is welcome to come in to explore the building or enjoy the quiet of the church. On some Saturdays we hold Sanctuary Mornings between 10am and 12-midday. An open invitation is extended to anyone to come and sit in the tanquil surroundings for as long or as short as you like. Our vicar will be available to talk or pray with or you can sit quietly alone; refreshments available. Keep a look out for the sign outside of the church for details of our next Sanctuarty Morning.
There is a service every Sunday, with morning and evening services alternating weekly. Morning services begin at 10am on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month and tend to be quite lively and informal. On the 3rd Sunday we have Sunday Club for 0-9s and Sunday Youth Gang for 10-16s which meet during the service. If you would like to be on the email mailing list for morning services please contact us below. Evening services begin at 6pm on the 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month and offer a more traditional style of worship.
Our full list of forthcoming services, Sanctuary Mornings and church events can be found on the events panel to the left.
Baptism (Christening) Marriages and Funerals
If you are thinking about Baptism or marriage, or planning a funeral and would like more information please contact Worle Parish Office at St Mark’s Church, St Mark’s Road, Worle. Tel: 01934 515922 or telephone Rev Emma Amyes, 01934 521765
Our vicar is Rev Emma Amyes, who can be contacted directly at:
21 Westmarch Way
Here at St Lawrence Church we take safeguarding very seriously. Our Safeguarding Officer is Kath Kidd who may be contacted via the Parish Office or here. Kath is part of a parish-wide safeguarding team which meets throughout the year to share good practice. This team also plan a month-long, parish-wide safeguarding focus once a year, to remind our congregations of the importance of a strong safeguarding culture.
Safeguarding in the church community – making our churches safe for children, young people and vulnerable adults – is everyone’s responsibility.
St Lawrence Church follows the safeguarding policies of the Diocese of Bath and Wells (of which we are a part.)
We are supported by the diocesan safeguarding team, who provide us with training and advice.
Please click here to go straight to the safeguarding policies and contact information on the diocesan website.
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