St Nicholas Parish Church, Ash near Canterbury, Kent

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Our beautiful medieval church is now open all week 9.30 - 3.30. Please note services may be taking place during these times. See below for details of Sunday services and live streaming.  To view photos click HERE. To view a video tour click HERE

Please contact us if you have any comments or questions. You can also leave a message on our guest book.

Ash is part of a Canonry Benefice with Chillenden, Elmstone, Goodnestone, Nonington, Preston and Stourmouth, in the Diocese of Canterbury.

Our Mission

Worship at St Nicholas reflects the needs of a broad spectrum of the parishioners. Our aim is to provide a place of shared pilgrimage, and to welcome those who would like to travel with us.

Coronavirus (COVID-19)

Cancellation of services at St Nicholas’ Church.

Please note that new restrictions have forced the cancellation of most services planned for this Christmas. The only service planned is Holy Communion at 10.30am on Christmas Day. For further details click on the Christmas Services and Events 2021 button at the bottom of this page.

Please refer to the Benefice News Sheet for details of our planned service calendar.

Rev David Moulden can be contacted by telephoning 01304 812296. As we proceed out of lockdown, looking forward to brighter days ahead we remember the following from the Gospel of Matthew:

‘Love the Lord your God with all your heart & with all your soul & with all your strength…love your neighbour as yourself. There is no commandment greater than these.’

For the latest news click on Canonry Benefice News Sheet.

We are live streaming 11am Sunday serviceson our YouTube channel and our Facebook page, where you’ll also find news and updates. Please LIKE our Facebook page, and SUBSCRIBE to our YouTube channel.

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