John Wesley - Social Reformer
May 24

John Wesley - Social Reformer

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. 





11:00 am11:00

Healthy You, Healthy Communities

Health, fitness, games, resources.

Sponsored by Royal City, Sevenoaks.
For further details contact:

At Sevenoaks Community Centre, Cramptons Road, Sevenoaks, TN14 5DN

Christian Aid Frugal Lunch
12:30 pm12:30

Christian Aid Frugal Lunch

Join us for the annual Christian Aid Frugal Lunch

Come along and enjoy a basic lunch with new and old friends. 
There is no charge but we ask you to give as a donation the amount of money you would normally spend on Sunday lunch.

Paul Grime, an experienced volunteer speaker for Christian Aid, will be talking about this year’s focus on refugees for Christian Aid Week (14-20 May)

St Mary’s Parish Centre, 
Kippington Road, TN 13 2LL

Lent Bible Study Groups
Apr 7

Lent Bible Study Groups

Ecumenical groups meeting throughout Lent

There are Bible study groups meeting throughout Lent, following the York Lent Course, 'Receiving Christ in five different ways'.  If you are interested in joining a course please contact us.

Food for Thought
7:30 pm19:30

Food for Thought

St Luke's Church, Eardley Road, Sevenoaks

'How can we welcome the Refugee?'

Domenica Pecoraro, Kent Refugee Project Officer (based in the  Diocese of Canterbury) looks at ways to respond to the humanitarian call to help refugees, asylum seekers and unaccompanied migrant minors.

7.30 (light supper) for 8pm start
More information at:



Youth Alpha starting January 2017
Mar 7

Youth Alpha starting January 2017

CTSD are running an Alpha Course for sixth-formers and other students on Tuesday evenings (7.45 – 9.00) starting January 17th 2017 and running for eight weeks. It is going to be held in the Youth Café beneath the Stag Theatre called the House in the Basement. This will start with food (free to the students) followed by a short film then a time for discussion. The Alpha course is a series of sessions exploring the Christian faith; each talk looks at a different question around faith and is designed to create conversation. 
Please encourage any sixth-formers in your church to come and to bring their friends.

We are asking that each week one church takes on the responsibility for food and drink, providing a team of 2-3 people to provide and serve simple prepared hot food (along the lines of pizza and buffet style finger food) for up to 30 people.
 We will have a clearer idea of numbers after the first one or two weeks. We would be very grateful if  churches could sign up for a Tuesday between January 17th and March 7th by contacting Nick Rowell (who is acting as catering coordinator) on 01959 522221 or, who can then provide further details of the facilities and (nearer the time) numbers.