Join us this Sunday for our first Zoom church service.

Our online worship this Sunday, 17th January at 9:30, will be via Zoom – which means we can all meet and chat with coffee after the service and see each other!

You do not need Zoom installed on your computer to join us; just click the weblink in this email to join at 09:30am this Sunday.

For those who can’t make the service we will be recording the act of worship and sharing via Facebook and our website after. If you want to attend the service and not be recorded, do come along, we can give you the opportunity to do just that!

Here is the link you need to join:

Meeting ID: 812 4273 9447

Passcode: 756338

You can also join by phone, dialing in (UK and local rates will apply) to any of the below numbers with the above meeting ID and passcode:

+44 203 901 7895

+44 131 460 1196

+44 203 051 2874

+44 203 481 5237

+44 203 481 5240

For security the link to the worship will be updated each week and shared via our Facebook page and our website here

If you, or anyone you know, would be interested in being involved in the service i.e. doing the readings or prayers, do let us know by emailing

Looking forward to being a part of something interactively together again!

See you soon,

Reverend Marc Terry

Priest-in-Charge (Rector Designate) Bybrook Benefice

Re-opening churches for worship

Following permission to resume public worship in England from 4th July we are pleased to share that some of our churches will be gathering together this Sunday alongside our online service which will continue to be shown.

12th July

Holy Communion

North Wraxall – 9.30am – led by Gillian Parkin

Nettleton + Burton – 11am – led by Gilliam Parkin

Slaughterford (BCP) – 11am – led by Marc Terry

Morning Praise:

Kington St Michael – 9.30am – led by Mike King

Yatton Keynell – 9.30am- led by Mark Terry, with Anjali Kanagaratnam

Though we are physically distant we are spiritually together.

Please join us for Holy Communion, this Sunday 26th April at 9:30am via our Facebook page:

As with last week members of our churches will be reading, praying and singing. Words will appear onscreen to help you through the service.

For those without Facebook the video will be viewable at the same time (and remain there after) through our benefice website on our new Worship at Home page: where you will also find the service sheet if you would like it.

Do get in touch if you want to be a part of the future online services.