At Christ Church, there are multiple services every Sunday with different styles and emphases:
|Traditional service with Holy Communion and hymns. More In addition there is a 10:30am communion every Thursday.||Informal service with separate babies/children/youth groups and prayer offered afterwards. More There is Holy Communion on the first Sunday of the month and children return for this.||Relaxed service with contemporary worship and practical teaching. More Join us at 5:45pm when the cafe opens for refreshments.|
All service dates and times are on our events calendar.
How do I find the church?
Christ Church Chislehurst is located in the heart of Chislehurst close to Chislehurst railway station and the Chislehurst Caves. For directions to the church, click here.
Is there plenty of parking?
There's parking in front of the church (including two disabled bays), and another small car park downhill in Porrington Close. Parking in the road is possible, though at very busy services you may have a bit of a walk as we need to leave plenty of space either side of neighbours' drives.
Is there disabled access to the Church?
All areas in the Church Centre can be reached by those with special access needs: there are ramps, a lift and toilets either end of the Centre with wide doors (these toilets also have baby change facilities). There's also a hearing loop as part of our sound system.
What should I wear?
When you come to Christ Church, we want you to feel comfortable and at ease.
You will see adults and children wearing everything from jeans and t-shirts to suits and ties so please don't feel you need to "dress up"; just come as you are.
What happens when I arrive?
When you arrive you will be welcomed by one of our members.
The layout of the church makes it easy to get around and there are always plenty of people who will be happy to help you find your way. Don't be afraid to ask; it's a great way to meet people.
There are no reserved seats so feel free to sit wherever you feel most comfortable.
During the All-Age Celebration which starts at 10.45am, there's a separate programme depending on age:
|Babies and toddlers under 3 (ages 0-3)||Gems (Kidz Church)|
|3-reception (ages 3-5)||Pebbles (Kidz Church)|
|School years 1-2 (ages 5-7)||Rock Solid (Kidz Church)|
|School years 3-5 (ages 7-10)||Boulder Gang (Kidz Church)|
|Years 6-13 (ages 11-18)||Engage|
Do I need to bring any money?
During the service we take up an offering from our regular congregation towards the ongoing work of the church and our support of mission and Christian compassion.
Please do not feel obliged to contribute if you are visiting. However, if you do decide to give to the work of Christ Church you can place cheques or cash donations in the collection boxes near the entrances, or place your gifts in the collection bags during the service. If you are a UK tax payer, please place your gift in one of our yellow envelopes found on the Welcome Desk. If you would like to give regularly, there are further details on our Financial Giving page.
What if want to receive prayer?
If you would like someone to pray with you about any issue, make your way to the front of the church at the end of the 10:45am service. If you would like someone to listen and pray with you in confidence at any time please contact Dave Johnston or Penny Russell Ross.
What happens after the service?
We serve coffee, tea and biscuits after the services, where there's a chance to chat, visit our book shop and look at other displays.
How do I stay updated with what is happening outside the service times?
What if I want to find out more?
If you have any further questions, please contact Dave Johnston.