St. Peter & Paul Church, Lufton, near Yeovil, BA22 8SU.

St. Peter & Paul Church, Lufton, near Yeovil, BA22 8SU.

St. Peter & Paul Church, Lufton, near Yeovil, BA22 8SU. St. Peter & Paul Church, Lufton, near Yeovil, BA22 8SU. St. Peter & Paul Church, Lufton, near Yeovil, BA22 8SU.

Welcome to our Church in South East Somerset. Scroll down the page for more about us;  the next page is all about our  splendid new organ.

church services at lufton.

  

During the present health emergency,

the church can be made available

at any time for Prayer and Reflection.


Telephone 07730 526166 or email


churchwarden@lufton.co.uk


Evening Prayer with Prayers for the Parish will continue to be said every Sunday at 6.00.p.m.. 


Our Sunday Services are quiet traditional worship

from the Book of Common Prayer, lasting about 25 minutes.


“But now thus saith the Lord that created thee; 

Fear not; I have called thee by thy name;

thou art mine; I have loved thee;

thou art precious in my sight.” 

About Us

Thankyou for finding our Website.

Here you will find out a little about our worship, our history, and our plans for the future.

We hope you enjoy reading about us, and seeing some of the pictures of our much-loved church.

The small congregation at Lufton greets you, and we thank you for your interest in our church and what we try to do. Details of our times of worship together can be found further down the page. It would be wonderful if one day you were able to join us. 

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We seek to worship and praise God faithfully week by week in the corner of His Creation that He has lent us. We are a very traditionalist congregation, and although we are small in number, we try to experience the love of God in our worship, and to show it in our lives. We are delighted when anyone joins us for worship, and if we meet them as strangers, we pray that we part as friends in the name of the Lord Jesus. 

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The Font.

The great treasure of the church, dates at least from Norman times, and may even be Saxon in origin, its rope moulding still as crisp as when it was carved a thousand years ago.

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The Altar.

Here we meet with our Risen and Ascended Lord in the Sacrament. The stained glass shows Mary and Martha welcoming Our Lord into their home; the text quotes Psalm XVI, "In Thy presence is the Fullness of Joy."

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Thankyou for finding our Website

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Thankyou for finding our Website

Below you will find a little bit about our history, some photographs of our church, and a contact to the other churches in our Benefice.


Here is a link to the Benefice Website:


www.fivecrosses.weebly.com



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Welcome to our Church

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Thankyou for finding our Website

We worship every Sunday evening at 6.00.p.m.


If you are able to join us, you will be made very welcome.


Our Services are all from the Book of Common Prayer.


Holy Communion is celebrated on the Fourth Sunday of the month, and Evening Prayer on every other Sunday.

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Please contact us using these details

Please contact us using these details

Please contact us using these details

Email: churchwarden@lufton.co.uk


Telephone: 07730 526 166


Churchwarden,

Sunnybank,

Alvington,

Yeovil.

BA22 8TH.


Lufton as a community has existed since before Roman times. The area is rich in archaeology, and Lufton Roman Villa is nationally important, containing an elaborate bath complex, hypocausts, and mosaic flooring. The original church dated from at least Norman times, but was comprehensively rebuilt in 1865 by Benjamin Ferrey, Diocesan Architect. The medieval village has been lost, possibly as a result of the Black Death, and the present community is very small, consisting of a few cottages, the Edwardian Manor House and Manor Farm, both now occupied by Lufton College. 

However, with the westward expansion of Yeovil, there is a massive area of new housing development in the parish, some of which has been built and is occupied, the remaining 600 houses are in course of building. There is also a new Primary School, which opened in September of 2018, and called 'Kingfisher' School. It contains a Community Room, to be called, we hope, "The Archie Dean Room" in memory of a much-loved previous Rector, whose dream it always was to see a school built on this site.

All this development gives the Church enormous opportunities for engaging with our new community, and over the last fourteen years we have been praying and working hard that we may use this opportunity that God has opened to us, to His Honour and for His Name.

Please pray for us as we try and discern what is God's will for us, and the work he is giving us to do in the parish. 

Your comments and feed-back would be most welcome. Please feel free to contact us. We promise to reply as soon as possible.