Keston Parish Church Organ

Keston Parish Church is greatly blessed to have a small twelve stop 1904 T.C. Lewis organ which was recently described by Dr Harry Bramma (lately of Southwark Cathedral and the Royal School of Church Music) as “a very fine organ”.

The organ was rebuilt and restored in 2014 by Martin Cross and Richard Sheppard of Martin K Cross Organ Builders, now known as Sheppard and Cross pipe Organ Services Ltd, assisted by Peter Sanders. Full details of the organ can be found on the National Pipe Organ Register: Keston Parish Church Organ

Due to the increase in transmission of the virus, there will not be a service in church this coming Sunday or during February!
A return date will be discussed by the PCC and we will announce our plans going forward.

It is with great sadness that we make this decision, but, hope you can agree that as a church we have a duty of care to each other and we do need to prioritise the welfare of ourselves, our congregation members and our families.

Our Vision Statement

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.