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East End Road, Bradwell-on-Sea, Essex, CM0 7PW

This ancient Saxon chapel is the oldest church in England built by St Cedd in 654ad, it is one of the most restful and spiritual buildings in the country, a place to bring you peace and tranquility.

 

Witham Road, Little Braxted, CM8 3EU

St. Nicholas in Little Braxted is one of the smallest churches in Essex and was built in the early 12th century. It has kept its original Norman apsidal east end, and only one Norman window remains on the north side.

 

Church Road, North Fambridge, CM3 6LU

This 200 year old church is the only place of worship in North Fambridge.

 

Imperial Avenue, Mayland, CM3 6AH

Baptist Church offering a relaxed, informal style of worship.

 

East End Road/High Street, Bradwell-on-Sea, Essex, CM0 7PY

Church was originally built in the 14th century of which the chancel and the font still exist. The nave was rebuilt in 1706 and the handsome brick tower in 1743.

 

Unit 1, The Old Builders Yard, Tenterfield Road, Maldon, Essex, CM9 5EW

The Jambhala Meditation Centre was founded in March 2012 by disciples of Living Buddha Dechan Jueren and practice Hanmi Esoteric Buddhism.

 

Ferry Road, Burnham-on-Crouch, Essex, CM0 8PQ

All Saints' Church at Creeksea lies in an idyllic setting with beautiful views over the River Crouch. The current church building dates from the 1870s although there has been a church on this site since the 13th century.

 

Quaker Meeting House, Butt Lane, Maldon, Essex, CM9 5HD

Maldon’s Quaker Meeting House was built in 1821. It comprises two separate rooms; originally one for women and one for men. The Georgian benches and tiered elders’ benches remain.

 

Plantation Hall, King George V Playing Field, Colchester Rd, Heybridge, Maldon, CM9 4AL

Meets monthly offering private readings and healing.

 

East Hall Farm, East End Road, Bradwell-on-Sea, Essex, CM0 7PN

An open and inclusive Christian Community offering a choice of themed activities and courses throughout the year, with daily celebrations in the nearby ancient chapel.

 

Church Road, Burnham-on-Crouch, Essex, CM0 8QB

Affectionately known as St Mary's, there has been a church on this site since 1155, possibly even earlier, and as such the fabric of the building reflects a long and eventful history.

 

The Street, Heybridge, CM9 4NB

12th century church, restored during the 15th Century to present condition. Seating for 200 including choir, with wheel chair access and hearing aid loop system.

 

High Street, Maldon, Essex, CM9 5PB

Situated on Maldon High Street, our aim is to make God’s love known to the community in which we are set. We worship together every Sunday morning at 10.30a.m, and all are welcome.

 

52 Prince of Wales Road, Great Totham, CM9 8PX

Totham Barn Chapel Evangelical Free Church is a grade II listed building. It has a small but active fellowship and regular meetings.

 

The Rectory, East End Road, Southminster, CM0 7PX

Church has a 14th century nave and chancel to which was added the tower in 1706 and a 19th century timber porch. The eastern nave has a 16th century brick gable resting on a trefoil arched corbeil frieze.

 

Mayland Hill, Mayland, CM3 6DZ

 

60A Victoria Rd, Maldon, CM9 5HF

 

Woodham Walter, Maldon, Essex, CM9 6RJ

Built in 1563, St Michaels is the sole Elizabethan church in Essex and one of only six built in England during Elizabeth's reign. The church has strong links with the local community and plays an active part in village life.

 

Maldon, Essex, CM9 4QE

Our doors are open to everybody of all faiths – all are welcome in this house.

 

Fambridge Road, Althorne, Chelmsford, Essex, CM3 6BY

 

South St, Tillingham, CM0 7TH

This church belongs to the Evangelical Fellowship of Congregational Churches. It is the only remaining Congregational Church in the Dengie Hundred and as such draws a congregation from a wider area .

 

East St, Tollesbury, Maldon, CM9 8QD

Affilliated to the Congregational Federation and Evangelical Alliance, this small, friendly church was started in 1803.

 

Vicarage Lane, Mundon, CM9 6PA

The church of St. Mary in Mundon is cared for by the Friends of Friendless Churches and it is now conserved as a Grade 1 listed medieval church.

 

The Street, St Lawrence, CM10 7RJ