WELCOME FROM THE RECTOR OF THE CAMELOT BENEFICE
Welcome to the website for the Camelot Group of parishes. We hope it will both inform and encourage you.
As Christians we wish to grow in the knowledge of God’s love in Christ so that we may pass that love on to others. Our prayer is that “we might live in love, as Christ loved us and gave himself up for us”. (Ephesians 5:2).
In this time of restrictions placed upon us by the coronavirus emergency the church buildings are closed to visitors. However, the church is the people of God. In that sense we are very much alive and our values of growing as a worshipper, servant and family remain as relevant as ever.
On behalf of the church, I extend my warmest greetings and pray for God’s grace and blessing on your life.
An Easter message from the Rector:
As Christians we wish to grow in the knowledge of God’s love in Christ so that we may pass that love on to others.
Our prayer is that ‘we might live in love, as Christ loved us and gave himself up for us’
We take the safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults very seriously. Any concerns on these matters should be raised in the first instance with the Safeguarding Officer for the Camelot Parishes, Mrs Bethan Bullock, email@example.com or 01963 359066. Alternatively if you have concerns about a child or young person you may contact Childline on 0800 1111. The Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser, Glenys Armstrong, firstname.lastname@example.org, tel 01749 685135 is also available for help and advice.
If necessary please report the matter to Somerset County Council Social Services, tel 0300 123 2224. If there is immediate risk or danger please contact the police by dialling 999.
Further information, including our Safeguarding Policy and details of other useful telephone helplines, can be found on our Policies page.
All Churches Closed and Services Suspended
As a result of the Coronavirus restrictions all our Churches are closed and services suspended until further notice. For more information see the latest advice on the Diocesan website, which contains links to the latest guidance from the Church of England.
Local Resources for Prayer and Worship
Local resources for prayer and worship during this time can be found on the Cutting Edge Camelot page. Cutting Edge Camelot is an electronic magazine produced twice a week and distributed around the Camelot Parishes. The April and May editions of the Camelot Parishes magazine, Excalibur, can be downloaded below.
BENEFICE OF CAMELOT
WHERE TO FIND OUR CHURCHES
Compton Pauncefoot, St Mary
Compton Pauncefoot – St Mary the Virgin
Old Road, Compton Pauncefoot, Yeovil, Somerset BA22 7EL Read about St Mary the Virgin Church
BRATTON SEYMOUR, St Nicholas
BRATTON SEYMOUR – St Nicholas
Church Walk, Bratton Seymour, Somerset, BA9 8BY Read more about St Nicholas
HOLTON, St Nicholas
Holton – Saint Nicholas Church
Saint Nicholas Church Holton, Wincanton, Somerset BA9, UK Read more about Saint Nicholas Church
MAPERTON, St Peter & St Paul
Maperton – St Peter & St Paul
St Peter & St Paul , Maperton, Somerset, BA9 8EJ Read more about St Peter and St Paul’s Church
NORTH CHERITON, St John the Baptist
North Cheriton – St John the Baptist
St John the Baptist , North Cheriton, Somerset, BA8 0AE Read more about St John the Baptist Church
BLACKFORD, St Michael
Blackford – St Michael’s
St Michael’s , Blackford, Somerset, BA22 7EB Read more about St Michael’s Church
GALHAMPTON, Nonconformist Chapel
SOUTH CADBURY, St Thomas a Becket
South Cadbury – St Thomas a Becket
St Thomas a Becket : Church Lane, South Cadbury, Somerset, BA22 7HA Read more about St Thomas a Becket Church
NORTH CADBURY, St Michael the Archangel
North Cadbury – St Michael the Archangel
7 Woolston Road, North Cadbury, Yeovil, Somerset BA22 7DW, UK Read more about St Michael the Archangel
YARLINGTON, St Mary the Virgin
Yarlington – St Mary the Virgin
St Mary the Virgin : Pound Lane, Yarlington, Somerset, BA9 8DJ Read more about St Mary the Virgin
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