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The Church is open daily from 9.00am to 3.00pm

Services in June at Holy Trinity

2nd June

 8 a.m. Eucharist

Rev Dave Fox-Branch

10 a.m. family service.

Barbara Mitchell 

9th June

 10 a.m.  Eucharist

Rev. Lionel Kevis


16th June

 10 a.m. Eucharist

Rev. Sue Diggory

23rd June

 10 a.m.  Eucharist

Father Owen.

30th June

 10 a.m. Rev. Derek Chandler

Food Bank

Our local food banks continue to need and appreciate your continued support. This month we would like to collect cooking sauces e.g. pasta sauce, curry sauce etc. Pasta and rice. Items can be brought into church or can be collected if you contact one of the church wardens.


Message from the Church

Lorraine Ashley & Ros Ellis


It seems such a long time since Reverend Ali retired but when we look back, it has in fact, only been five months. It just feels much longer.


We have been very fortunate to have a great team of people working together, to ensure we have been able to keep the church running smoothly with a regular pattern of services highlighted by beautiful music. Visiting clergy regularly comment on the vibrancy and warmth of welcome within the church, all saying they would be happy to return.


What does the future hold for Holy Trinity? 

It has been firmly indicated that we cannot remain as a stand-alone church and will therefore need to make a formal link with another local parish.  It has been suggested that this link could be made with Westerham and as such we have been talking to their PCC and we have agreed to make tentative steps towards this.


Rev Dave Fox-Branch is the priest in charge at Westerham and he and his team are very supportive of this move and look forward to working closely with us, especially in terms of our links with Edenbridge.  There would be a part time clergy member added to the team to ensure Holy Trinity is able to maintain its own pattern of regular worship, whilst looking for ways of working together to further develop both churches. 


We are in the early stages of negotiation and working closely with our Archdeacon to ensure the best possible outcome for Holy Trinity.


We would like to thank everyone for their support and we will keep you informed of our progress as we move forward.


A warm welcome from Holy Trinity Church, Crockham Hill (within the Diocese of Rochester). We have a history of worship that goes back to 1842, and recently celebrated our 175th anniversary.


We are a 'middle of the road' Anglican church, with a determination to spread God's word more widely within our local community and beyond.


Click here for a location map of the church (including post code).


Holy Trinity was restored as an independent parish in 2014. Click here for more information about our Vicar including the report to the 2020 Annual Parochial Church Meeting.

Click above for information about our parish, our vicar and those who worship here. 


Click here  for pictures of recent events in and around the parish.

Click above for brief background details about the church itself, the churchyard and the C of E Primary School.


For a number of years up to March 2014, our Church was linked to SS Peter & Paul, Edenbridge, whose Vicar was our Priest-in-Charge. Although that connection has come to an end, we continue to work closely with Edenbridge Church, and also with Edenbridge Churches in Covenant. 

Click above for information about our music, including Graham Dinnage our Organist and Director of Music, and the choir which comes together for special occasions.

We now have our own music setting for all sung Eucharist services. This was specially composed for the Church by Graham Dinnage. Click here for more details.

Click above for obituaries of notable former residents of Crockham Hill.

Click above if you would like to get involved with what goes on in our church. We are always happy to meet new folk.

Click above for more about activities and outreach in the parish and elsewhere.

Holy Trinity Church,

Crockham Hill is committed to:

  • promoting a safer environment and culture within our parish and its activities

  • safely recruiting and supporting all those with responsibilities related to children, young people and vulnerable adults within our church

  • responding promptly to every safeguarding concern or allegation

  • caring pastorally for victims and/or survivors of abuse and other affected persons

  • caring pastorally for those who are the subject of concerns or allegations of abuse and other affected persons

  • responding appropriately to those who may pose a present risk to others

For more details click here.

If you are concerned that someone you know is at risk of or is being abused or presents a risk to others, please seek advice by contacting Mrs Jo Naismith, Parish Safeguarding Officer ( 

01732 860148) or Mrs Susan Cash 01732 866218 (

Click above for information on the finances of our Church and on how you could help.

Click above to find out about weddings, wedding blessings, renewal of marriage vows baptisms, confirmations and funerals. The church is here to help.

Click above for information on our School


The Reverend Alison Cooper

(See above)

Address: Rosemary Cottage,

Oakdale Lane

Postcode: TN8 6RL 

Phone: 01732 669447




Lorraine Ashley  01732 868363

Ros Ellis                


We now have Church and Village Face Book pages which can be seen at:


About this website

Designed in 2013 by Jonathan May

Managed by Michael Court 


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