Church of England Diocese of Rochester Burham and Wouldham

Facilities and features

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Accessibility

Toilets
Baby Changing Facilities
Accessible Toilet
Ramped entrance
Hearing (induction) Loop
Large Print
Assistance Dogs

Our Building

Grade 1 listed, dating from 1058


Music and Worship

We have 6 bells at All Saints Church, Wouldham, some of them 17th century. Bell Ringers practice on Wednesday evenings from 8-9. New ringers, guest ringers and observers welcome. Bells are rung on the second and fourth Sundays of each month

Occasionally, see website. We have had a wind quintet, a Karen Carpenter tribute singer and a night at the musicals most recently. If you would like to perform at All Saints Church, Wouldham please contact us

An Eminent electronic organ. Also a piano.

Choir Practice on Thursday evenings 7.30 at All Saints Church. At present we have 12 members in four parts. New members of all ages always welcome. The Choir give a lead with the hymns and songs, and a responsorial psalm on the second and fourth Sundays of each month, and sing anthems on special occasions.


Groups, Courses and Activities

Pilgrim Course runs regularly

On the last Friday of each month (not December) from 10.45 -11.45 at All Saints, Wouldham, home made cake and conversation, all welcome, tourists and local residents, make new friends

Third Sunday of each month at 10.30 at Burham Community Centre, Rochester Road, Burham. Bible Story, craft activities, prayer, games, refreshments. Lasts just over an hour

Every Friday in term-time, 9.15 -10.15 at All Saints Church, Wouldham. Bible story, prayer, songs, refreshments, play, conversation.

Runs regularly throughout the year, Monday evenings at 7.30 at All Saints Church. Check calendar


Help for Visitors

Tower Tours and Churchyard Social History Tours during Cream Tea openings on some Sunday afternoons in summer 2.30-4.30, see calendar. Or by arrangement.

Free guidebooks available at back of church


Other Features