Facilities and features

Accessibility

Three toilets, including one for Disabled people, are provided in the Church in the north-west corner adjacent to the Parish room.

Baby changing facilities are provided in one of the toilets that are in the Church in the north-west corner adjacent to the Parish room.

Car parking is available in the path that leads to the church but only on the side without wooden bollards. Please use the church car park to turn your vehicle or use this space to drop off less mobile passengers.

A toilet for Disabled people is provided in the Church in the north-west corner adjacent to the Parish room.

We have no special expertise in this however we welcome everyone. Please let us know how we may help.

There is a car park immediately adjacent to the church which may be used as a drop off or for parking for Disabled badge holders.

Wheelchair access is via a side entrance, please ask at the main entrance.

We no longer have a hearing loop however we have installed a high quality sound system.

Large print versions of the readings are available.

Assistance dogs are most welcome.

We have no special expertise in this however we welcome everyone. Please let us know how we may help.

If you require gluten-free Communion wafers please let one of the clergy know before the service commences.


Our Building

Many of the church windows are made of stained glass, the large East window depicts the story of St Augustine of Canterbury.

The Grade 2 listed building is a fine example of the Victorian 'mock-Gothic' style and is enhanced by its woodland setting. The church contains a number of works of art.


Music and Worship

A solitary bell is rung before the start of each Sunday morning service. Please ask if you would like to have a go.

Concerts happen throughout the year and details are posted on the home page once confirmed. The church may be hired for rehearsals and concerts.

The church has a fine organ. Occasionally a grand piano is used to accompany the hymns and songs.

Choral Evensong is held at 6pm on the First Sunday of the month and uses the Liturgy of the Book of Common Prayer.

Experienced singers who can read music and sing parts are welcome to enquire about joining the choir that sings the monthly Choral Evensong and other special services. Please visit the Choir page on this website.


Groups, Courses and Activities

Details of Bible Studies will be posted in due course and all are most welcome.

Coffee mornings are usually held on Saturdays from 10am - 11.30am. Come and enjoy tea, coffee and other beverages plus home made cakes and savouries. The Café takes place in the Parish Room where there is often an art exhibition.


Help for Visitors

Coffee mornings are usually held on Saturdays from 10am - 11.30am. Come and enjoy tea, coffee and other beverages plus home made cakes and savouries. This Café takes place in the Parish Room where there is often an art exhibition.

The inside of the church can most easily be viewed when the Café takes place on Saturdays from 10am - 11.30am. Come and enjoy tea, coffee and other beverages plus home made cakes and savouries. The Café takes place in the Parish Room where there is often an art exhibition.


Other Features

There is a collection box in the church near to the main entrance and food is taken regularly to the Lewisham foodbank.

To enquire please go to the Get in Touch' page on this website. NB For children's parties we charge a hire rate of £25 and a minimum of 4 hours.