St Michael & All Angels

Sharing God's Love


Welcome to the web site for Marden Parish Church in the heart of Kent.

Sadly the church building is currently closed, but we are trying to keep updates posted here, on Facebook (click here to view) and Instagram (mardenchurch) – please do follow us if you have these accounts.

Holy Week

For Holy Week and Easter, we invite you to join with us for a short time of prayer and reflection.

Would you like to take part in reading a dramatisation of the Passion Narrative together this evening at 6.30pm on Zoom?

Please let Sarah Emanuel know if you’d like to join in –  she will be scheduling the meeting, and will send  you an email with the link, meeting ID and password, and can explain 'Zoom' to you if you are not familiar with it. Sarah’s phone number is 01622 832925  or email here.

Praying Mask

And during this time of anxiety, we are pleased to offer you a booklet of prayers here.

dioceseSt. Michael & All Angels, at the heart of Marden village,
part of Canterbury Diocese in the Church of England.

Eco  Church Bronze Award Certificate

Church on a January Morning credit Jocey Shaw

(A Cold January morning - photo credit Jocey Shaw)

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. 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.

Message from our Church Wardens:

After the retirement of Revd Alison Duguid in February 2020, the Parish is now in interregnum.  

Please contact either Church Warden if you have any questions. Click to email: carol or graham

Carol & Graham

Church Wardens

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