A Spring day in Oare
St. Peter’s Church is situated in the village of Oare, approximately a mile and half from Faversham.
The Church, which is a Grade 1 Listed Building, dates back to the 12th and 13th centuries and continues to serve the people of Oare and the surrounding marshes and rural communities of Uplees, Luddenham and Stone. The main Sunday worship is the Parish Communion at 9a.m.
St. Peter’s has served the village community since before the Norman Conquest.
It has stood through wars and conflicts as a symbol of peace and brotherhood and will continue to stand, thanks to restoration work started in April 2003. Funds are still needed to complete the work.
The attractive churchyard with its pathways, flower beds and panoramic views remains open throughout the summer.