Church of England Diocese of Rochester Brenchley

About Us

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People have worshiped at All Saints for at least 800 years. We believe that the church was built in 1233 in the "Early English" style in local sandstone, traditionally from nearby Pixot Hill. Earlier, a chapel stood on or near the site which was attached to the Parish Church of Yalding. At that time, Brenchley was just a small hamlet in a clearing (leagh) in the forest, named after the headman Braenca"”hence "Breanca's length" - which eventually became "Brenchley".<div>

We are a rural village, population c1500.

Today All Saints serves the modern world primarily through preaching and teaching the orthodox biblical 'gospel' and has a growing and lively regular congregation. Some 200 people attend our services once or twice a month or more. See our website www.allsaintsbrenchley.blogspot.com for further details.

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