The church has served the community of Keston since the 12th century, and likely beforehand, and today we continue to offer love and spiritual support to those in the local area through our worship and through our community activities.
We want to be a church who welcomes everyone who comes through our doors, and that forms part of our Vision Statement which you will find at the bottom of this page. We are a friendly community of people and support each other through the ups and downs of life. We want you to know that whatever walk of life you are from and whatever life journey you are on, whether you have been to church before or not, you are welcome to come.
God alone is our redeemer and judge, and we believe God loves all people equally. This gives us joy and we celebrate this in our Worship. It is also important to us to meet together socially and we have a variety of events which we very much enjoy sharing with the people form our community and beyond.
If you would like to simply meet us you are welcome to join us for a cuppa at the end of a Sunday Service at 11am in our hall connected at the rear of the church.
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”.