Staplehurst: All Saints, Staplehurst

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All Saints Church Staplehurst is situated at the south end of the village on the A229, a Roman road which forms the main high street.

It dates from the early part of the last Millennium; indeed the south door has been dated to around 1050 and has some very fine early ironwork on it.

The population of Staplehurst is now around six and a half thousand and at All Saints church we seek to serve the whole village and not just those who come to our church.
Our church is open seven days a week and many people come to pray there, using our votive candle stand near our side chapel.

Our churchyard is still open for burials and is a place of peace for many visitors.

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Incumbent: The Revd Silke TETZLAFF
A Church Near You ID (venue number): 9986
Built: 1150
Style of worship: Anglican
Our Patron: St. John's Cambridge
Archdeaconry: MAIDSTONE (562)
Deanery: Weald (56208)
Benefice: Staplehurst (06/234 T)
Parish Legal Name: Staplehurst (560244 )
CofE Church Info: (606244 6/244)
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The current editor is: Andrew Brady

This page was last updated on Monday 5th December 2016
Staplehurst: All Saints : High Street, A229, Staplehurst, Kent, TN12 0AX

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