Sharing God's Love
Welcome to the web site for Marden Parish Church in the heart of Kent.
WELCOME TO OUR NEW VICAR
The Reverend Nicky Harvey, previously Assistant Curate at St. Mary's Hadlow, Kent, and on secondment to the Benefice of Mereworth, Wateringbury and West Peckham, Kent, has now been licensed to St Michael and All Angels, Marden. You can view the recorded service here:
Please pray for Revd Nicky as she settles into her new home and parish.
Marden Church is open on Sunday mornings for a Service of Holy Communion at 8.00am and a Service of Morning Prayer at 10.30am.
Unfortunately the Church is not currently open for private prayer until further notice.
It is now mandatory for face coverings to be worn by all those attending the Church for a service. ( As long as they are able to be socially distanced, those leading, reading, preaching and leading intercessions do not need to wear a face mask while they do so).
Please read our Church Wardens' letter here to find out more.
Our Weekly Wednesday Facebook Service will now be led by our Vicar, The Revd Nicky Harvey. To find out more please click here
The Live Evening Sunday Service via Zoom will also now be led by our Vicar. To find out more please click here
St. Michael & All Angels, at the heart of Marden village,
part of the Weald Deanery, and in the Canterbury
Diocese in the Church of England.
Our Mission Statement
To share God's love
– in worshipping together
– in learning and growing together
– in service to others
You will see on this website information about the many activities of the church in the parish and beyond. Church is not just about Sundays; God loves us all, and we are part of the community every day of the week. During 'normal' times we offer a variety of services for people of all ages, both contemporary and traditional in style. Whether you have been a Christian for ages, have not been to church for years or simply want to ask more, you will find a very warm welcome.
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