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There are no services of public worship
Although public worship is still permitted in lockdown, our churches have decided that, following a re-assessment of the risks and in the light of local evidence, unfortunately we will not conduct services in our benefice for the time being. Details of Christmas Services here
Instead we continue to hold live-streaming services every week. Our Virtual services take place Sundays at 11am and can be accessed on YouTube or Facebook
Meet the Vicar!
Phone: 01304 812296
Address: The Vicarage, Queen Street, Ash, CT3 2BG
All Saints Church, Chillenden
The historic Church of All Saints in Chillenden dates back to 1180 and has been a place of Christian worship ever since, serving the immediate parish. It has a Norman doorway, a Jacobean pulpit and an intricate chancel screen by Sir George Gilbert Scott. With seating for some 60 places in the congregation is a delightful village church which welcomes all to its services.
All Saints is part of the Canonry Benefice encompassing the neighbouring parishes of Ash, Goodnestone, Nonington, Preston and Elmstone. More information on the Canonry Benefice can be found here. Please also visit the Benefice website for more information, and for links to the other parishes.
Visitors - open Saturdays & Sundays 10am-5pm
The Parochial Church Council (PCC) 12/10/2020
Churchwardens: David Hampson-Ghani, Julia Plumptre
Treasurer: Robert Thomas
Secretary: Ros Beeching
Members; Paul Allen, Norman Webber
Parish Safeguarding Officer: Marion Hampson-Ghani
Parish Safeguarding Officer
Diocesan Safeguarding Advisors
Fiona Coombs: 07548 232395
Paul Brightwell: 07398 009951
Pew leaflet for 17 January here
Canonry Benefice YouTube channel: here
Canonry Benefice Facebook page: here
Latest video from Bishop Rose (19/12): here
The church is now open for visitors and private individual prayer every Saturday & Sunday from 10am to 5pm. Face coverings are mandatory and social distancing restrictions and conditions apply. Please visit if you can.