Welcome to the website of St Mary of Charity - the parish church of Faversham
For the past year, St Mary of Charity has been in an interregnum which means that our Priest-in-Charge (our Vicar) left and we were in the process of looking for another person to fill this role. This was an exciting time for us!
Our new Priest-in-charge, Rev Simon Rowlands was Licensed and Installed on Tuesday, 12 February by Bishop Trevor Willmott, the Bishop of Dover in Canterbury.
St Mary of Charity has a diverse, interesting and lively group of people who gather regularly and not only worship but support and care for each other and our beautiful church - the largest parish church in Kent.
Please come and visit St Mary of Charity if you are in Faversham - it holds many surprises and we'd be happy to see you!
Information for visitors and those wishing to attend services may be found on the links on the right. There are more pages in this site than tabs appearing on this front page, once you are 'inside' the site you will be able to see them all! If you wish to visit for a specific reason on a particular date, please contact the Parish Administrator or Churchwardens who will ensure that you will be able to access the church. Church closures are shown on the 'News and Events' tab.
If you are planning a visit as a guide with a group, please contact the administrator in advance to ensure that your visit does not clash with any other activities. When visiting, please ensure that you close the door behind you on entering and leaving.
St Mary of Charity, the parish church of Faversham