Quiet Days
Oct
8
to Nov 12

Quiet Days

Opportunities to lay aside everyday pressures and enjoy God’s presence.

St George’s Church, Weald, TN14 6LT, is holding Quiet Days once a month on the second Tuesday of the month in the church. During the day there are three short talks, led by a different speaker each month, to help guide reflections; there are quiet times for relaxing and for listening to God or for receiving prayer, or maybe taking a walk, and there are times to worship and pray together with a short time of opening worship and a midday communion service. All are welcome to attend.
Quiet Days start at 10am with refreshments and finish at 3.30pm.  There is no charge for the day but donations are welcomed. Hot and cold drinks, cake and biscuits are freely available throughout the day but please bring a packed lunch. There is a car park next to the church.

The next two Quiet Days are:  
Tuesday 8th October 2019
Led by Rev Ren Harding ‘Growing into Spiritual Maturity – Learning from Walter Hilton’

 Tuesday 12th November 2019
Led by Canon Don Laurie ‘Broken and Mended – This is Our Story’

 To book to attend or to find out more please contact Shirley Hayes – shirleyhayesis@hotmail.com   or Ros Hollamby – thehollambys@live.co.uk

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A Turbulent Priest
Oct
19
6:30 PM18:30

A Turbulent Priest

A musical by James Cary and James Sheridan

This is a retelling the medieval bromance in sketch and song between Henry 11 and Thomas Becket that ended in more than tears!

St Bartholomew’s Church, Otford, TN14 5PD

Tickets including canapes and wine reception to follow, £12 (main aisle) £8 (side aisle - restricted view)
Box office: 01959 524304 or online at www.omc.org.uk

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Today's LGBTQ Challenge
Nov
8
8:00 PM20:00

Today's LGBTQ Challenge

St Luke’s Food for Thought Evening

Speaker: Dr Lori Bisbey, psychologist and experienced practitioner in helping people understand sexuality and gender issues facing them and their families.

The talk will look at the complexities of this subject and the questions held by many of us – such as simple definitions to the difficulties of how to educate our young and the impact of gender dysphoria on the existing sex discrimination law. 

St Luke’s Church Hall, Eardley Road, TN13 1XT, 7.30pm for light refreshments, 8.00pm start.

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Advent Carol Service
Dec
1
6:30 PM18:30

Advent Carol Service

At The Drive Methodist Church

Singers are invited to join an ecumenical choir who will be practising at 4.00pm on the day. Please contact Valerie Ruddle at valruddle7@hotmail.co.uk if you would lke to take part.

Singers 4.30pm
Congregation 6.30pm
At The Drive Methodist Church, The Drive, Sevenoaks

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An Evening of Live Jazz
Sep
14
7:00 PM19:00

An Evening of Live Jazz

with internationally renowned trumpet player Raul D’Oliveira

Darent Valley Community Church, Anthony Roper School, High Street, Eynsford, DA4 0AA

Admission is strictly by free of charge ticket. Voluntary contributions can be made on the night.
To book tickets please contact Graham Rixon on 01322 864508 or grahamrixon@btinternet.com

Tickets are limited and offered on a first come first served basis.

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Ecumenical Evening Services during August
Aug
4
to Aug 25

Ecumenical Evening Services during August

Joint Churches Services

All these evening services are at 6.30pm at St Luke’s Church, Eardley Road, TN13 1XT.


August 4          Holy Communion, led by St Luke’s

August 11        Led by St John’s URC and SAYT (Sevenoaks Area Youth Trust)

August 18        Led by The Drive Methodist

August 25        Led by St Mary’s Kippington

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