We are a thriving Anglican church in the heart of Tunbridge Wells town centre, only a stone’s throw away from the town’s famous Pantiles shopping parade. We welcome people from all walks of life to join in our church life, with activities for families, children and young people.
In our church you will find a place to be still and contemplate, a chance to grow in faith through prayer and liturgy, services of Christian worship enhanced by beautiful music, and a friendly welcome into our growing church family. Our church is open to all.
Whether you are here because you want to find out about the Church and its activities, or you want to know more about its fascinating history and architecture, or you have arrived here by accident, I hope that you will find something to interest you.
As the oldest building in Tunbridge Wells, built to serve the needs of visitors to the chalybeate spring nearby, King Charles the Martyr has seen many changes in its near 450 years of life. Today, as part of the Anglican Diocese of Rochester, its provides a home to a lively Christian community that seeks to serve those who live and work around it, and to be open and welcoming to all wherever they feel they are in terms of the Christian faith. Do visit us if you are in Tunbridge Wells.
The Church is usually open from 11am to 3pm, apart from on Sundays when it is open at service times only.
Please visit www.kcmtw.org for more details.