Introducing Crowhurst



Welcome back!

We are open

Howard`s Well open is open Monday to Friday 8.30am-3.30pm

You can now book to stay as a residential guest

Our monthly newsletter, Revive can be read here

May Revive front cover 


Healing Services


Welcome to Crowhurst Christian Healing Centre

Welcome to CCHCWe are a small, friendly Christian Healing Centre (CCHC) where a warm welcome is offered to all. The beauty, peace and comfort of this place create an ideal setting in which to draw closer to God and experience his love.  The Lord Jesus Christ has used CCHC to meet people at their point of need, with his peace, presence and power. Countless people tell stories of being rested, refreshed and renewed, inspired and guided, healed and transformed. This is the work of Jesus.

Residential and drop in facilities are available for visitors to the Centre who can choose from a variety of Retreats, Quiet and Teaching Days or just to enjoy personal space.

A rhythm of Christ-centred, Spirit filled worship is available, alongside opportunities for creativity and prayer from the experienced team of compassionate Ministers. The comfortable hospitality, pristine conditions and delicious meals all contribute to a truly healing experience.



Services and Prayer

22:2 - A service of Healing and Prayer Monday - Friday at 10am - Large Chapel

Drop-in prayer, with a Chaplain Monday - Friday. 

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Accommodation and Facilities


Enjoy the presence of the Lord here, our warm hospitality, delicious food and acres of space...

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Supporting Us

Phil & Suzie

This God given place flourishes thanks to the generousity of our supporters. 

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What People Say

So lovely to leave the cares of the world behind and just rest in God’s presence

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What in the world….

While out walking today I caught sight of this in the bushes and thought ‘what in the world is that doing there’? (click to read more to see the photo) Just in case you can’t see what it is, it is a zimmer frame, standing upright in a neglected and overgrown area of brambles and shrubs, surrounded by trees and fences. My various thoughts, more or less in this order were: ‘Should there be someone with it’? ‘Is someone in trouble’? ‘Has someone fallen over’? How did they get in there anyw...

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Welcome from our Chaplains
Steve, Suzanne and David

Steve Gendall, Suzanne Owen and David Mayhew