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Our amazing animal world

Children ask your parents to save the date on Sunday November 24th to come and see and touch all the amazing animals we will have to show you after the morning service. Click here for info.

Burrswood Thanksgiving service 22 Sept

BURRSWOOD You are warmly invited to a service in the Church of Christ the Healer, Burswood, where the Bishop of Rochester will lead an Act of Thanksgiving for the wonderful ways that God has worked down the years that the vision of Dorothy Kerin has been promoted at Burrswood, and to pray for the future work of the Dorothy Kerin Trust in God's hands. This will take place on Sunday 22 September 2019 at 1pm. The grounds will be open for picnics…

Men’s breakfast

Saturday 28th September Mark Blythe: Mark is a Sports Evangelist, has 6 kids, 10 grandchildren, played for Middlesbrough, Chelsea and West Ham, beat Mo Farrer over 5km. Australian international, ironman triathlete, Wembley referee, scored for the Harlem Globetrotters, 3 x golf hole-in-one. Ignorant of Christianity until 35 years old. We shall finish at about 10.00 a.m. and the cost is £10.00.  Please let Derek Baxter know if you are able to come (01959 523687) and bring a friend.

A Turbulent Priest

Coming soon – A Turbulent Priest Saturday 19th October at 6.30pm St Bartholomew’s Church, Otford A musical by James Cary & James Sheridan retelling the medieval bromance in sketch & song between Henry II and Thomas Becket that ended in more than tears!  Tickets are available from St Barts by phoning 01959 524304 or online by clicking here

Mens Breakfast

You are invited to breakfast on Saturday 1 June at 8.30 a.m. at Otford Methodist Church.  The speaker will be Andrew Bratby. Andrew has lived in Otford man and boy.  He became a Christian at the age of 15 which is about the time he got to know Peter and Rachel Marson, the founders of the charity SeeKenya.  Andrew is married to Ellen and they have two daughters, Katherine and Susanna.  He is definitely not a professional ‘eye-person’, rather he works…

Ladies Breakfast

Saturday, April 13th, 2019 from 8.30 to 10am –  Rachel Marson will be speaking. Rachel with her optometrist husband Pete, set up a charity called SeeKenya. This organisation has changed hundreds of lives by giving sight to the visually impaired. Come and hear the story of this wonderful venture. cost £5

Mens breakfast

Saturday 9th March 8.30 am More info Please let Derek Baxter know if you are able to come (01959 523687) 

Ministers Monthly Missive: The war to end all wars

Such was the horror and outrage at the enormity of the loss, damage and cost of the 1st World War people were convinced those responsible for war would be deposed and never again would nations in Europe go to war against each other: H.G.Wells coined the phrase “the war to end all wars”. The 20th century was the most violent and bloodiest in history. There was only one year in the century when no British serviceman died in action. It’s estimated…

Ministers Monthly Missive: A new year

September the beginning of a new Methodist year and the start of my fifth year in the South East: where is the time going? What does the future hold for us? No idea! But when we put our future into the hands of the living God we know we need have no fear, no anxiety, because with the psalmist we can say ‘Some trust in chariots and some in horses, but we trust in the name of the Lord our God.’ Ps…

Tribute to Lily Robinson

For many people in our church, and indeed, in the community at Eynsford, Lily Robinson would have been an unknown figure, even an unknown name. But for those who have known her, she has been a very distinctive person. As we celebrate her life of 103 years, we begin to discover some of the things we never knew, and then we know these few things will only be a small amount of what Lily has been. It was during the…
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