Hellingly - Religion

Religion

The 14th century parish church is dedicated to St Peter and St Paul. The chancel dates from about 1200, and the shafts with annulets round the windows and the band of palmettes under them are substantially original. There is stained glass in the east lancet windows by William Morris & Co. Zoar Strict Baptist Chapel was founded in 1837 at Lower Dicker.

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