Christmas Services at Our Churches - Please visit the Calendar
Pre Christmas Events at Detling and Boxley
DETLING CHURCH - A Taste of Christmas at Detling Church
Saturday 21st November from 2 to 4.30pm
BOXLEY CHURCH CHRISTMAS BAZAAR At Boxley Church
SATURDAY 28th NOVEMBER from 2 – 4.30 pm
Harvest Festival: The congregations of Boxley, Detling and Grove Green joined together on Saturday 26th September to celebrate Harvest Festival. A Kentish Ploughman's Lunch was provided at Detling Church utilising locally produced food including Kent ham, cheeses and salads accompanied with locally produced apple and pear juices and a great time was had by all. We were delighted that the Bishop of Dover, Trevor Willmot, and his wife joined us for this event.
We have a Junior Church at Boxley - Read more about this
Coming soon - Dick Wittington
There are three churches in this large shared parish. These are St Mary & All Saints church in Boxley, St Martin’s church in Detling and St John’s church in Grove Green. St Mary’s and St Martin’s churches have a long history stretching back hundreds of years while St John’s church is around 30 years old.
St Mary's and St John's are in the Parish of Boxley and for which the Parish PCC is responsible.
We value and enjoy the history of our old church buildings which tell us such rich stories of times past; of the people who helped to build them, and the many people who’ve worshipped here through the centuries, whose children have been christened here, the loving couples who’ve come to be married here, and those who’ve made their last journey here too.
St John’s church is young, set within Grove Green with worship taking place in the local Church primary school.
But our churches are really about people: people growing together in the love of God, sharing hopes and dreams, responding to God’s call to share his love wherever we are, adding our stories to those of others who’ve worshipped in these places before us.
Once you’ve journeyed through our website, we hope very much that you’ll want to come and meet us, to worship God in these churches, and enjoy our company.
We are presently entering an interregnum as our Priest Susan recently moved to take up a similar position at the Church of St. Edmunds in Cambridge. An interregnum effectively means that we have a vacant position for a priest and a new appointment will be made in due course. In the meantime life in our parish will continue with vigour and with an extremely positive outlook for the future.
You can communicate with us using the contacts form and locate us by visiting the find us page.
Please visit the services page you will be assured of a warm welcome at any of our services. At certain times of the year the services may vary details of which will be published on this site.
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