A warm welcome from the parishes of Creech St. Michael, Ruishton and Thornfalcon
St. George's Ruishton St. Michael's Creech St. Michael Holy Cross Thronfalcon
Church Lane, Ruishton,
Sat Nav: 51.0205672,-3.0512396
Bull St, Creech St Michael,
Taunton TA3 5PW
Sat Nav: 51.0223527,-3.0364363
Taunton TA3 5NP
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St. Michael's Church in Creech St. Michael, St. George's Church
in Ruishton and Holy Cross Church in Thornfalcon are a group
of three Anglican churches serving their villages and and the
surrounding communities. The villages lie in an area some 5
kms east of Taunton in the county of Somerset.
Across the three churches we provide a variety of worship styles for young and old, sometimes as
separate congregations and sometimes joining together to celebrate the glory of God.
You will find a warm welcome at any of our services or events so why not explore our website and
find out more about is happening in our parishes.
TEMPORARY CLOSURE OF CREECH ST MICHAEL PARISH CHURCH
We have recently received permission from the Diocesan Advisory Committee for the Care of
churches to go ahead with our proposed essential electrical re-wiring of Creech Parish
Church. This will take place over three weeks from Monday 4 March to Friday 22 March.
The church will therefore be closed during this period for all visitors and services.
The PCC recently took the decision to join in worship at Ruishton and Thornfalcon. So for
the services on Sundays 10 and 17 March, we shall be with our friends at Ruishton and
Thornfalcon. We have therefore revised our pattern of worship for this month. Please click
here for March services.
If there are any funeral enquiries during this time, families will be invited
to either Ruishton or Thornfalcon churches, or the crematorium, or will have to wait until the
church is open again from Saturday 23 March. The churchyard will not be affected by this,
and will remain open for burials of ashes, and visitors.
We are sorry for any inconvenience.
Parish E-Newsletter Our Parish E-Newsletter has proved extremely popular, it’s a great way
of letting everyone know the parish news and future events! A newsletter goes out every two
weeks, normally on a Friday, to an ever growing circulation group. It is a fantastic way of passing
on information to the wider community. You don’t need to be a member of the Church to receive
the newsletter, as it contains events happening in our local community, not just the Church!
If you haven’t already signed up to receive it and are interested in receiving
this newsletter, please go to our website www.crtbenefice.org.uk to find the
form, or email me at email@example.com with your permission
for me to add you to my circulation list.
Services in March including Ash Wednesday and Mothering Sunday
Prayer and Bible Study
Prayer Diary for March, a new Lent course, the Home Bible study group and why not take the Lent challenge 'Living well in God's World'?
Rebecca's letter for March
Living well in God's World
Messy Church in March when we prepare for Mothering Sunday
Social & fundraising
Rainbow Cafe in March, the Ruishton Coffee Stop,the Men's Big Breakfast and a concert at Thornfalcon
Real Easter eggs, Annual church meetings and developments & a concert at Thornfalcon Church
Environmental sustainability in our churches, appointment of chaplain at Lavender Court
How to get in contact with us