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.