We welcome everyone who wanders through our door.
Whoever you are, wherever you are in you spiritual life, we invite you to bring your whole self to church!
The ethos of our worship and community life is shaped by the Reformed tradition (a blend of the best of the Congregational, Presbyterian and Churches of Christ traditions), but we are a mishmash of people from all sorts of church upbringings (or not!).
We are an informal church and want you to come just as you are - ready for an afternoon at the beach or in your Sunday best.
We strive to create a space for people to explore their spiritual lives through a variety of practices including traditional church services, tai chi classes, small group conversations (like our Tuesday coffee mornings and Friday fun groups), monthly community lunches, home fellowship groups, walking fellowship and community gardening projects.
We warmly welcome you to visit our church for any of our gatherings throughout the week! If you have any questions about what your visit may look like, or have anything specific you would like to ask, please do not hesitate to contact us.
We look forward to seeing you soon!
Getting to Us
We are located in the centre of Whitstable, within easy walking distance of the beach, the harbour and the train station.
Parking is available alongside our church in the Council's Ticketless Middle Wall Car Park. Charge is £1.50/hour between 10am and 9pm. Pay before you leave at the machines near the entrance.
*The Main Entrance to our church is through the glass doors facing the car park.*
We recognise the importance of worshipping together as a family. The initial part of our Sunday service is specifically adapted for children because they are an important part of our community. We hope this helps the children to effectively relate to the Gospel.
In the church sanctuary (where the service is held), toys are available at the back of the church and the front of the worship space is reserved for the younger members of the congregation.
Children's Sunday Club
During the second part of the Sunday service, the younger members of the congregation are invited to leave the main service for their own fellowship. This is an essential element for the spiritual development of the children and allows them the freedom for creative worship using craft, stories, songs, plays and sharing news.