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Chevening St Botolph's Church

St Botolph's Church is located on Pilgrim's Way, just over a mile north from the school. The most recent Church newsletter can be found on the church website link above.


Services at St Botolph's Church:

Our monthly services are as follows:

1st and 3rd Sundays: 10.30am Holy Communion (CW) and children's groups

2nd Sundays: 10.30am Morning prayer (BCP) and 5pm informal evening service at the Parish Hall

4th Sundays: 10.30am All-age service (CW)

5th Sundays: 10.30am Healing Service

Every Sunday: 8am Holy Communion (CW) at Chipstead on 1st, 3rd and 5th Sundays and at Chevening on 2nd and 4th Sundays.

Children's groups at St Botolph's:


The creche is available for under 5s from 10.15am on Sundays.  It meets in the nursery through the black door opposite the small church gate.

Toddler Time

Toddler Time is a great place for Mums and Dads to meet up with their pre-school children in the Parish Hall.  Meets on the third Wednesday of the month at 09.30am.

Sunday Club (Bertie Bus)

Sunday Club for 5-9 year-olds is great fun and meets on Bertie the Bus parked outside the church.  Begin in church on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month and go out during the first hymn.


Quest is for 10-13 year-olds and meets in the Chevening House stables.  Begin in church on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month and go out during the first hymn.


Kinect is for 14-18 year-olds.  This group meets at the Parish Hall in Chipstead on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month at 10.30am.  All welcome!

The school enjoys participating in a 10.30am Sunday Service at St Botolph's Church each term. The dates for this year's services are not yet set, due to COVID-19 restrictions.

If the Government Guidance permits, 2020-21 dates will be published here.


The school continues to enjoy very close links with its lively and vibrant local church, St Botolph's, Chevening.  2018 saw great celebrations of 200 years of schooling in the Parish, marking the original intention and foundation by the local parishes of Chevening, Sundridge and Brasted and the Earl and Countess Stanhope.


The school and church congregation joined together for a special Sunday Service to mark the special anniversary, with previous Rectors, the local MP and Rochester Diocesan Board in attendance. Following a super exhibition of learning in school, local residents, past pupils, families and staff spent time happily reminiscing and sharing different school experiences and memories; the current pupils created a permanent memorial of '200 years of education' by creating a wonderful mosaic with Sue Salter, which was installed in July 2019.


During the interregnum at St Botolph's Church 2019-20, we welcomed ministerial support from local Anglican and evangelical churches for regular Acts of Worship in school. Now that the new Rector, Rev Hannah Adams, has arrived, we look forward to her involvement in school life.  We usually join the St Botolph's congregation on a Sunday once a term, for our school service, as well as visiting the church for our own internal services, such as Harvest, Christmas, Easter and Leavers' Services. 

Class welcome cards for Rev Hannah, Nathan and Chloe (September 2020)

The church has a link with the Diocese of Kondoa in Tanzania, which the school shares, through its link with Mpendo School. Children from Chevening have visited the school, following arrangements with the church and later gave exciting reports on all that they had been up to whilst in Tanzania.

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