Revd Jane Twittey, from St Peter and St Paul's in Muchelney in the county, says her church is being put to good use.
It's been the wettest January since records began for parts of southern England. Some areas have seen twice as much rainfall as they usually would. In Somerset, plans are being discussed for the armed forces to help people who've been cut off by severe flooding for weeks and David Cameron's promised to dredge rivers.
Revd Jane Twittey, from St Peter and St Paul's in Muchelney in the country, told Premier's Marcus Jones on the News Hour there has been an increase in attendance at church services since the flooding:
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