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Banton Parish Church

The Church was constructed in 1838 as a ‘chapel of ease’ and became a parish ‘quoad sacra’.  The sanctuary which seats 300, and the church hall were renovated in 2000.  There is a clarinova and a sound system which includes an inductive loop system for those with hearing difficulties.  Our memorial garden formed in 2006 , has disabled access and we welcome all to come and sit in the beauty of this spot to reflect.


Weekly services begin at 12.00pm.  Our children join us before going for their own teaching in the church hall and then children return at the end of the worship for “News Time” and to tell the adults what they have been learning. A mixture of hymns from Church Hymnary 3 and Combined Mission Praise are sung.
Holy Communion is celebrated  on the Sunday after Easter day and in November. 
Easter – we join other local congregations during Holy Week
Easter Sunday – Family Service 12pm
Watchnight Service – Christmas Eve 11.15pm
Remembrance Sunday – Short wreath laying service at war memorial after morning worship.

The Church and the Community Council also run the Wednesday Senior Citizens Lunch Club Click here for more details.

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