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London is approximately 39 miles (62.4 km) to the west.
Parkwood estate, in the south of Rainham, was built mainly during the 1960s and 70s.
The Parish was transferred from Canterbury to the Diocese of Rochester in 1938, when the Patron then became the Bishop of Rochester.
The present church building is almost entirely of Gothic design, with just a few remains of the Norman church still incorporated in the east wall of the chancel.
The stained glass of the south-east window is by Hardman [1871 ].
The most interesting feature in the nave is the celure which is unique and once formed a canopy for a rood screen.
The tower houses a peel of eight bells (read more on the page about the bell ringers) 14th century nave, is very plain and almost all the roof timbers are original.
Most of the window stonework was replaced in the 19th century.
The consecration crosses date from the reconstruction of the nave in the 14th century.
The 13th century Early English style can be seen in the chancel, the 14th century period, known as the Decorated, represented in the nave and aisle, with the latest period of Gothic architecture, the Perpendicular most obvious in the 15th century tower.
The church itself is built of Kentish ragstone and flint.
After Leeds Priory was dissolved by Henry VIII, vicars were appointed by the Archbishop of Canterbury, who became Patron of the Parish.
The names of most of the vicars since 1282 are listed on a display inside the church.