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Church of St Peter & St Paul
Stone building with square tower, partially obscured by trees.
General information
Town or city Churchstanton
Country England
Coordinates 50°55′27″N 3°08′48″W / 50.9242°N 3.1467°W / 50.9242; -3.1467
Completed 14th century

The Anglican Church of St Peter & St Paul in Churchstanton, Somerset, England dates from the 14th century and has been designated as a Grade I listed building.

Restoration work was carried out in 1719 and in 1830 a west gallery was added. The rood screen was added in 1910.

The church consists of a four-bay nave and a chancel which is at an angle to the nave and has a waggon roof.

Within the church are a Norman or Romanesque font and Jacobean pulpit. The font has a Hamstone square bowl which is supported by columns of Purbeck Marble.

The parish is part of the Blackdown benefice which is within the Diocese of Bath and Wells.