Safeguarding – St Mary’s commits to the safeguarding of all people who may be vulnerable – children and adults, ensuring their well-being in the life of this church. We seek to act in an inclusive, supportive manner in line with the national safeguarding policies defined by the church of England.
Safe Spaces is the free national support service for victims and survivors of church-related abuse. Safe Spaces Services are available by phoning 0300 303 1056.
It offers a confidential, personal, and safe space for anyone who has been abused through their relationship with either the Church of England, The Church in Wales or The Catholic Church in England and Wales, regardless of disability, age, gender, or sexual orientation.
Use this link to access the Safe Spaces
Our Parish Safeguarding Officer is Amanda Fogg who can be contacted on 015395 34341 or at: [email protected]
Reflecting the return to “normality” we no longer require those attending services to wear a face covering. We are very happy though if you would prefer to wear a face covering.
As a church we are committed to fellowship, care, mutual support and spiritual life.
“St Mary’s in touch” is a weekly email network for the whole church and parish. It is intended to be a communal network, so everyone can contribute and suggest, offer, ask etc. If you’d like to keep in touch and receive spiritual resources to help you pray and to strengthen you in faith, hope and peace then contact REVD. AMIEL OSMASTON on [email protected]
For information regarding Baptisms, Weddings or Funerals, contact the Team Office on 015395 35560 or email [email protected]
Psalm 80: Turn us again to yourself, O Lord. Make your face to shine down on us. Only then shall we be saved.
We offer services from the traditional through to the informal,have a look at this month’s services to see which one might be for you.
In addition to our Sunday services St Mary’s hosts –
For of Sunday services please use the link below.
The church commands a fine view over the Kent estuary and was built together with the old vicarage, the school and the schoolhouse from the proceeds of the will of Mary Winfield Lambert, a local landowner who lived first at Abbot Hall, Kents Bank, and then at Boarbank Hall.
She died in 1857 but the buildings (at a total cost of £6,000) were not erected until 1864.