‘What is the Church?’ – A new sermon series

When we hear the word ‘church’ we often think of a building.  But in the New Testament, ‘the church’ is not a building; it is those people who have put their trust in Jesus and are seeking to live as a outward-looking community of faith and love.

So, ‘the Church – a people who….’ is the title of a new sermon series that we began this month. We are considering together what is truly means to be a people travelling together, helping each other and growing together in a love that transforms us and others.

You can listen to the sermons on the sermons tab. Please let us know what you think.

Thanks for listening : )

It’s all been a bit quiet…

We are shocked!

The summer has flown by and it’s been a couple of months since there has been any activity on the site, apart from the Facebook updates. We are sorry for the ‘silence’ but we hope you have enjoyed the peace and quiet.

In the days and weeks ahead there will be lots of notices on forthcoming events, our autumn Alpha Course, plus much more.

In the meantime, our verse of the week for this week, as we focus on being ‘The Church: A People who love…’ is this:

Dear friends, let us love one another, for love comes from God.

Everyone who loves has been born of God and knows God. 

Whoever does not love does not know God, because God is love.”

1 John 4:7-8


Have a great weekend : )


Come and Pray…Come and enjoy some peace

On Saturday 11th July, from 12.30pm to 3.30pm we are having a ‘Prayer day’ at St. Mary’s Church, Kennington.

Come for all or part of the day, and to use this time to listen to God and for quiet, individual prayer. There will also be opportunities for brief corporate prayer and praise at points throughout the day.

Please contact us if you have any questions or have any prayer requests


Ascension Day and the start of 9 days of prayer

Tomorrow is Ascension Day and, as part of our life within Canterbury Diocese, Bishop Trevor has called on us all across the diocese to pray together over the 9 days from Ascension to Pentecost.  The diocese has provided a prayer resource for us. Please pick up your Novena (9 days) pocket prayer card from the office. Alternatively,they can be downloaded from the following link:



April’s sermons

We want to apologise that none of April’s sermons have appeared on the site yet. Good news! We now know what the problem with the microphones was and why then the recordings weren’t so good. So we are re-recording some of the April sermons and we hope they will all be online in the next ten days. Thanks for your patience : )