St. Andrew's, Compton Dundon
St Andrew’s is a 15th century church nestled in the idyllic rural setting of Compton Dundon at the heart of the village community.
Services are held every Sunday and are a blend of traditional and informal worship.
The congregation is friendly and offers a warm welcome to everyone.
What to Expect
Our Location and Parking
Our Church Council
ARMISTICE/REMEMBRANCE COMMEMORATIONS : 9th, 10th and 11th NOVEMBER
Please take a moment to visit the church over the weekend of 9/10/11 November. You will see a wonderful waterfall of poppies knitted by villagers and all sorts of stories and memorabilia from World War 1 and 1918 which people have dug out of their attics and memory banks. You will also see a poignant display to commemorate the seven young men from Compton Dundon who lost their lives in World War 1.
There are three particular events which you may want to note:
At 7.00pm on Friday 9 November the church will host a commemoration in words and music to mark the Centenary of the Armistice.
At 10.30am on Sunday 11 November the annual Remembrance Sunday Service will take place.
At 7.05pm on Sunday 11 November the bells at St Andrew’s will be rung along with 1,000 cathedrals and churches across the nation to commemorate the Armistice.