Church of England Diocese of Canterbury Stone-in-Oxney

Facilities and features

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Accessibility

Car Park / Parking Available
Hearing (induction) Loop
Assistance Dogs

Our Building

Listed Building

Music and Worship

There is a peal of 6 bells which are usually rung before every service (except those starting at 9.00 am or earlier) or on Ash Wednesday or during Holy Week.

Please see the Upcoming Events page on www.stoneinoxneychurch.org or notices at the church.

Organ
Book of Common Prayer Services
Regular Choir

Groups, Courses and Activities


Help for Visitors

Free wifi is available. Notices of the password are in the church. The church's website is www.stoneinoxneychurch.org.

An electronic version of the guidebook to the church is available for viewing or downloading from www.stoneinoxneychurch.org. Copies of the guidebook are also usually available in the church for purchase.

The church is usually open between 10.00 am and 5.00 pm (dusk in winter) every day for visits or prayer and contemplation.


Other Features

The church is situated above a historic village in a prominent position overlooking Romney Marsh and the Rother Levels. It is at the centre of a hub of footpaths including the Saxon Shore long-distance footpath.