Church of England Diocese of Canterbury Boughton Monchelsea

About Us

St Peter's with Junction is the church community at the heart of Boughton Monchelsea. Together we worship and explore what it means to follow Jesus Christ and share his hope. We are a church family of all ages, backgrounds and situations in life, and so. whoever you are, we welcome you and would like to think you can find a home amongst us. We have two congregations within close proximity where we offer  different styles of service in which to pursue, our worship of God together, our commitment to learning about the Bible as God's word as well as a desire to share this with others.

There are two services at St Peter's:

An 8:00am service on the 2nd and 4th Sunday's this is a Book of Common Prayer Communion service, which is quiet and meditative.

At 10.15, There is a lively service in a friendly family atmosphere where all ages come together to worship. Tea and coffee are served afterwards. Holy Communion is usually celebrated on 2nd and 4th Sundays of the month.

Junction Our 11:00 service is our most informal, Bacon Rolls, Tea and coffee are served as people come in. the Teaching is often Informal, and worship is usually led by a band. Many who come are students and young adults.  This service is held in the Village Hall on Church Street. opposite the primary school.

SAFEGUARDING

We take safeguarding seriously

We want children/ youth and vulnerable people including adults to be fully protected from inappropriate behaviour or remarks, as well as protected from any potential exploitation.

We need to be watchful over any activity that is in anyway connected with St Peters or Junction Church at any time of the week, whether an official activity or not.

If you are concerned about any issues concerning Junction or St Peters Church involving either children/ Youth and vulnerable people; Please contact one of the following:-

PARISH SAFEGUARDING OFFICER & CHURCH WARDEN

Anne Norris

[email protected]

01622 745115

CHURCH WARDEN

Nick Willoughby

[email protected]

01622 761790

Alternatively you may wish to report a concern, or read about safeguarding @

https://www.churchofenglad.org/more/safeguarding