St Margaret, Yatton Keynell


In about 1250 Sir William Keynell built the original church as thanks for his safe return from The Crusades; as a result, it bears the unusual dedication to St Margaret of Antioch. Its tower is fifteenth century, but the building was mostly rebuilt in 1868 to a design by George Edmund Street.



Elisabeth Ford

Regular Services

1st Sunday 9:30am Holy Communion (with Sunday School)
2nd Sunday 9:30am Worship for Everyone Together
3rd Sunday 9:30am Morning Praise (with Sunday School)
4th Sunday Team Service See “Our News” for details
5th Sunday Cluster Service See “Our News” for details

Morning Prayer every Thursday at 9:00am

Full Team Ministry Service Rota for this month

Other Activities

Every Tuesday from 10 a.m. tea, coffee and cakes are served at St Margaret’s, Yatton Keynell in our informal, friendly cafe area.  A team of friendly volunteers serve hot and cold lunches from 12 noon to 1 p.m.  All are welcome

Annual Church Reports

2016 Yatton Keynell Annual Report – coming soon