The church will be taking part in Faversham Society's Open House between 10 am and 5 pm each Saturday. Please note that there are weddings on the afternoons of Saturday 13 and 20 July, and we would ask visitors to respect this and plan visits to avoid the church between 1.30 - 3.30 pm.
Faversham Music Club's workshops for 16 - 25 year olds and Trevor Pinnock Gala Concert will be taking place during the day, with the evening concert will feature the second performance of a new arrangement of Bruckner on harpsichord. Further details on ticket prices and availability to follow.
The Pirates of Poole
will be visiting St Mary of Charity at around noon on 9 March to visit the final resting place of the renowned pirate Harry Paye. Originally a native of Poole in Dorset, Harry Paye was the scourge of the French and Spanish fleets until his death, in Faversham, around 1419. Harry Paye once captured enough brandy to get the whole of the town of Poole drunk for a week! For more information on Harry Paye, see his page
on the Built to InSpire website or visit the Pirates of Poole
(for photographs of last year's visit, click on this
The Faversham Choral Society, along with the Society's Youth Choir will be performing Karl Jenkins' The Armed Man; a mass for peace as their Spring Concert at St Mary of Charity at 7.30 pm.
The Choral will be joined by the Maidstone Wind Symphony and the soprano is Marion Wyllie.
Tickets are available in advance from Carter's in Market Place, or at the door on the night. £10 each, under 16's free.