St. Michael’s Church is Hernhill’s greatest heritage asset. It witnesses the generations of people who have lived, worshipped and died in the village for over nine hundred years. Originally Anglo Saxon but re-built in the 15th century, it remains one of the few wholly perpendicular gothic churches in Kent. Find out more about the history of the church here.
The Friends of St. Michael’s Church support the upkeep and preservation of this beautiful building so that it can be enjoyed by future generations and provide a tangible link between them and the past inhabitants of this rural community.