Frampton Cotterell Parish Council. Churches.

Frampton Cotterell’s Churches

St. Peter’s Church

St Peter’s is a beautiful church situated on Church Road, bordering the banks of the River Frome.  As a community church rooted in the Anglican tradition, St Peter’s serves the village through its worship, care, and outreach.

Visit St Peter’s website to find out more.

Zion United Church

Zion United Church is committed to developing the relationship with God, building fellowship together and becoming a presence of hope in the community.  Zion United Church came into being in 1968 when the United Reformed Church (at the time Congregational) and three Methodist Churches in the Village of Frampton Cotterell and Coalpit Heath decided to come together to form a united church. 

Visit Zion’s website to find out more.

St. Saviours Church

St Saviours Church has been and continues to be a pillar of the Frampton Cotterell community. Although built in the 19th Century, the beautiful architecture was based on ‘Middle Pointed Gothic’ 13th Century medieval design. The photograph of St. Saviour’s church, above, is used under license from Wikimedia Commons.

For more information on the history, architecture, services and groups, visit St Saviours website.