We are a small rural congregation of about 12-15 members. All are welcome and visitors have often commented what a friendly church we are.
In 2018 we celebrated the 150th anniversary of our current building with a special weekend of celebrations, a display of church history, and plenty of tea and cake. We were delighted that this weekend brought many visitors through our doors.
We are committed to being M.A.D which stands for making a difference and we firmly believe that as Christians we are called to make a difference in our communities and by helping those less fortunate than oursleves. To this end our church supports Water Aid, Porchlight (a Kent based charity working with homeless people), Demelza House Childrens Hospice, and we also sponsor a child through World Vision. We also support the local foodbank and Christmas appeals for underpriviledged children.
Having been closed for 18 months during the pandemic we have only recently reopened for public worship and hope to get back to a regular pattern of varied services ranging from Holy Communion to Cafe Church – an all age interactive form of worship with activities, discussion and refreshments in an informal setting, which attracts several visitors including young children. Do join us for one of our services.
Revd H Hollands
Morning Worship: 10:30am
Cafe Church on the 2nd Sunday of each month (excluding August & November) offers informal worship suitable for all ages with crafts, discussion and reflection. This attracts a number of visitors and the age range of attendees is from 4-90+. From March 2020 there will be an additional Café Church at 4pm on the 5th Sunday, instead of a morning service – all are welcome.