This website explores the heritage of St Michael’s Church, Brent Knoll in Somerset. It was set up as part of a National Lottery Heritage Fund grant in 2020 for repair work to the church roof following a theft of lead from the N aisle roof.

St Michael’s is known for its Medieval bench ends that tell the story of the Fox and Geese, the John Somerset memorial and a unique panelled Medieval ceiling.  It is part of  the Parish of Three Saints which was formed in 2010 to amalgamate the ecclesiastical Parishes of St Christopher's, Lympsham, St Mary’s, East Brent and St Michael's, Brent Knoll.  We aim to keep our church open every day between 9am and 5pm.  However, since opening is done by volunteers, we cannot guarantee this.

For information about the spiritual life and worship of our wider parish, visit www.theparishofthreesaints.org.uk

  Finding Your Way Around the Website

   A brief description of the setting of our church and our NLHF support can be found in About Us in the Main menu

  Descriptions of our Parish Projects supported by NLHF and photos of events at St Michael's can also be accessed via the Main menu 

  The links below will take you directly to the main sections on the heritage of the Church Building and the Churchyard 

  Support for St Michael's is always welcome.  To find out more about how you can help, click on the quick link below.


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