The Church of St Peter & St Paul in North Curry, Somerset, England, is nicknamed ‘The Cathedral of the Moors’. It dates from the 14th century and has been designated a Grade I listed building.

The double dedication of St. Peter & St. Paul was commonly used for Saxon Churches when the two Saints shared the same feast day. The fact that our Church bears this double dedication certainly indicates an early Christian foundation.

NORTH CURRY CP CHURCH ROAD (North side) Church of Saint Peter and St Paul

Parish church. Norman in origin, c1300

, reredos by Bligh Bond. Brass lectern presented 1888 by the Barrett family of Noredon who paid for much of the Scott restoration.

Monumental effigy of a franklin on a later chest, said to be inscribed "Toma atte Sloo" on the fold of the cote, and thought to be c1360.

 Painting on canvas of King David, or Saul, playing a harp with 2 angels nearby,