St Peter & St Paul, Yalding
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We are a friendly parish church, serving a semi-rural village in West Kent. Our congregation is made up of Christians from both Anglican and free church traditions. We try to provide something for all.
Worship in Yalding is mainly based on the Common Worship Eucharist, usually accompanied by a robed choir. We hold an informal Communion service each month for those comfortable with a more modern style, and also a monthly BCP Communion for those enjoying traditional language.
We have developed thriving Junior and Youth sections, perhaps as a result of having two Church of England primary schools located in the parish - with a third primary school in the other parish of the benefice.
Sunday School for up to 12 years takes place during the main Sunday service and operates in term time, often with 20 or 30 children in three age groups. The Cyclones Youth Group, for those at secondary school, meet at St Mary’s Laddingford fortnightly on Sunday afternoons. Both groups work hard together on our annual children’s Fun Weekend in spring or early summer. In addition to all this we have a Little Fishes group for the very young, run by our Mothers’ Union.
There has been a church in Yalding since the 12th century. Our church was much re-ordered in Victorian times. Since building works in 2002 we now have modern soundproofed meeting rooms, a servery and toilet facilities, all located within the church building.
If you need further information on baptisms or weddings, please contact the vicar as a first step.
Come and visit us – you’ll be welcome!
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