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  • Thursday, 8th December 2016

    We often hear the question ‘Do people today really understand what Christmas is really about?’  If you visit Rochester Cathedral before 24 January 2017, you will find out that the children in our Church schools all around the Diocese know exactly what Christmas is all about.  With a simple plastic hoop, schools from every part of the Diocese have created a set of twelve Nativity mobiles to hang in the Cathedral to remind us all what is most important about Christmas. 
     

    Wednesday, 7th December 2016

    On Sunday afternoon (4 December) the congregation, including the Deputy Mayor and Mayoress, Bishop James, the Archdeacon of Rochester the Ven Simon Burton-Jones and other representatives of the civic community, have gathered to celebrate the Celebration of the Centenary of St Augustine’s Church, Gillingham. Read more...
     
     

    Monday, 5th December 2016

    Christ Church Orpington celebrated the 40th anniversary of the licensing of its Reader Mr Gordon Holt. In honour of his faithful service to the parish and the deanery, The Rev’d Jay Colwill made a presentation in the main act of worship.  Gordon and his wife Joy were warmly thanked for their shared ministry over more than four decades. Read more...
     
     
     
     
     
     

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