St Martin's, Aldington

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Welcome to St Martin's.  Rev Martin Jones has been Licensed with primary responsibility for St Martin's and it's great to be led by him and enjoy worship with his extended family.

We would like to offer a warm welcome to you should you decide to visit our church

St Martin's is an ancient building with a young at heart congregation.

We love and worship the Lord Jesus and He is central to all that we do.

We celebrate Holy Communion twice a month and our emphasis is on enabling families to worship together. We welcome all ages from our youngest,who enjoy the creche facilities through the children, who meet together for their own activities during the service, to our oldest members who appreciate the cushions in the pews.

We celebrate the fact that each of us has been given a gift which God requires us to use, and to that end many people take part in the services each week. Our music group leads our worship and we sing a mixture of modern contemporary songs as well as older traditional hymns.

We offer prayer ministry before and after the service, and have seen the Lord answer our prayers for which we give Him praise.

We serve tea and coffee after each service to enable us to meet together and welcome visitors.

The building is beautiful and dates to Saxon times. It has been added to over the centuries and isn't always conducive to 21st century worship but we do our best to join our worship with the millions who have worshipped here down the ages.

Our children's ministry happens on Friday evenings at 7pm in Aldington Village Hall when Thank Goodness It's Friday meet. This is divided into 2 groups, Furnace for school years 6-8 and Ignite for years 9+.

Furnace  has an emphasis on fun and learning more about Jesus, who He is and why following Him is important.

Ignite is for older teenager and encourages them to use their gifts to help others.

The first Sunday in the month is a more relaxed service around messy church to which all familes are welcome.  It is a slightly shorter service again finishing with tea and coffee.

A warm welcome awaits you, come and join us as we worship the Lord and give Him the glory for all He is doing in us and through us.


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Rev, Martin Jones
The Rectory
Roman Road
Aldington Kent
TN25 7EE
01233721986 (Vicar) or 01233 720410 (Patricia Jupp Administrator)

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We meet together for worship each week unless otherwise stated. We celebrate Holy Communion on the 2nd and 4th week. The children have their own time during the service where they learn, sing and have fun. there is a creche in the church where parents, babies and toddlers can meet together. Everyone is welcome whatever their age.
Every Sunday at 10:45 AM
Creche Sunday School Refreshments


Breathing Space
An hour of quiet meditation to spend in prayer or reading. Refreshments available. People to pray with if you ask
Every Monday at 1:00 PM for 1 hour
Evening Prayers
Half an hour of reflection finishing with Evening Prayer
Every Monday at 7:00 PM for 1 hour


Pub church
A group meet each Wednesday in the Walnut Public House during term time to explore the Christian message and encourage one another in their faith.
Every Wednesday at 9:30 AM for 1 hour
If My People
Held at The church of the Good Shepherd Hamstreet 5 week course on prayer starting 31st May 2017 Led by Rev Martin Jones
Every Wednesday at 7:30 PM for 2 minutes



Wheelchair accessible toilets

Designated wider space(s) for people with a disabled parking badge

Assistance dogs (eg guide dogs, hearing dogs, dogs for the disabled) welcome
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A Church Near You ID (venue number): 12103
Built: From Saxon to 19th Century
Style of worship: Open Evangelical
Our Patron: Archbishop of Canterbury
Archdeaconry: Ashford (563)
Deanery: Romney and Tenterden (56305)
Benefice: The Saxon Shoreline (06/208DT)
Parish Legal Name: Aldington (560247 )
CofE Church Info: (606247 6/247)
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The current editor is: Patricia Jupp

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This page was last updated on Friday 19th May 2017
St Martin's : Church Lane, Aldington, Kent, TN257EF

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