Exterior of church, arched doorway.
Side view of church exterior, close angle on windows.
Exterior of church, smaller arched doorway.
Sign reading, Church of the Annunciation of the blessed Virgin Mary, consecrated in 1870
Exterior of church from the high street, through the leafy trees.
Exterior of front of the Alms House in summer.
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stained glass window, with image of Christ

Services

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Sunday

08:00 The Holy Communion
10:00 Parish Eucharist

Monday

08:00 Low Mass

Tuesday

18:30 Low Mass

Wednesday

10:00 Low Mass

Thursday

19:30 Low Mass

Friday

10:00 Low Mass

Saturday

09:00 Low Mass
10:30 Confessions (Fr. Paul)
17:00 Confessions (Fr. David)

Welcome to the Annunciation, Chislehurst.



The Annunciation is a church in the Catholic tradition of the Church of England. It is part of the diocese of Rochester under the pastoral and sacramental care of the Bishop of Richborough, and a member of Churches Together in Chislehurst and Bickley. Following in Christ's footsteps, we seek to love God and serve the people who live and work in West Chislehurst and beyond, through our worship, our work, and by reaching out to those who are in need.


Our main service is the Parish Sung Mass at 10.00 am each Sunday. The congregation ranges from babies in buggies to adults who have worshipped here for sixty years! We are a friendly community that will welcome you, whatever your age, background, beliefs or personal circumstances. In addition to Sundays, Mass is celebrated daily at different times; and during the better weather (May to September) the church building is usually open for vistors on Saturday mornings. Why not drop in and see our fine building?


We hope that you will enjoy browsing our website and will find it very helpful. Please feel free to contact us or simply come along to one of our services should you need further information. We also have Facebook page where you can keep up-to-date and read recent sermons: www.facebook.com/annunciation.chislehurst.


The Annunciation is affiliated to The Society of Saint Wilfrid & Saint Hilda http://www.sswsh.com/ and part of Bromley Deanery http://bromleydeanery.simdif.com/.