WITTERSHAM CHURCH - ST JOHN THE BAPTIST
Wittersham Church
working in the community

We are part of a lively and caring village. As Christians in this community we welcome all people to our church St John the Baptist and aim to reach out to everyone, sharing the faith and love of Jesus Christ.
       
Coming events:-
 
June 3 Golf Day
 
Saturday June 8 BBQ 
in the Rectory Garden 12 – 5 with The Banned.

Saturday June 29th 
Strawberry Tea at Black Barn, Wittersham
2- 5.30pm 


Services in the coming weeks

 
Sunday May 19
9.00 am Holy Communion (BCP) Ebony
10,30 am Matins (BCP) Wittersham
 
Sunday May 26
10.30 am Parish Eucharist Wittersham
 
Sunday June 3
9.00 am Holy Communion (BCP) Ebony
10.30 am Parish Eucharist Wittersham

Sunday June 9
9.00 am Holy Communion (BCP) Ebony
10.00 am Active Church with breakfast rolls Wittersham

Sunday June 16
9.00 am Holy Communion (BCP) Ebony
10.30 pm Matins BCP Wittersham


The Ashford Food Bank
Please note that throughout this year we will have a box at the back of Wittersham Church for contributions for the Ashford Food Bank. Gifts can be of tins or packets of food or bath or cleaning goods.  The gifts will be taken once a month to the food bank.  Thank you once again for your generosity.


Pictures of Archbishop Justin Welby's 
visit to our church

   
 We are looking for 
(age 9 and above) 
 
Would you like to join our choir?  
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Rev Judy Darkins
The Rectory
The Street
Wittersham
Kent
TN30 7EA
01797 270227

Church Wardens
Lee Bailey 270037 
Terry Kirby 270844

Deputy Warden : 
Felicitie Sykes 270639

 
Other information
Benefice: Rother and Oxney
Parish Legal Name: Wittersham (560281 6/281) C of E Church Info: (606281 6/281)
  
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