The parish church, dedicated to St. Peter, used to be a chapelry. The church as it stands dates from the early 13th century and is a classic rural ‘barn church’ with a chancel and large open nave, and traces of medieval wall paintings. Molash is a rural parish with a population of only about 250 people. It is situated in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty between Chilham and Challock. The village has a small green with a war memorial, a village hall nearby, and an excellent pub.
2nd Sunday - 9:30am Holy Communion (BCP)
4th Sunday - 9:30am Morning Worship
5th Sunday 11am - Benefice Service, at one of the churches in the benefice, see the latest Benefice Newsletter.
The Magna Carta Appeal
We have recently launched an ambitious project to install in St Peter's church a biomass heating system, a car park, a toilet, a small kitchen, modern lighting and a sound loop. See Magna Carta Appeal for details, and to donate.