A warm welcome from the parishes of Creech St. Michael, Ruishton and Thornfalcon

  • Ruishton St. George's







  • Creech St. Michael's







  • Holy Cross Thornfalcon







  •   St. George's Ruishton    St. Michael's Creech St. Michael            Holy Cross Thronfalcon

    Church Lane, Ruishton,

    Taunton TA3

                       Sat Nav: 51.0205672,-3.0512396

    Bull St, Creech St Michael,

    Taunton TA3 5PW

              Sat Nav: 51.0223527,-3.0364363           

    Church Lane,      

    Taunton TA3 5NP

       Sat Nav: 51.0099373,-3.0235361       


    Services Services

    St. Michael's Church in Creech St. Michael, St. George's Church

    in Ruishton and Holy Cross Church in Thornfalcon are a group

    of three Anglican churches serving their villages and and the

    surrounding communities.  The  villages lie in an area some 5

    kms east of Taunton in the county of Somerset.  

    Across the three churches we provide a variety of worship styles for young and old, sometimes as

    separate congregations and sometimes joining together to celebrate the glory of God. 

    You will find a warm welcome at any of our services or events so why not explore our website and

    find out more about is happening in our parishes.

    Coronavirus update for the parish churches of

    Creech St. Michael, Ruishton & Thornfalcon 

    In line with government and Church of England guidelines

    our three churches in Creech, Ruishton and Thornfalcon

    will be closed until we are told it is

    safe to open them to the public again.


    The ministry team and our pastoral assistants are still very much available

    by telephone or email, whether for a chat, for support or for prayer.

    Contact details may be found on our Coronavirus update page.

    We are thinking of everyone at this time and sending love and prayers.


    Prayers for the coronavirus outbreak can be found on our

    Prayer webpage and a each day a prayer for the day 

    on the Church of England website

    Croos and bible


    As we are unable to hold our usual Sunday service, a bible reading, reflection and prayers for the day may be found on our

    Services page


    And for all the family

    Why not join in with our series of activities that tell the Easter story

    through a different online window everyday.

    To find out more go to our Advent Windows does Easter webpage.










































    The Parish E-Newsletter Our Parish E-Newsletter has proved extremely popular, it’s a great way

    of letting Computereveryone know the parish news and future events! A newsletter goes

    out every two weeks, normally on a Friday, to an ever growing circulation group.

    It is a fantastic way of passing on information to the wider community. You don’t

    need to be a member of the Church to receive the newsletter, as it contains events happening

    in our local community, not just the Church! 


    If you haven’t already signed up to receive it and are interested in receiving this newsletter, please

    email me at crtparishchurches@outlook.com with your permission for me to add you to my

    circulation list.

    Best wishes

    Yvonne Yeoell



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