St Mary the Virgin Church, Thurnham - Wikipedia

A church was first built here in the 12th century and there were alterations made to the original structure up to the early 17th century. The church is comprised of a continuous nave and chancel and has a small chapel at the east end of the nave. There are porches on both the north and south sides of the tower. The main body of the church is built of flint, although the porches and chapel are built of stone. The church has a plain tile roof.

There is a service every 4th Sunday of the month at 10:30am (Click on the Services tab for information) and Visitors will be made most welcome by our warm and welcoming church family, who will be pleased to share refreshments with you after each service.

The church also runs a number of fundraising events through the year, so look out for more information on these on our News Page.