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.

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UPCOMING EVENTS  Apr 13th - Apr 19th



The people and clergy of Weald Deanery.  We pray for Alana (19years) diagnosed with Leukaemia & her son Kenzie, Daphne S. Carole W’s sister following her operation, Sarah Alp, Sally S & Tony Stokes recovering from operations Rosabella G, 91 yrs, (Janet's mother).  We pray that Jack will soon find a new flat nearby and we remember the famies of Sacha Wheeler (age 14), Joe Taylor  & Audrey Tucker who have died recently.

Your invitation to the annual St Alphege Church Meeting

We cordially invite you to the church ANNUAL MEETING, which will take place on Monday 20th April at 7.30pm in the Narthex. This is an opportunity for all members on the church electoral roll to nominate

and vote for our Churchwardens and representatives to serve on the District Church Council (DCC) and

on the Parochial Church Council (PCC), which includes all the Whitstable Team churches.


There will be 4 DCC vacancies and 2 PCC vacancies to be filled this time.  Anyone on the electoral roll

can stand, so if you, or someone you know, would like to join the church council, you can complete a nomination form beforehand or at the meeting.  Forms will be available in church, or  contact DCC secretary Isobel Legg for one.  It would be great to have some new members on the council.


The annual meeting is a very informal and friendly occasion and apart from the business of the meeting, also includes time to socialise over cheese and wine, so we do hope you will be able to come.



Church Treasurer - Are you good on detail and enjoy working in a team? Would you like to know more

about being the Church Treasurer? In April Ann will step down from this role, and will be available to help train

a new person in this important task. There is also support from the other parish treasurers and the Diocese. Even if you don't feel called to offer for this voluntary post, please pray that the right person will step forward to help the church in this vital task. For more info or to offer your, please email vicar@stalphege.org.uk or call the office.


Reculver Deanery Meeting Secretary - Following Pat Thomas’ service in this role, we need to fill the

post to ensure the smooth running of our Deanery. If you enjoy this kind of thing, we’d love to hear from you.

You don’t have to be a member of Deanery Synod.  The use of email and a computer is essential.  If you are interested, we can explain the process step by step.  Plenty of support is always on hand.


CONTACT Steve Coneys    (steveconeys@btinternet.com or phone 276795)


Editor of Unity Update Editor - Following Nick Widdow’s distinguished service, we want to appoint his successor. Update is a concise A5 leaflet


CONTACT Steve Coneys steveconeys@btinternet.com or Nick Widdows maile@nickw.enterprise-plc.com



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.