Welcome to St Alphege Church

 

Whether you are old or young, living here or passing through, you will always find a warm welcome in

our inclusive and family friendly church.  Please come and worship God with us.

 

We are an Anglican church, one of five in the Whitstable Team Ministry. Our church family is made up of all ages and we are always happy to see new faces. We come together to enjoy worship and fellowship and want to share God's love with all.  St Alphege church is the focal point of the High Street,  you can step inside on any weekday morning for a quiet time of prayer and reflection or for a coffee and a chat.

THE WEEK AHEAD  Aug 24th - Aug 30th

Mon 24th  No Team Prayer in August

 

Tues 25th   7-8.15pm Bell Ringing Practice

 

Wed 26th   10am Holy Communion

 

Sat 29th    9am Leprosy Mission Coffee Morning

 

Sun 30th  8am Holy Communion 9.30 All Age

 

 

OTHER NEWS

 

Contact with our new church Treasurer - Receipts or messages for our new church Treasurer, Tony Link, should be put in the special ‘Treasurer’ pigeonhole. Those with surnames beginning with A or B will find that your pigeonhole is now combined.

 

Deepening Discipleship course will be starting at St Alphege this Autumn. If you would like to refresh your faith, or have the opportunity to go a little deeper, this may be for you. Contact Rev Rachel for more info.

 

ADVANCE NOTICE - Bishop Trevor is coming to bless our prayer garden on Saturday September 5th at 10am.  All are welcome to this special occasion.

 

Healing Day at Seasalter Christian Centre on 5th September 10am - 4pm Healing the Paralysed Parts of Me led by Rev.Helen Connell from the Living Well. Lunch provided by donation.To Book, phone Tess Canavan on 01227 282354 . Some members of the healing team will be going and you could speak to one of them for more information.

 

The New Ground Whitstable ecumenical project develops young adults training for professional Youth Ministry through Oasis College, London. We require 40 weeks’ accommodation from this September for 2 people (either separately or together).  We can offer £50 per week, for 40 weeks per person.  Additional expenses (e.g., food) may be negotiated with the student.  One of the students is male; the other has yet to apply.  They will be in the 19 – 24 age range. We are praying for God’s provision to enable this significant joint project to continue.  Can you help?

 

Contact Steve Coneys steveconeys@btinternet.com

or give Steve a call on 01227 276795

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HOW TO FIND US

St Alphege Church is located in the heart

of Whitstable in the High Street.

 

We are very easy to find and are located

within a short walking distance of the

central public car parks.  If you are using public transport, there is a bus stop almost opposite the church or we are

about a ten minute walk from the main train station in Whitstable.

 

You can also call us on 01227 273329.

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THE LATEST CHURCH NEWS

Please pray for

The people and clergy of Maidstone Deanery. We pray

for those living with cancer KC, Maddy, Doris Gouldson, Sadie, Chris, Naomi, Dawn & Tasha Rose, David Oliver, George Bawden Esther & Nicky.

 

We remember Peter Knowler who is very poorly. Hilary, recovering from a broken hip and Margaret with a broken wrist. We pray for the family of Muriel Horner who has died recently. We pray for Jon Bird and for Liam McLoughlin as he starts his new job in Kuwait, We pray for Winnie Faulkner, Harley James Thomas and Frankie Lee Thomas all baptised this week.

We pray for Hannah Rogers and Simon Honey married yesterday, and for Terry and Leigh Thomas and Zoe and Ola Eweje all renewing their marriage vows this weekend and for Rachael and Gethin to be married here next weekend.

BRING AND SHARE LUNCH

Sep 9th with the afternoon club

 

Click the poster for more info!

COMING SOON!

 

TALKS ON OTHER FAITHS

 

On Tuesday September 1st, Rev Helen Letley (Methodist Minister at Argyle Road) will be giving a series of talks on different faiths, at the invitation of Bright Hour.  The first talk will be on ‘The Multi Faith Environment’ and subsequent talks will include Judaism, Hinduism, Islam etc .

 

Each meeting will be on the first Tuesday of the month at 2.15pm in the Epworth Room, at the Methodist Church. and begins with a cup of tea.

 

The meeting will end by 4pm. Everyone is welcome. For further information please see Rev Joyce Outen.

 

Ride and Stride is coming up in September.

 

Get yourselves prepared!  Amanda will remind us about it soon. Besides walkers & riders we will need people to man the ‘sign in’ desk, refreshments for those taking part and above all SPONSORS!

 

Please see Amanda if you can help and for sponsor forms.