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The Church of St. Peter & St.Paul, Bleadon


Our Parish Church is centrally situated in a parish including both country and urban settlement. Christian worship has been celebrated for over seven hundred years here. The building is a Grade 1 listed structure and we welcome visitors to our services: perhaps just to take a “look around”. The Church is open for visitors every weekday throughout the year.


Our Sunday worship reflects the “middle ground” of Anglican practice with the Eucharist being the main service. Nevertheless a variety of alternative forms of devotion are performed.


You are invited to join the Friends of the Church Friends of the Church who arrange a varied selection of events throughout the year thus raising funds towards Church expenditure.


The Church has now also developed its own website where you will find information from this site and latest information on services, church contacts etc.



Church Services

Please check local notice boards or visit the Church website for any changes and latest information



Music is an important aspect of our worship and we have a dedicated organist and choir who contribute a great deal in emphasising the spiritual message.


Our Parish Priest is Reverend Tim Erridge so for more information and contact details please see the Church noticeboards and/or visit the church website



The Friends of St. Peter and St. Paul Church Bleadon



The Friends organise the social and fund-raising side (like the popular May Day Bank Holiday Fayre) of the Church to which every villager and their friends are invited.


Whilst many of the yearly events appear with regularity we are always looking for good new ideas which might interest the village as a whole.


If you know of anyone who would be interested in joining us to help with the planning and organisation of future events, please telephone the church, the church website or email.



Rectories of Bleadon

The rectory built in 1821 by the Rev. David Williams. It was demolished around 1976. Photograph by kind permission of Mrs. Margaret Cullen, shown on the left.

Mulberry House, the original rectory, its name came from the 300 year old mulberry tree in the garden. Recently it was used as a guest house.