Who are we?

Wivey and the Hills represents the Church of England parishes of the United Benefice of Wiveliscombe, Chipstable, Raddington, Clatworthy, Huish Champflower, Brompton Ralph and Tolland, in the Diocese of Bath and Wells. The Benefice is in the North Tone Local Ministry Group and in the Taunton Archdeaconry.

  • Wiveliscombe - St Andrew's Langley Marsh - St Luke's
  • Huish Champflower - St Peter's
  • Clatworthy - St Mary Magdalene
  • Chipstable - All Saints
  • Raddington - St Michael's
  • Brompton Ralph - St Mary
  • Tolland - St John the Baptist
  • Waterrow - Church Hall


We are a friendly and active group providing regular Sunday services in a range of different forms across the area as well as providing an active network of service and groups throughout the week across the benefice. We have a number of children and youth groups together with a number of different music groups and study groups.

We welcome all newcomers with open arms a friendly smile and a relaxing cup of tea.

Above all we believe that the mission of church is far more important than the church itself which is why we are so passionate about reaching out into the community, working together with other groups and being an integral part of the community. It is still a mission that is growing for us but one which we hope to develop with Christ.

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Where in the world is Wivey?

Wiveliscombe or Wivey as it is sometimes known is a town in Somerset located 9 miles west of Taunton in the Taunton Deane district. The town has a population of 2,670 and can be found in the foothills of the Brendon Hills.

But the story doesn't end there, it is surrounded by a number of smaller villages which make up the united benefice.

What other churches are there in Wivey

Church in Wiveliscombe is alive and strong. At all of the 7 Church of England Churches that make up the benefice all have regular services. The town is also served by other denominations at the Wiveliscombe Evangelical Congregational Church on Silver Street in Wiveliscombe, at the St Richards Roman Catholic Church in Wiveliscombe and The Brendon Hill Methodist Church at Upton.

For more information about Wiveliscombe itself please visit the town's website.

Contact us today!

If you would like to contact the PCC please e-mail the secretary  or one of the church wardens

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