• rotator

    1500

    fade

    5000

    274

    N

  • Thursday, 16th February 2017

    The Conservation Foundation’s tree planting programme for London’s Churches supported by the Mayor of London. Churches across London can make their neighbourhood a greener, more bee-friendly place as part of a new project supported by the Mayor of London.     

    Wednesday, 15th February 2017

    There has been a lot of work done on the house and in the garden in the last 6 months and we are now ready to welcome visitors. There was an official opening of Attic Retreats on the 4th of October and we have had our first retreatants!        
     
     

    Friday, 20th January 2017

    Thirteen new members (plus one re-joining) were enrolled into St Mary’s (Bromley) Mothers’ Union on Sunday 8th January 2017 during the morning service. The timing was particularly appropriate as the service was one of Rededication. But how did this wonderful occasion come about? 
     
     
     

    text

  • Latest Articles

    London churches to help the capital bee greener
    The Conservation Foundation’s tree planting programme for London’s Churches supported by the Mayor of London

    Attic Retreats, 65 Maidstone Road, Chatham
    There has been a lot of work done on the house and in the garden in the last 6 months and we are now ready to welcome visitors.

    Stop Loan Sharks
    Act Justly, Love Mercy, Walk Humbly. Micah 6:8

    Enrolment of New Members
    St Mary’s (Bromley) Mothers’ Union

    Kendall House Review Report
    The Rt Rev James Langstaff, Bishop of Rochester hosted a press conference at the Rochester Diocesan Office on Wednesday 13 July 2016

    latestArticles


Copyright 2015 © The Diocese of Rochester. Registered Office: St Nicholas’ Church, Boley Hill, Rochester, Kent, ME1 1SL. Registered Charity No. 249339 The Rochester Diocesan Society and Board of Finance is a company limited by guarantee. Registered in England No. 140656