Welcome to The Six
 

We are a group of six churches in the countryside between Sittingbourne and Rainham in North Kent. As Church of England parish churches for our six villages, we are here for everyone, and we would love to get to know you.

We share a vision of communicating the love of God in creative ways to those around us.

Whether you're looking for a new church, exploring faith for the first time, or just looking around, you would be very welcome to join us for one of our services, at one of our groups and activities, or just for a chat. You can find contact details for the clergy here.



Just a view of our forthcoming events:-

Reflections of Lower Halstow - 1914

In Words, Pictures, Flowers and Music
August 2nd, 3rd, 4th 

Lower Street, Halstow

St. Margaret's Church, Lower Halstow

Please join us in
church as we explore
life in the village in August 1914.

Click here for full details of the programme.


Remembering the Fallen at Newington

A Commemorative Weekend of Free Events
September 6th and 7th


St. Mary the Virgin, Newington, marks the centenary of World War One with a programme at St Mary the Virgin Church that all are welcome to attend.

Click here for full details of the programme.


The Well  - Sunday 13th July, 12:30–2:30pm.

Do come along to Newington Village Hall and enjoy a home-cooked lunch at The Well for just £3. You may like to make a note of the dates of The Well for the spring and summer months (second Sunday each month) You will be very welcome – we look forward to meeting you!

Young girl

Life is so busy these days - school, work, shopping, kids activities. The Well Our regular monthly Community Cafe, offers a really good, homecooked lunch for £3, together with activities for kids, a space for teenagers, free real coffee & cake and the Sunday papers. 

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ASPIRING BLOGGERS !

Join the conversation - being a Christian is about the whole of life, not just an hour on Sunday mornings, and our blog offers the chance to join in regular reflections on what it means to be a Christian in the modern world.

Bloggers from our churches post their thoughts, ideas, experiences and reflections and you are invited to join the conversation ould love to get to know you.

 

Jesus told his disciples to spread his message of good news to the four corners of the world, and they did what he asked of them - there are now more than 2 billion Christians in almost every country in the world. But the church looks different in each of those countries. Clare Amos, who lives in Geneva, works in the worldwide church and writes letters from the world church to give us an insight into Christian faith around the world. You can read her latest letter here.

 

 

 



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