Church Services – Easter 2021

Saint Anselm’s Roman Catholic Church

Those wishing to attend MUST book 01892 825009 or

Services will be live streamed on the Facebook page “Saint Anselm’s Roman Catholic Church”

Maundy Thursday

9:30am  Low Mass with reflection (quiet service)

8pm Mass of the Lord’s supper (busy service)

Good Friday

10am Children’s stations of the cross

11am. Good Friday meditation (quiet service)

3pm  Good Friday liturgy (busy service)

Holy Saturday

10am – 12pm confessions

8pm  Easter Vigil 

Easter Sunday 

8am Mass of the dawn

9:15am solemn Mass of Easter Day

11am sung mass of Easter Day

Pembury Baptist Church

Services will be live streamed on Facebook and YouTube @PemburyBaptistChurch 

Good Friday

11am Good Friday Service – live-streamed on YouTube and Facebook

Easter Sunday

Drawing of Baptist church

Patrick Gillan has been busy making a short film retelling the Easter story in a contemporary setting. This time the events we are all familiar with take place in Tunbridge Wells and not in the Holy land which fits perfectly in this era of travel bans. Celebrity guests, lots of laughter, the local police and something to think about are all in the film. Join us on Sunday 4th April 10am on YouTube and Facebook.

For more info contact the church, or call 01892 825590.

St Peter’s Church

Maundy Thursday (1st April)

8.00 pm                Zoom service

8.00 pm                Holy Communion in the Upper Church

9.00 pm                “The Watch” in the Upper Church

Good Friday (2nd April)

10.00 am             Zoom Service

2.00 pm                “The Last Hour” in the Old Church

Easter Day (4th April)

10.00 am             Zoom Service

10.00 am             Easter Communion at the Upper Church

11.30 am             Easter Communion (BCP) at the Old Church

“The Watch” on Maundy Thursday is a service of quiet prayer in semi-darkness, with short passages of Scripture, recalling Jesus’ time of prayer in the Garden of Gethsemane before his arrest. The Zoom service on Good Friday morning will be suitable for all ages. “The Last Hour” is a service of guided meditations and music, remembering the events surrounding Jesus’ death on the cross.

The zoom orders of service and joining instructions for Maundy Thursday and Good Friday and Easter are happily supplied on request.