Parochial Church Council

The PCC is elected annually. It is responsible for a wide range of matters including promoting in the parish the whole mission of the Church, pastoral, evangelistic, social and ecumenical.

The Council meets six times each year and considers and discusses a range of matters concerning the Church of England or any other matters of religious or public interest. These include the care, maintenance and insurance of the church and its contents and the care and maintenance of the building and churchyard. It also has responsibility for the conduct of the financial affairs of the parish. 

The PCC is formally the employer of any paid workers.

Revd Dr Simon Bale

Vicar designate

David Akerman


Janet Dare

Warden Emeritus

Helen Griffiths



Tom Jeanes

Deputy Churchwarden

Mary Piers


Jenny Satchwell

Deanery Synod

David Walker

Deanery Synod

Anne Williams

Songs of Praise

Please start giving some thought to your favourites. The Sunday worship at Stoke St Gregory on 18th July will be a combined “Songs of Praise” with the Baptist church. It will be outdoors and so we will be able to sing openly and without masks… O Joy! There will be a suggestion form in church in Lyng on 13th June and subsequently in Stoke St Gregory.

United Service

We are gathering tomorrow (13th June) for our monthly united benefice Eucharist. This month it is at St Bartholomew's, Lyng. Parking is available in the "Old Pub Carpark": thank you!

Coffee Wednesday

It has been a while but Coffee Wednesday is returning to North Curry Church. You may remember it as Coffee Monday, but the vicar's day off is Monday and he doesn't want to miss out!

10am every week starting 9th June in the church. There will be cake.

New look website

It is not fully formed, and there are some odd gaps but as of this week (10th June 2021) it is going live. Please be patient as we continue to develop it and add many more features. Thanks!

Weekly Bulletin

Our weekly bulletin contains information about upcoming worship times and a few news items, prayer lists and "The Vicar's Letter". Please enter your email address below.
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