The beautiful church of St. Mary and All Saints lies on the easterly border of Boxley village, with the North Downs as a backdrop and the surrounding grassed graveyard lending tranquility to its aspect. The building's grey stone and flint walls contrast pleasingly with the burnt orange couloured roof tiles, while the bell tower rises up from its central position. St. Mary's has been a sanctuary of peace and worship for many centuries being a place of worship for 8 centuries. Victorian pews fill the nave and sunlight passing through its many stained glass windows add their colourful patterns to the acts of worship. Visitors to the Church will see evidence of Boxley village's rich history from the many memorial plaques on the walls.

As well as regular Anglican services taking place at Boxley Church, it is also where the Greek Orthodox Community of the Annunciation of the Virgin Mary, Maidstone and District, holds its services and details can be found at: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.