The Bell Ringers and Choir

The Bell Ringers of St John's (led by Tom Harris)

St. John's Bell Ringers raised over £165 on 8 November when they rang in aid of 'Children in Need'. A magnificant achievement!

The Staplegrove tower ringers are members of the Bath and Wells Diocesan Association of Change Ringers. They ring for services, weddings, special occasions and festivals. Their tower captain is Tom Harris and they practice on a Monday night at 7.30 pm.

There are currently eight ringers and the tower captain would like this number to increase to twelve, so that there are two ringers for each rope. Church bell ringing is open to all and Staplegrove tower welcomes new members from novice to expert. Learners are encouraged by expert and dedicated ringers who are there to help and advise.

It is a friendly place so why not come along and see what it is all about, you will be very welcome.

The Choir

Save the date - Sunday 4th February! - Why not join us to Sing for Candlemas

The choir at St John's is a small group of dedicated singers led by Elizabeth, who give their time and talents to lead the worship of the Church. 

They meet on a Friday evening at 6.45 pm in the Church to sing hymns and anthems and introduce new music to the services, the latest was a new setting of the communion service by RSCM composer David Ogden. Singing is said to be relaxing and members ensure that choir practice is a time for fun and friendship.

If you can croak a few notes, reasonably in tune and would like to join the choir, you will be more than welcome.

Contact us for further information