St Augustine, Gillingham
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The congregation at St. Augustine's looks to be a place of welcome and hospitality to all who come through its doors.
Our main Sunday worship is 10.00am followed by refreshments and conversation. We are friendly group of worhippers and you will not feel alone if you would like to come and see what goes on.
We also have a quiet reflective service for about 40minutes on Thursday mornings at 9.30am and the church is open most days for Morning Prayer at 9.00am (9.30am Saturday) and Evening Prayer at 5.00pm
We are celebrating Harvest Thanksgiving this year with a "cake bake" . Please bring entries on Friday 29th 6pm-8pm & Saturday 30th September 8.00am - 9.00am. For enquires please email: email@example.com
Our worship for Harvest will be on Sunday 1st October at 10.00am and will be supporting this year Water Aid.
Remembrance Sunday is 12th November 2017 and there will be a Service of Remebrance at 10.00am, concluding with an Act of Remembrance at 10.50am
We are also open to receive applications for Baptism or Christenings and Weddings. We hold a meet/greet bookings hour on Thursday evenings in church between 7.30pm - 8.45pm so just turn up and we'd be pleased to help you.
Did you know that everybody is welcome to hold a funeral service in church? Don't be afraid to ask, even if a cremation/burial would take place afterwards. Often a service in church can accomodate more people but there is no limit on time, so it can feel unrushed meeting the needs of the bereaved. Please do enquire, but initailly the close family would appraoch the funeral director and ask for a church service.
In the coming years we are keen to welcome new members and grow our congregation so perhaps the Lord is calling you to join us.
We look forward to seeing you.
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Assistance dogs (eg guide dogs, hearing dogs, dogs for the disabled) welcome
Emmaus Adult Courses will be offered in the autumn of 2017 for adult nurture and suport
Foodbank or foodbank collection point
|We have two venues available for hire, both at very reasonable rates. The Shaw Memorial Hall, the larger of the two has a maximum capacity of 120 people; it has a Stage, fully fitted kitchen and toilets including disabled facilities.Our Church Room is more suited to smaller groups, but still has full toilet facilites and a small kitchen area.For further details please contact the vicar on 01634 850288.|
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