Angersleigh is the sister church to All Saints, Trull. The parish is the smallest in the Diocese of Bath and Wells, with a population of around 60. The church is set in stunning countryside with views across the Blackdown Hills. It is a wonderful place to spend some time in quiet reflection on God’s amazing creation. It also has a vibrant church community of around 20 people, who have a great heart for hospitality, care and for engaging with God and his Word in the Bible.
Services are held at Angersleigh on the 1st, 3rd and 5th Sunday of each month at 9.30am
1st Sunday: Morning Worship
3rd Sunday: Holy Communion
5th Sunday: Joint service with Trull at Angersleigh
The ‘Tuesday Group’ is a small group of over 15 people who meet weekly in the daytime to care and pray for each other, to discuss and apply the Bible together, and to eat lots of homemade cake! They would love to welcome you.
Timings: 2-3.30pm every Tuesday
Venue: Jersey Cottage, Angersleigh (home of Jennie Aish)
Angersleigh Village Room
In October 2015, the church completed the £150,000 rebuilding of the church-owned Angersleigh Village Room. It is available for use by small groups, for retreats, and for small celebrations. It has a capacity of about 60 people depending on the event.
Contact: Jenny Aish – email@example.com