Kents Hill: Christ the King, Kents Hill
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We are an Ecumenical Church with a building shared between our Ecumenical Congregation and a Catholic congregation.
The Ecumenical Congregation is a partnership between the Anglican, Baptist, Methodist and United Reform churches. Ecumenical means that people here are from all sorts of traditions and church backgrounds, and indeed some are people who have just found Jesus and want to be with others who know Him and Love Him.
Both congregations have flourishing children's churches and in the summer holidays a 'Holiday Club' is usually organised which is open to all local children. The Church has close links with our local Parish Council, and local schools.
The Church building was purpose built in 1993 and has all the facilities you would expect from a modern building. A community centre is attached to the church and used by the congregations at various times during the week. It is used by a large number of visiting groups and a few other churches make use of it's 'full immersion' baptistry pool from time to time.
The church layout is 'in the round' and an additional room called the 'Narthex' is fully glazed on the church side, allowing full view of all proceedings and particularly the baptistery pool area. There are a number of meeting or 'break-out' rooms for a number of purposes.
We welcome all our visitors whether you know your way around a church, or have never set foot in one before. We want you to find God here in all his wonders and glory.
See our website for further details and events, or give our Minister a call or drop her an e-mail, especially if you are new to the area.
We welcome you to our church fellowship, and look forward to meeting you.
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