A charming church with a guaranteed warm welcome, St Nicholas Church, is a Grade 1 listed building.
St Nicholas Church has a strong musical tradition with a four-part choir who take part in all the main services. The choir is affiliated to the RSCM. In recent years, the money was raised to commission and build a new two manual pipe organ.
A recent addition to St. Nicholas Church is the Heritage Centre made possible through a Heritage Lottery grant and other generous donations. http://www.pluckleyheritagecentre.co.uk/
Charing Heath’s ethos is summed up in their mission statement
“Bringing people to Jesus through our open doors”. Although a small community, we offer a warm welcome and generous hospitality. We welcome you exactly as you are, as often as you want.
The ecclesiastical parish of Holy Trinity, Charing Heath was created in 1874 to serve the villages of Charing Heath & Lenham Heath. The small church of Victorian build provides a beautiful setting for worship. Gifts of money and land from the Sayer family of Pett Place, Charing, enabled the building of the church and the school. The school closed in the 1960s and was sold as a private residence. The Village Society organises various social events throughout the year, mainly in the Memorial Hall. It is hard to imagine a more beautiful setting for the annual village fete and flower show.
The village of Egerton sits on the crest of a range of hills on the Greensand ridge, the church of St James' extends a warm welcome to everyone, whether you are visiting for the first time, looking for a place to worship or simply want to come and take a look around our beautiful church we will be delighted to see you.
St Jamesʼ church, a Grade 1 listed building, has Norman roots, originally as a daughter-church to Charing. The church tower is over 100ft high and can be seen for many miles. Egerton church also boasts a splendid chandelier made in 1699 and donated to Egerton in 1856. The 36 candles are lit for special services and celebrations.
Welcome to St Mary Westwell.
We are a small, friendly worshipping community with strong links to our neighbourhood.
We offer a wide range of services, both formal and informal, with refreshments and social gatherings after each service. We cater for all ages and interests. Please checkout our regular services and the one off events coming up.
We would love to welcome you to any of our services or drop in for private prayer.
The parish of St Mary, Westwell is committed to safeguarding all vulnerable people. We follow the guidance of the House of Bishops and have a Parish safeguarding officer. The Diocese of Canterbury’s safeguarding pages contain vital links and information including contacts for the Diocesan Safeguarding Advisor. If you are concerned that a vulnerable person is at risk of harm please contact the advisor. If you are worried about someone’s immediate safety please contact the police or your local authority children or adults service.
St. Margaret's' extends a warm welcome to everyone, whether you need a break from walking the dog around the nature reserve, looking for a place to worship or simply want to come and take a look around our beautiful church we will be delighted to see you.
This beautiful church provides a superb venue for concerts and has also, in recent years, held a popular Christmas Tree Festival that attracted entrants from a wide area. The annual Harvest supper, organized jointly by the Friends and the Village Hall Committee, is held in the Village Hall and attracts many people from the village as does the biennial village fete. We look forward to meeting you.
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