As all public worship has been suspended the following alternative approaches will
- The weekly Sermon will be distributed to all of the congregation by email.
- We will continue to consider alternative ways to worship as suggested by
the Diocese. In the meantime please also check the Worship Resources
available through the Church of England site –www.churchofengland.org
- With regard to the wider community, we will continue to explore with the
local hospital, residential and care homes, support required and the
provision of communion to the sick, but in line with guidance provided from
Please feel free to contact Fr Stephen at anytime on 862258.
A warm welcome from the Parish Church of Saint Peter and Saint Paul in Edenbridge, Kent, which has a history of worship that goes back to the 12th century.
We are a middle-of-the-road Anglican community with a strong choral tradition and an emphasis on worship of a high quality. We seek to bring the love of God to his children whether they are residents of Edenbridge or simply passing through, for whatever reason.
Our congregation gathers for the Eucharist every Sunday at 9.30am with around 100 communicants plus children. Some are exploring what the Christian faith might mean for them as they prepare for marriage or to have their children baptised.
Services are held throughout the week, we like to think we are a welcoming community open to all kinds of people, whatever their background. So if you are enquiring about Christianity, thinking about a return to church life after an absence for whatever reason or simply visiting from a Christian community somewhere else, we would love to welcome you.
Come and make yourself known or hide in a corner if you want to, either way we hope you will catch a glimpse of God’s love among us and how it is available to you.
Rev’d Dr Stephen Mitchell