The Church of St Peter and St Paul


Duke of Edinburgh

Photograph by permission of the Press Association

It is with deep sorrow that Her Majesty the Queen announces
the death of her beloved husband. 
His Royal Highness The Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh.

His Royal Highness passed away peacefully on the morning of Friday 9th April 2021 at Windsor Castle.

 If you wish to sign a book of condolences please follow this link


The Church will be holding the APCM for 2019 and 2020 on 23rd May immediately after the 11am Matins. 

If you have been attending church services online or in person for the last 6 months and would like to be put on the electoral roll, please do get in touch by the end of April 2021. 

We are open for live services at 11am. 
But if you are worried at all or are unwell, please do look at our online services that are shared between the Benefice of Bletchingley and Nutfield. 

                           You can access the Services on the Benefice Youtube site. Please click the link                                                                  

                           For further BCP service from the Prayer Book Society please click this link 

Snowdrops 4Welcome to our website, which we hope will give you a flavour of the parish of St Peter & St Paul, Nutfield.

Nutfield Church is part of a united benefice with St Mary the Virgin, Bletchingley maintaining its own distinctive style of worship based upon the Book of Common Prayer. The benefice is connected through a group ministry with Christ Church, South Nutfield. We are also linked to the parish of St. Cuthbert's Cathedral, Gweru, in the Diocese of Central Zimbabwe, where we support a group of AIDS orphans under the auspices of Cuthaids. 

Our traditional forms of service commend themselves to a wide range of people of all ages within the village of Nutfield as well as from the surrounding areas. Our less formal acts of worship are also appreciated by a growing number of young families. The key aspect of whatever we do is excellence - whether it is in music or words - as we strive to do all to the true glory of God and to make it a worthy offering.

There has been a place of worship on the site in Church Hill from Saxon times and although it is now quite close to the expanding town of Redhill and within easy reach of the M25, M23 and Gatwick Airport it retains all the charm and simplicity of a typical English country church, set in a magical churchyard. The interior of the church has many historic monuments and wonderful examples of Burne-Jones stained glass windows.

A website can only give you a glimpse of parish life but we hope it will whet your appetite to find out more about us by coming to join us on a Sunday or at one of our recitals and concerts. 

RectorIf you are looking at the website with a view to enquiring about a Wedding, Christening, Funeral or other Pastoral Matter please contact Reverend Phaedra Pamphilon-Green  on 07775 954144 or click here to email.

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