A warm welcome

Welcome to St. Peter and St. Paul's Church, in the parish of Aylesford and Eccles in Kent. As a church we are a mix of friendly people from different backgrounds but united in wanting to grow in the Christian faith. We question our faith, learn from each other and enjoy being together. As a Church of England parish church we are here for everyone in the parish - but unfortunately unable to gather freely in the building, right now. 

19th July 2021 - please bear with us as we work out how best to respond to the changing guidance. We will publish details of changes in church life within the next week or so.


Once again we can open for Sunday worship. Please book to attend in person, or you can join in via Zoom. The building remains open for private prayer from 10am to 3pm on Wednesdays and Saturdays.

Services, Christenings, Weddings and Funerals

All Services, including ChristeningsWeddings and Funerals can now go ahead, up to the safe capacity of the church building. Please enquire.

Pastoral Care

Our team of pastoral carers is in touch with many isolating, lonely and vulnerable people. If you are lonely, worried or need some practical (non-contact) help and would like to talk with someone then please call Janet 01622 710083 (Authorised Pastoral Assistant) or Ruth 01622 717434 (Vicar). 

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Please don't hesitate to contact us with any questions.

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Life at Church

What’s On

Fri 6 Aug 2021 8:30am
Common Worship Morning Prayer with time for sharing and prayer about any news and concerns. Held by Zoom. Everyone is welcome. Please email Aline for the link.
Sat 7 Aug 2021 10:00am
Food Bank open for collection of pre-arranged food parcels. Please see the Food Bank page for more information, including how to get food if you need it.
Sat 7 Aug 2021 11:00am
Sun 8 Aug 2021 8:00am
Please book a place in church with Aline. Email or 07771 636872.
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“Being part of St Peter and St Paul's is wonderful. It’s like having an extended family where everyone looks after each other.”
Pam Storr