Welcome to Saint Augustine’s, the parish church for Slade Green. We are a diverse community of people who strive to live out the Christian faith in our daily lives. We gather for worship each Sunday and engage in other activities during the week. We are part of the Church of England and in the Diocese of Rochester.
St Augustine’s is an Inclusive Church and is open to all. Our main objective is to encourage everyone to discover and develop a faith in the Lord Jesus Christ. We do this through our sermons, study groups, pastoral care and community engagement, endeavouring always to make the Christian faith relevant and accessible to all.
For over a century the people of Slade Green have come to Saint Augustine’s to celebrate key events in their lives. Babies have been baptised, couples have exchanged vows and become husband and wife, and loved ones have been brought into church for their funerals. These key ceremonies continue to this day and we encourage you to include Saint Augustine’s in your family’s life events.
It is our desire to share God’s love to all who live within the parish and we hope you will wish to join us in that aim.
If you would like to support our work and feel able to make a donation please click on the DONATE HERE button at the base of this page. Thank you.
If you are intested in hiring the church hall please call Victor 07901821103. Please note the hall is not availble during the week.
A foodbank operates from the church hall which is situated behind the church. It is open on Monday's to Friday's usually from 10.30am. No vouchers needed. To check if the foodbank is open please call Mel Hudson on 07538 300768
As a church we take our safeguarding responsibilities very seriously and we are committed to ensuring our church and hall buildings are safe places for all. If you have any concerns about safeguarding you can contact our Parish Safeguarding Officer, Mrs Annette Fisher - tel: 01322 553399 or email: email@example.com [Note: Mrs Fisher does not handle Hall enquiries: see 'Church Hall' tab for contact details].
If you or someone you are concerned about is in immediate danger, please contact the police by dialling 999.