St John the Baptist Horningsham
St John the Baptist Church was founded in 1154 but largely rebuilt firstly in 1783 and then then again in 1844 when it was enlarged to make room for an expanding population. A small but active congregation remains today and keeps the building and churchyard in good order. Key services during the year are Plough Sunday when the Morris Men attend. Rogation with an open air service on a farm, a Village Reunion service, Harvest Festival with involvement from the school and a Remembrance Day service centred on the War Memorial. These services drew a much wider congregation both from the village and further afield.