Events at the church

Mary-Jess returns to Penshurst Church

Fri 14th December 2018

Friday 14th December 2018 7pm start (with optional ‘meet and greet’ from 6pm) For those of

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4-11 November Armistice Centenary Week in the church

Sun 11th November 2018

4-11 November : Armistice Centenary Week in the church featuring the re-installation of the origi

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The Last Rector at Penshurst?

Tue 18th September 2018

The Last Rector of Penshurst? An important update Last year Penshurst News warned that Rev. Tom H

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Book Penshurst Church

If you would like to arrange a religious ceremony, please contact:

The Reverend Tom Holmes: 01892 870316

 

If you would like to use the church for an exhibition or other event please contact:

Mrs Margaret Atkins: penshurstchurch@gmail.com

Weddings & Events

Penhurst Church

St John the Baptist Church at Penshurst plays host to many important community celebrations and events including weddings, baptisms, memorials and exhibitions.

Weddings at Penshurst Church

Exhibitions at Penshurst Church

Weddings

2018 wedding booking form

We are pleased to celebrate many weddings at St. John the Baptist church, which is situated next door to Penshurst Place.  If you think that you might like to be married in this beautiful and historic church, the first step is to ring our rector, the Rev. Tom Holme, to discuss it with him on 01892 870316.

Blessings

It is possible to have a service of prayer and dedication at St John the Baptist Penshurst after a civil ceremony. There are no legal requirements for this service.

 

Baptisms

Baptism for babies and children takes place in a service often called a Christening. In this service parents thank God for his gift of life, make a decision to start their child on a journey of faith and godparents promise help and support. The church also promises to welcome the child and to pray for the family.

 

Memorial services

A Christian Funeral is a time when we pause before the mystery of death and life. Funerals are an expression of faith in our salvation, resurrection and eternal life. As such, we come to worship God and rejoice in the new life he has given us beyond death. We also gather to thank God for the gift given to us in the person of the deceased.

Events & Exhibitions

Besides the traditional church ceremonies St John the Baptist also has many historic features interest that attract passing visitors. We have an area with exhibition easels that can be used for pastoral purposes, such as artistic and musical events, gatherings, choirs and other community functions.

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