17th March 2020 - COVID-19 Update - Services and Gatherings are suspended until further notice.
St Augustine's Flimwell (dedicated to St Augustine of Canterbury) was first consecrated in 1839. It's history can be read on our benefice website at:
EASTER SUNDAY - 9.30am Family Communion. See Co-vid19 update below.
Normal pattern of services - Holy Communion on the second and fourth Sundays of the month, at 9.30am, followed by tea/coffee afterwards. The 4th Sunday communion service is from Common Worship Order One in contemporary language. On the 2nd Sunday the service is more informal (occasionally following Common Worship Morning Prayer), with guitar-led music and keyboard. Visitors are very welcome to come to either service!
Co-vid19 update - until further notice, Communion is offered 'in one kind' (bread only) and both handshaking and post-service refreshments are suspended.
Limited parking is available in Church Farm next door (to the east) but please avoid parking on any obviously soft ground. Parking is possible on the verge of the road opposite the church, but great care should be taken over opening your car door, getting out and crossing the road (because it is a busy A road).
The church is kept locked, but visits may be arranged with the churchwardens; see:
BAPTISMS, WEDDINGS & FUNERALS by arrangement with the Vicar, Revd Ashley Evans.