The parish of Crundale comprises just over 648 hectares (1,600 acres) in the North Downs Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, in two valleys divided by a ridge on which stands the 11th Century Parish Church. Crundale is a scattered rural community, but the majority of people live in the hamlets of Crundale and Sole Street. The church is some way outside both settlements; its isolation may be indicative of a pre-Augustinian site of pagan worship in Saxon times. The community of Crundale is small, but there is a committed core congregation and PCC with active office holders, who receive much support from those outside the worshipping community.
1st Sunday – 9:30am Morning Worship
2nd Sunday – 9:30am Matins
3rd Sunday – Holy Communion (BCP/CW alternating months)
4th Sunday – no service
5th Sunday 11am – Benefice Service, at one of the churches in the benefice, see the latest Benefice Newsletter.