St Paul’s church, Four Elms

A gem of Arts and Crafts architecture, St Paul’s may also have the distinction of being the oldest concrete church in England. The architect was Edwin Hall (most known for the design of Liberty’s) and the fine interior contains interesting work by William Lethaby and other members of the Arts and Crafts Movement. Started in 1881 it was completed in the late 1880s. The Quiet Garden was dedicated in 2006. Open by arrangement – please contact the churchwardens

Services: Sunday services include some 8am BCP Morning Prayer and Holy Communion and 11.00am Parish Communions according to Common Worship Order One. There are also occasional informal and Café services according to the Benefice rota. See the diary for details.

Location: St Paul’s lies on the Tonbridge Road, approximately a quarter of a mile south of the main cross roads in the centre of the village. Four Elms is two miles east of Edenbridge on the B2042 to Sevenoaks.

Parking: in the lay-by opposite the church.
St Paul’s Church
Bough Beech Road
Four Elms
Kent TN8 6NE


2 thoughts on “St Paul’s church, Four Elms”

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