St Martin's Church has been part of the community for a very long time. Worle in itself has existed since
before the 'Domesday Book' was completed in 1086 and St. Martin's Church dates back as far as
the 12th century. St. Martin himself, the patron Saint of Worle, was renowned for his self-denial
St. Martin's sees itself as a family church serving the community of Worle, celebrating life together
during all its seasons through our shared faith in God. We are an open and friendly Anglican church
seeking to be relevant to all people of different ages and backgrounds.
We assemble all together for our weekly Sunday services.
Besides the regular services, St. Martin's Church is also very popular for Baptisms (Christenings) and
Wedding celebrations. Funerals are often held in the church.
8am Said Holy Communion
10am All Age Worship (First Sunday of the month)
10am Sung Holy Communion
6pm Service of Prayer and Reflection (First Sunday of the month)
6pm Evensong (Third Sunday of the month)
St Martin's Church