St Luke's Church, Chiddingstone Causeway facts for kids
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St Luke's Chuch, Chiddington Causeway. The war memorial is visible to the left of the tower.
|Denomination||Church of England|
|Dedication||Luke the Evangelist|
|Heritage designation||Grade II|
|Designated||10 September 1954|
|Architect(s)||John Francis Bentley|
|Architectural type||Decorated Gothic Revival|
|Diocese||Diocese of Rochester|
|Vicar(s)||Revd Bill MacDougall|
St Luke's is a Grade II* listed Church of England church in Chiddingstone Causeway, Kent. It was built in 1897–1898 to a design by John Francis Bentley in a loosely Decorated Gothic Revival style, replacing a tin tabernacle (erected circa 1873). According to Pevsner the church was financed by the Hill family and John Singer Sargent recommended Bentley to him. It was the only Protestant church designed by Bentley.
The altar window is the work of Wilfrid de Glehn.
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