St John’s, Marsh Green, welcomes you most warmly.

St John’s Church is a community gathered from Edenbridge and the nearby villages including Marsh Green itself. We offer a variety of styles of worship and include activities for a range of ages.  As a ‘Child Friendly Church’, we aim to develop a family-friendly atmosphere and to make decisions with all ages in mind.

We believe that the best guide we have to God is Jesus, who shows that the deepest meaning to life is love. 

Being part of St John’s Church enables us: to celebrate what is good in life;
to explore Jesus’ way of love through putting it into practice, worship and bible study to care for one another and the world in which we live.  St John’s has been awarded Gold Eco Church status.

Coming Up

Sunday services at 10.30 am
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  • 5 December 2021
    • Jon Dean – Family ServiceJon Dean – Family ServiceTime: 10:30 am
      Family Service led by Jon Dean and his puppets
  • 12 December 2021
    • Mark Rigby – Communion ServiceMark Rigby – Communion ServiceTime: 10:30 am
      Sunday Worship led by Mark Rigby
      from Tonbridge URC. Service to include

  • 19 December 2021
    • Nativity ServiceNativity ServiceTime: 10:30 am

We aim to be covid safe.

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Latest News

Advent Fair

Saturday 20th November was Marsh Green URC’s annual advent fair. A huge thank you to all those people who worked so hard preparing for the advent fair and to those people who came and spent their money so generously. Over £600 has been raised which is an incredible amount in the present circumstances.

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Harvest Newsletter

The latest ‘Harvest’ edition of St John’s URC Marsh Green News Letter is hot off the press! Features include: Graham’s final ‘Minister’s Letter’ Up coming services during October and November Requests for assistance Harvest colouring competition entries and lots more Please click on the link below to see the latest news letter. MARSH-GREEN-HARVEST-2021-NEWSLETTER-1 Download

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Harvest Festival – 3rd October

There was a full church of adults and children to celebrate Harvest. It was a lively inclusive service on the theme of ‘Pulling together’, illustrated by the children, acting out the story of ‘The Enormous Turnip’, trying to pull up a large ‘turnip’ together. It was a final small mouse which made all the difference. […]

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