All Saints’ Church in Hollingbourne is part of the North Downs Benefice as from the Autumn of 2016 which includes three groups of churches. Hollingbourne is in a team with Hucking, Thurnham, Detling, Boxley and Grove Green with a Team Vicar based in Hollingbourne. Leeds, Broomfield, and the Anglican community in Kingswood were formerly joined with Hollingbourne and Hucking to form the Leeds and Hollingbourne Benefice. Leeds, Broomfield, and Kingswood are now in a Team with Otham and Langley with their own Team Vicar. The Team Rector lives in Bearsted.
Members of the clergy team are listed on the Parish Directory Page and are also responsible for occasional services in the chapel of Leeds Castle.
Details of regular services at Hollingbourne Church are listed on the Regular Events Page of the website. It is intended to add more information about Parish and Benefice events and news from time to time.
A full schedule of services is at http://hollingbournepc.kentparishes.gov.uk/forthcoming-church-services-in-hollingbourne
The historic Culpepper Tapestry in the Vestry which took 12 years to produce, may be viewed by prior arrangement with Jim Findlay (Churchwarden Tel 880244)..
The Benefice is part of the Diocese of Canterbury and their website is http://www.canterburydiocese.org/
Further information about All Saints’ can be found on the Church of England website at : http://www.achurchnearyou.com/hollingbourne-all-saints/
Details of events at other parishes within the Canterbury Diocese may be found by following this link: http://www.canterburydiocese.org/whatson/parish/index.htm
Information about accommodation at Canterbury Catherdral, a UNESCO World Heritage site, can be found by following this link: http://canterburycathedrallodge.org/
Most other branches of the Christian church have places for worship in Maidstone including the Roman Catholics (in nearby Bearsted as well as in Maidstone), the Salvation Army, the Baptists, the Methodists, and the United Reform Church.
Pictured below is All Saints’ Church in Hollingbourne.