In light of the recent announcement of further Covid-19 restrictions, we have decided that it would not be responsible to encourage the community to gather for services in the immediate future and we will be providing services on-line. A recording of the service for Sunday 3rd January has been produced and is available from the Service Recording page. Arrangements for the remainder of services in January are being made and once finalised details will be posted here – so please keep checking.
As a church we are continuing our fellowship, care, mutual support and spiritual life in spite of limits on face-to-face meetings and collective worship.
Church members remain as engaged and active as ever, and….
WE ARE HERE FOR YOU
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 our Worship page to see which one might be for you.
At present we are unable to offer a Sunday School during the morning service – children of all ages are welcome, but will need to stay with family for the service.
Our Parish Safeguarding Officer is Amanda Fogg who can be contacted on 015395 34341 or at: [email protected]
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.