The church of St Michael’s Seavington is part of the joint benefice with St Peter and St Paul South Petherton. It is a typical small English village church with a small but lively congregation. The church is early 14th Century Somerset Perpendicular, and the first incumbent is recorded as being appointed in 1297. The inside has been Victorianised, with the original pews replaced by pine. It has never had an organ but does have a minstrels’ gallery.For up to date details of current services please visit their Facebook Page or Contact Rev Canon Ian Gibson on 07843 672803 or firstname.lastname@example.org
St Mary's Seavington is an originally thirteenth century, church which was enlarged in the fifteenth century and altered further in the sixteenth and nineteenth centuries.
It is not open for services but you can visit by getting in touch with the local key holder.
For more info visit the Churches Conservation Trust.