St. Kenelm's Church Sapperton

Photo of St.Kenelm's Church Sapperton




St. Kenelm's Church, Church Lane, Sapperton,
Cirencester, Gloucestershire.






Named after an Anglo Saxon Saint who was mentioned in The Canterbury Tales, St. Kenelm's Church sits in a peaceful dell in the village of Sapperton.

The Grade I listed church shares a Parochial Church Council with St.Luke's Church Frampton Mansell which was built as a Chapel of Ease to St.Kenelms and many members of the congregation attend both churches.

The Journeying Together , News and Events and Calendar pages will give you more details about St. Kenelm's Church activities.

The table below shows the 'normal' pattern of Sunday worship at St. Kenelm's Church but due to the nature of the Thameshead Benefice there are often changes to this pattern. Please refer to the Calendar for up to date information.


'Normal' Sunday Service Pattern for St. Kenelm's Church Sapperton
Week Time Service
1st Sunday 11.00 a.m Holy Communion (Even months only)
2nd Sunday N/A No Service
3rd Sunday N/A No Service
4th Sunday 10.00 a.m. Benefice Service. See Calendar for location
5th Sunday   Please see Calendar for 5th Sunday Service details


Officers of St. Kenelm Sapperton

Elizabeth Twinch

PCC Secretary
Natalie Hunt

PCC Treasurer
Charles Houldsworth

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