St Katharine's Church, Knockholt

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St Katharine, Knockholt
Church in Winter
51°18′37″N 0°6′16″E / 51.31028°N 0.10444°E / 51.31028; 0.10444Coordinates: 51°18′37″N 0°6′16″E / 51.31028°N 0.10444°E / 51.31028; 0.10444
Denomination Church of England
Churchmanship Broad Church
Website knockholt-church.org
History
Dedication Katharine the Virgin
Administration
Parish Knockholt
Deanery Sevenoaks
Archdeaconry Kent
Diocese Rochester
Province Canterbury
Clergy
Curate(s) Rev. Hugh Thomas
Priest(s) Rev. John Benson

St Katharine's Church is an Anglican parish church in the village of Knockholt and the Sevenoaks deanery. St Katharine's and St Margaret's came together in 1983 as a United Benefice under one parish priest. The pattern of services reflects the fact that it is two parishes working closely together. The church has been designated a Grade B listed building by English Heritage.[1]

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  1. ^ "Church Of St Katherine, Knockholt Main Road", Heritage Gateway (English heritage), retrieved 24 January 2012 

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