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.


 Christian Library Service - 
For several years, under church auspices we have been taking childrens’ Christian books into the schools at Upchurch, Lower Halstow and Newington. This is under the ‘umbrella’ of the Church. We now have the opportunity of going into Hartlip school from September. However, to do this we need more books and some more help with visits. We go into the schools on a monthly basis, during term time, for approximately one hour during the lunch time period.

If anyone could offer their services in any way -
childrens’ Christian books, cash to buy books, and most of all, ‘time’ to go into the schools, contact
Jan Lacy 
01634 366729 or jan.lacy@talktalk.net


Stephen Plumb, Church Missioner in Iwade, ordained deacon

Revd Stephen PlumbSteve Plumb was ordained by Bishop Trevor at Canterbury Cathedral at 11am on Saturday 4th July. 

On Sunday 5th July at 10.45 am, there will be a special celebration service at Iwade, followed by a bring and share lunch, to which all are invited. We all join in congratulating Stephen, as he prepares for his forthcoming ordination.




New Curate Mark Ham Joins The Six 


Mark Ham Curate

The Reverend Mark Ham has joined The Six as a curate in training. He lives in Upchurch Vicarage, and is part of the Ministry Team. He was ordained deacon in June 2014, and will be ordained priest at Newington church on 6th December (time to be announced). 

Mark was brought up near Dartford, and has lived in Faversham for many years. He studied Political Theory at the University of Sheffield and he worked for the NHS in Kent for 25 years, most recently in strategic planning. He left the NHS for training at Ripon College, Cuddesdon. He is single, with interests in cookery, world music, photography and the outdoor life. 




Scenes from our joint Open Air Pentecost Service - in the orchard next to St Mary's Newington

Julian celebrates communion

Open air worship








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

Newington Village Hall

Do come along to  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. 


Jesus told his disciples to spread his message of goond share lunch, to which all ae 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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