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St Nicholas' Church Sturry, Canterbury

#22 of 25 in Historic Sites in Canterbury
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St Nicholas' Church, Sturry, is a joint Anglican and Methodist church standing on a bank beside the River Stour, in the village of Sturry, near Canterbury, in East Kent. The Local Ecumenical Partnership enables the congregation to be of mixed denomination - either Methodist or Anglican.

The large parish of St Nicholas incorporates the villages of Sturry with Fordwich and Westbere with Hersden.

In 1965 the church was Grade I listed by English Heritage.
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  • I have now visited St.Nicholas' Church in Sturry twice. On the way to Canterbury, it is an interesting and pretty place to visit. Records of a church here date back to 690AD and there is certainly...  more »
  • This church has been my local church for nearly 20 year sadly due to work commitments I can't often attend Sunday service but when I do it is always a welcoming and friendly atmosphere the 2 vicars...  more »
  • Pretty little village. Lovely walking area for dog. Attractive location.
  • Inside is untidy but its a pretty church with a gallery. Parking was not the best either which is not great when it rains.
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