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Parish of Kingswood

  • Welcome to the Parish of Kingswood

    St Andrew ~ The Wisdom of God

    Whether you are simply visiting, or looking for a church to make your spiritual home, the Clergy and Church Wardens would like to welcome you to the parish of Kingswood.

    This website gives you an introduction to the life and worship of the congregations of our two churches: St Andrew’s, Kingswood and The Wisdom of God, Lower Kingswood.

    This is a Church of England Parish in the Deanery of Reigate and the Diocese of Southwark.

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    Sunday 22 November 2020

     

     

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    Registered Charity Number: 1172427

     

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