Benhilton, All Saints, Sutton
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The name 'Benhilton' derives from 'Benehyll', a name which first appears in 15th century sources. The parish of Benhilton came into being by "an Order of Council" on 15th September, 1863 - this was achieved by sub-dividing the parish of S.Nicholas, Sutton. Portions of the parish were later ceded to the new 'districts' of S.Barnabas (1881) and S.Helier (1931).
The church's foundation stone was laid in November, 1863; the church was opened under licence from the Bishop on 1st January, 1865, but it was not until the 3rd March, 1866 that the church was consecrated by Bishop Charles Sumner, Bishop of Winchester, as the parish was then in that Diocese.
Today, Benhilton is a suburban parish with a wide variety of housing. Differing cultures are reflected in the church's congregation. All Saints' is a parish of The Society and is under the Episcopal care of the Bishop of Fulham.
We are proud of the All Saints' Benhilton C of E Primary School and maintain strong links with the school's life and activities.
If you would like to enquire about Baptism / Marriage / making your Confession, or any other matter, please come to "Office Hour" which is held in the church on Saturdays commencing at 11:30 a.m.
Our Reader is Mrs Marjorie Whitehouse (020 8395 0289).
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