Related Churches within the area and contact information from external sources such as Crockfords can be found below.
The church of St Leonard, Hythe
The ancient parish church of Hythe, St Leonard's has overlooked this historic Cinque Ports Town for nearly a thousand years. It is now the central church of a thriving parish, the place where you will find our main Sunday worship, and the place to come to connect with the Church of England in Hythe.
St Leonard's is known as "the church with the bones," on account of its famous ossuary containing a large collection of human bones. The church is open for visiting every day; the ossuary is open for respectfully-managed visiting from Easter until the end of September. See "The Ossuary" page of our website for more details.
We are welcoming and open to all, whether you come to explore the church and its ossuary, to worship with us while visiting the area, to find a church to call home, or to explore faith and life.
Use the links on the left or our main website to find out more about us, get in touch, plan a visit, or come to one of our services to meet us.
Crockfords contact details
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