We want to offer everyone who comes through our doors a warm welcome. We are a friendly community of people who offer each other love and support through the experiences that life brings us. We acknowledge that God loves us, and all people, and celebrate this in our worship. We also seek to share this life with the community around us and offer a variety of opportunities to socialise with our neighbours, friends and family.
We, as a Christian community, have gained so much from our faith in Jesus that we would love to share it with those we meet along the way. If you are considering the spiritual life please come and see us or give our Rector a call. May God bless you.
Rev Carol Morrison
To welcome and embrace all who come into this beautiful ancient place of peace to be blessed, healed and equipped by God for the challenges of everyday life.
Whilst no one is attending church and we aren’t able to have our Sunday collection, you are welcome to donate here.
CAR PARK DONATIONS
We are still only about a third of the way to our target and would greatly appreciate any donations going forward.
Merciful God, pour your love into our community,
and make this place welcoming and holy,
to heal and transform all who come.
As we trust in your love;
inspire us with your word of life,
and equip us for the challenges of everyday life.
In the precious name of Jesus our Saviour,
There will be no Sunday services in Keston Parish Church or any other gatherings until further notice.
Messy Church is an attempt to be church for families who might want to meet Jesus, belong to their local church and bring up their children as Christians but can’t cope with traditional Sunday morning church services.
Next Messy Church date is yet to be confirmed due to the Coronavirus.
In light of the spread of the Coronavirus the Archbishops of Canterbury and York have issued instruction that all “public worship will have to stop”.