St Mary The Virgin Church in Hutton is a Christian Church. That means that we put Jesus Christ central in our worship and teach and encourage each other to live our lives in a similar way.

St Mary's is an Anglican church. We belong to the Church of England. This means that we belong to an organisation that has millions of members worldwide. The Anglican church is one branch of the largest family in the world -the whole Christian church. It also means that we have a legal responsibility for the parish we work in. This means we baptise, marry, and take funerals for people who live in the community, we reach out to the community in love and we are responsible for praying for it.

The village of Hutton is near Weston-super-Mare, in the county of Somerset in the South West of England. The church has been a central part of the village and local community for over 500 years. The Christian community meets for services every Sunday in the month.

  • 1st Sunday in the month: 10.00am - Holy Communion, and 6.00pm - Informal Evening Worship
  • 2nd Sunday: 10.00am - Church in the Village Hall, and 6.00pm - Evensong (traditional Book of Common Prayer)
  • 3rd Sunday: 10.00am - Holy Communion
  • 4th Sunday: 10.00am - Mattins
  • 5th Sunday: 10.00am - Joint service with St Augustine's Locking (held either in Hutton or Locking as advertised)

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St Mary’s Hutton is open for private prayer from 10am - 12 noon each Thursday.

Our Church runs various groups: Home groups for Bible Study and Fellowship, Women’s meetings, Prayer Meeting, Children’s groups, plus a variety of courses to help explain Christian faith. See Activities

Rector

Rev Anne Wilkins

Administrator

Chris Wilkins

Churchwardens: Mary Potter
and Dave Bradley
Verger: John Chatburn
Organist: Eric Holdaway
Treasurer: Alan Seabrook
Safeguarding: Dave Bradley
Electoral Roll: Virginia Hollis

Worship Team
Rev Jenny Langdown
Lay Reader: Jane Barry
Lay Leader: Chris Wilkins
Rev Geoff Hobden (Locking)
Reader: Bill Dredge (Locking)

If you wish to contact the Safeguarding Officer or any of the above in confidence please use the Contact form to send your contact request and we will send their telephone number to you.

Our Safeguarding Policy can be found here Safeguarding Policy. Our Data Privacy Notice can be found here Data Privacy.

Opportunities to serve in Hutton Church.
Would you be interested in: Reading the lesson, leading the prayers, helping with young people, being a welcomer, joining a homegroup, joining the choir, cleaning, helping with refreshments? If yes, please contact one of the wardens who would love to get you involved.

The Benefice of Hutton and Locking

The Parishes of St Mary the Virgin Hutton, and St Augustine’s Locking, are part of the one group or Benefice sharing the same Rector. Both churches work together and have a joint Leadership Team, Alpha Course, a joint Pastoral Team, a joint Ministry Team, a joint Home Group Leaders group, Women’s Fellowship, joint Men’s Breakfast, Maundy Thursday, Harvest and Men’s and Ladies’ suppers, Stay Connected news-sheet for the Benefice, Healing Prayer team, joint homegroups Prayer Chain and Marriage Prep. On a fifth Sunday we worship together in one of the churches. We also share an administrator who is based in Locking Church Centre. Both churches have the same aims:-

  • To worship God as Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
  • To grow in their relationship with God through prayer and teaching.
  • To build a sense of family in each church and jointly.
  • To serve and reach out to each of the communities that we live in.
  • To do all this in the name of Jesus
Both churches are friendly and very open to new people joining – they are loving communities of people who love Jesus and who want to share this with others.

More About St Augustine's Locking


St Mary's Hutton is twinned with the Church of All Saints Battersea in London, and St Stephen's Church and Primary School at Dabaso in Kenya

Locking Deanery

Hutton is in Locking Deanery which is a group of 27 Anglican churches serving North Somerset.


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Diocese of Bath and Wells

The Diocese of Bath and Wells is a family of churches and schools across 500 parishes serving the 900,000 people of Somerset.

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