Sunday 6th August - led by The Drive Methodist.
Renew our World: how the church can work towards a fair and sustainable world.
Hunger and climate change steal security, but thankfully, the church gives hope.
Paul Cook, Head of Advocacy, TEARFUND, will be speaking at the Creation Care Lunch at St Nicholas Church, Sevenoaks.
TONIGHT'S HUSTINGS CANCELLED DUE TO EVENTS IN LONDON
A call from Archbishop Justin Welby inviting Christians around the world to pray for people to know Jesus Christ.
Local events include:
Ascension Day 25th May
St Botoph's, Chevening: In addition to services at 9.15, 12.15
and 7.15pm, there will be seven prayer stations around the
church - drop in for a few minutes - or longer.
St Mary, Kippington: Praise and Prayer at 7.30pm
Friday 26th May
St Luke's Church: A Chain of Prayer 9.30 - 7pm including
Midday Meditation 12 - 12.30pm and followed by
Compline at 7pm
Saturdays 27th May and 3rd June
The Drive Methodist Church: Silent Prayer 9.30 - 10am
Guided Prayer 10 - 10.30am
Monday 29th May (Bank Holiday)
St Peter & St Paul, Shoreham: Iona Morning Prayers
DURING THE 10 DAYS, A REFLECTIVE PRAYER TRAIL AROUND THE CHURCH, STARTING IN THE PORCH
Tuesday 30th May
St Nicholas Church: Prayer Gathering at 8pm
Friday 2nd June
St Thomas of Canterbury – prayer, reflection & music 8-9pm
St Peter & St Paul Seal
Two days of prayer at Seal Church on 2nd and 3rd June from 9am
to 9pm, with reflective prayer stations in church, and small
services at 9am, 12noon, 5pm and 9pm on both days. Postcards
being spread around the parish and through its organisations
inviting people to let us have their prayer requests either on the
postcard or by email or twitter with the hashtag
Revd Anne Le Bas will be in church to pray with people for an
hour after each service, and an hour before the final one of
Exhibition about John Wesley
The Drive Methodist Church, The Drive,
Sevenoaks, TN13 3AB
Saturday 20th May 10.30am - 1.00pm
Sunday 21st May 4.00pm - 6.00pm
Wednesday 24th May 10.00am - 12noon and 2.00pm - 4.00pm
This exhibition was first shown in Sevenoaks Library in 1991 to commemorate the bi-centenary of the death of John Wesley.