We have an exciting guest speaker this week, Rev Canon Jean Kerr, Diocesan Director of Mission & Community Engagement and St Gabriel’s friend, will continue our Lords Prayer series, exploring the part of the Lords prayer ‘Your Kingdom come, Your will be done, on earth as in Heaven’. Jean is a renowned for her spiritual insights and great biblical speaking, and this will be the last time Jean will be speaking at St Gabriel’s before she retires in August.
We look forward to welcoming you on Sunday, 9.30am at the Discovery school.
We enjoyed joining the community celebrating the Queens 90th Birthday. Over 90 free crowns were decorated by children from across Kings Hill and even some of the most senior members of the Cricket club were seen sporting one of our crowns for some of the afternoon.
Look out for our stall and flags at other community events over the year and come and find our more about the Church of England on Kings Hill.
This Sunday we start a new series exploring one of the most famous prayers in the world, come and find out more
Did you see our new flags?
We had a great day meeting friends new and old at the annual Fun on the Hill Event. There were prizes and opportunity to make prayer bracelets.
Look out for the flags over the summer at other community events and times and come and say Hi and find out more about our growing Church on Kings Hill.
We are pleased to be hosting the Diocese of Rochester’s Children’s and Young people’s Festival at Kings Hill School this Summer. Full details can be found here
This Sunday is our AGM, come along to find out more about the life of St Gabriel’s. You can read a little bit of what we’ve been up to by Downloading our report of the last 6 months.
We look forward to seeing you there.
We have some great services for all the family over Easter.
Good Friday there will be an interactive service with things to make and do.
On Easter morning come and celebrate the Risen Christ with us, at our family Communion service, starting with coffee and cake.