Our worship services in church are quite varied. We sing a mixture of traditional hymns and more modern worship songs which are led by either our robed choir accompanied by the organ, or our informal singing group accompanied by the piano. We sometimes use CDs to accompany our singing or during moments for reflection. At our Holy Communion Services everyone is welcome to come and receive Holy Communion, the bread and wine which represent symbols of God’s love for each of us, or to come and receive a blessing.
(Please see our Sunday Services page for more details)
For us to engage in Worship and Prayer together during the week throughout each month we have a variety of other opportunities, our pattern is as follows:
We meet at 9.30am on the common opposite The Greyhound Pub and walk, at a leisurely pace, around Keston for about an hour and a half, stopping a few times for reflection and prayers.
Due to the current situation with the Coronavirus and the elevation to Tier 4,
we are suspending the Prayer Walk until further notice.
A quiet, reflection service which starts at 10.30am in Church and lasts about half an hour.
Starts at 7.30pm
November to April we meet at The Rectory
May to October we meet in Church
We gather in one of our homes at 7.30pm for tea and coffee, the meeting starts at 8pm.
(For more information on any of these gatherings please call Rev Carol on 01689 853186)
Due to the current situation with the Coronavirus, second Wednesday –
Holy Communion, third Monday – Silent Meditation and fourth Tuesday –
Fellowship Group are all suspended until further notice.
We also meet to discuss books we have read approximately every 6 weeks. They may be books that have encouraged our faith or inspired us – or those we have simply enjoyed. You don’t have to have read a book to join in.
(For more details contact Sally Churchus at [email protected]).
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.