Welcome to All Saints Brenchley



8.00am Every Sunday Book of Common Prayer Holy Communion. First Sunday of each month 
16.00 Evening Prayer. 

Main Sunday services are at 10am unless stated.   

(HC) = Holy Communion;  
(CC) = Children’s Church at the school (drop off at 9.50am.) Communions in church. 
Fourth Sundays 10am + Laying on of Hands for Healing. 

We encourage EVERYONE to join an afternoon or evening Home Study Group to explore in fellowship together the Good News of Jesus Christ! Just ask the Vicar, Campbell, for more information and timings.


  • 5      Family Service (HC)                       Theme: ‘Baptised into Christ’
  • 12    Family Service (HC)(CC)                Theme: ‘Which Way, which Truth, which Life?’
  • 19   ‘The Third Sunday Service’ (CC)  A service to invite friends and question the preacher
  • 26    Family Service (HC) (CC)               Theme: ‘Truth unique, universal, unfailing’


  • 2       Café Church at Matfield Village Hall   
  • 9       Family Service (HC) (CC)               Theme: ‘Truth to share’
  • 16     ‘The Third Sunday Service’          Theme: ‘Truth at odds with ‘the world’’
  • 23     Family Service (HC)                       Theme: ‘Truth despised’


  • 1        Café Church at Matfield Village Hall
  • 8        Family Service (HC) (CC)              Theme: ‘Truth which divides’
  • 15      ‘Third Sunday Service’ (CC)         Theme: ‘Consider the lilies’
  • 22      Family Service (HC)  ‘Mothering Sunday’  Theme: Truth that protects’
  • 29      Joint Service here together with Horsmonden Matfield and Lamberhurst


  • 5         Family Service (HC)                      Theme: Palm Sunday: ‘Fallen and fickle’
  • 12       Family Service (HC)                      Theme: Easter day: ‘He is risen indeed!’
  • 19       ‘The Third Sunday Service’           
  • 26       Family Service (HC) (CC)              Theme: ‘Appearances can be deceptive!’

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Baby and Toddler Services on Tuesdays 9.45am and Thursdays 1.45pm                            Monthly Prayer Meetings in the church 2030 - 2115 on last Monday in the month.              Home Study Groups see Notice Sheet or our WEBSITE 

For more info: Vicar 01892-722140

Baby and Toddler Service dates to Easter
All pre-school children with their parents, grandparents, nannies, minders most welcome to join us for singing, jumping, praying, eating, and making new friends. Bring a friend. 722140 for more info.

Tuesdays 1045 - 12 noon 

Thursdays 1.45 – 3pm


  • Thurs 9 and 23
  • Tues 14 and 28

N.B. On 23 and 28 Henrietta and Campbell will be away but Mike King our Youth Worker will be there. Please could someone volunteer each of those dates to do refreshments. Only need to bring milk and cake/biscuits


  • Thurs 6 (We don’t meet in Half Term – 14 – 24 Feb)
  • Tues 11 and 25


  • Thurs 5 and 19
  • Tues 10 and 31
  • Term ends Wed 1 April begins Mon 20 April


  • Tues 21 and Thurs 30

1. Please tell your friends about ‘B and T’
2. Let us know if you can bring a homemade cake or biscuits

Happy New Year!

Campbell and Henrietta

P.S. Bring a friend
p.p.s. Bring a cake..but let us know the week before!

We are a church family situated in Brenchley, an historic village in West Kent.
Whilst we are a traditional church on the whole, we embrace the idea that progress is as important as history! The biblical Gospel is preached and taught here. You are most welcome to join us on a Sunday or feel free to contact us.

Our typical Sunday services are as follows:

Main Sunday Services
8am     Holy Communion (BCP)
10am   Family Eucharist
Junior Church (ages 4-11) meets at the school hall from 0950 and joins main service later—during term time only, except for 1st Sundays when we gather together for Café Church.
Supervised crèche for under 4’s is at the church.

Additional/Special Sunday Services

1st Sundays    10am  Café Church

6.30pm Sung Evensong
2nd Sundays   9am   Matins
4th Sundays  10am Laying on of Hands for Healing
10.45am         Holy Communion (BCP)

** Please note that our marriage, burial and baptism records only go back to 1908. For earlier records you must contact The County Archives in Maidstone at The Town Hall.