A warm welcome from your local Church of England parish church; St Mary’s Kennington.
Whether you have come to this website to find out more about our beliefs and services or just to book a hall, we hope you will look around the site.
There is lots going on at St Mary’s, from traditional church services to Film Club. We have drop ins, playgroups, Messy Church, cafe style church and much, much more.
We are also very much a ‘people on a journey’ and we are very aware of new things Jesus is doing amongst us. It’s an exciting time and we’d love to have you come journey with us.
If you would like to find out more, but find the idea of going to church for the first time on your own a bit daunting, let us know and we will pair you up with a ‘Buddy’. They will meet you outside the church, sit with you throughout the service and let you know what is going on. We can also arrange this for the other events we hold.
We have all been to church for the first time. For some of us it was as a small child, for some it was a long time ago and for others it was more recent. You are welcome to join us and we look forward to meeting you.
News from St Mary’s
CELEBRATE CHRISTMAS AT St. Mary’s, Kennington We invite you to join our Christmas celebrations at the following services Sunday 13th Dec Carols by Candlelight: 6.00pm in Church followed by mulled wine and mince pies Christmas Eve 24th Dec Crib … Continue reading
St Mary’s Church Kennington Prayer Day Saturday 14th November 2015 St Mary’s Church will be open 12.30pm – 3.30pm on Saturday 14th November You are warmly invited to come to St Mary’s for all or part of the time, … Continue reading
Our Remembrance Sunday services are 9.30am at St Mary’s Kennington followed by an Act of Remembrance at the War Memorial on Ulley Road, starting at 10.55am. We then return to St Mary’s church for the Kennington Scout organisations Remembrance Sunday … Continue reading
We are nearly back up to date with our sermons database. The sermons in October have now started to be added to the website. We are learning a lot from what it means to be ‘The Church’. Peter and James’ sermons … Continue reading