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  Oct 5th - Oct 11th

Mon 5th    5.00pm Team Prayer at St John’s Swalecliffe

                   1.30pm Children’s Ministry Team meeting

                   7.30pm PCC at St John's Centre, Swalecliffe


Tues 6th    2.30pm Multi-faith Talk at St. John’s Church

                  5.30pm Alfies Outside at St Andrew’s play area

                  7.00pm Bell ringing practice

                  7.30pm Prayer Group at 20, Newton Road


Wed 7th   10.00am Holy Communion

                  3.30pm StArs Homework Club & walking bus

                  7.30pm Worship Committee


Thurs 8th  1.30pm Little Lights

Sat 10th    9.00am Church Coffee Morning

Sun 11th   8.00am Holy Communion

                   9.30am Holy Communion & Sunday Club Home







On Saturday 17th October from 9.30am to 11.30am in St John’s Christian Centre, Swalecliffe, the next Deanery meeting is about community engagement. Kon Apokis and Keith Berry, the Development Workers with Together Canterbury (Church Urban Fund in our diocese) will be exploring this crucial aspect of

mission. It’s a 2 hour meeting and will be extremely stimulating. Personal invitations are always effective – people interested in the refugee crisis, Street Pastors, Foodbanks, and all that practical, down-to-earth stuff should be especially motivated to come to this morning.


The NEW GROUND Whitstable Ecumenical project develops young adults training for professional Youth Ministry through Oasis College, London. Now we require accommodation for a 22-year old male student from January 2016, for the following 18 months (but not for August or the main school holidays).

We can offer £50 per week. Additional expenses (e.g.food) may be negotiated with the student. We are grateful for God’s provision for New Ground so far. Can you help with this next step?


Contact Steve Coneys: 276795 steveconeys@btinternet.com





CAPTAIN’S LOG AND THE WOMEN OF WONGA, Saturday evening 17th October at the Seasalter Christian Centre, a musical performed by Opus 32 from Sittingbourne. Suitable for adults and children. Boarding Passes for the departure Space Port (tickets): £7.50 adults, £5.00 children, available from Sheila Holness.


MULTI - FAITH TALKS - First Tuesday of the month at 2.30pm at St. John’s Methodist Church, led by Rev. Helen Letley.

The next talk will be on October 6th.





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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Please pray for

The people and clergy of Sittingbourne Deanery.


We pray for those living with cancer: Esther, Peter Knowler KC, Maddy, Doris Gouldson, Sadie, Chris, Naomi, Dawn, Tasha Rose, David Oliver, Nicky.


We pray for those affected by stroke: Evelyn, Barbara & Richard; and those affected by Parkinsons: Paul & Carol and Flavia.


We pray for Julie & Ady, Julie, Brenda and Simon Kidd.


We pray for the families of those who have died recently: Jon Bird, Margaret Johnson, Dorothy Maxted and George Bawden.


We pray for those on the Deepening Discipleship course and for their leaders, Lesley & Richard.




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