“The World, according to the best geographers, is divided into Europe, Asia, Africa, America, and Romney Marsh.”

Churches on Romney Marsh

Romney Marsh has many fine churches, from todays modern St Peter's in Greatstone to the fourteen historic churches dating from the 12th century.

Index Icon All Saints Burmash
Index Icon All Saints Lydd
Index Icon All Saints St Mary's Bay
Index Icon Methodist Church Dymchurch
Index Icon Methodist Church New Romney
Index Icon Spiritual Church Brookland

Index Icon St Augustine Brookland 
Index Icon St Augustine RC Littlestone
Index Icon St Augustine Snave
Index Icon St Clement Old Romney
Index Icon St Dunstan Snargate
Index Icon St Eanswith Brenzett

Index Icon St George Ivychurch
Index Icon St Martin of Tours RC Lydd
Index Icon St Mary East Guldeford
Index Icon St Mary the Virgin St Mary in the Marsh
Index Icon St Monica RC Dymchurch
Index Icon St Nicholas New Romney

St Augustine Roman Catholic Church Littlestone

St Augustine Roman Catholic Church is located Queens Road in Littlestone.

Services

Sunday Masses have been cancelled until further notice. Please see here 
Sacrament of Reconciliation: Before Mass
Holy Days of Obligation: 7.00pm (vigil) on evening before Holy Day

For more information, please visit the Catholic Hythe website.

Contact
         Parish Priest Telephone Icon 01303 266420

St Augustine, Littlestone
St Augustine, Littlestone


The Cup of Hope And Truth Foundation Christian Spiritual Church Sanctuary and Healing Centre

The Cup of Hope And Truth Foundation Christian Spiritual Church Sanctuary and Healing Centre is located just outside Brookland in Becketts Road, Fairfield, Brookland TN29 9TF.

They are open 7 Days a week offerong Faith healing, spiritual guidance, and church services every Sunday at 6.30pm. On Wednesday evenings at 7pm they hold a Meditation Circle. They also hold psychic Fayre, clairvoyant evenings and suppers.

They are a registered church. Visitors are welcome to drop in. Ring in advance if you are travelling some distance.

Contact
Rev Charles Green Telephone Icon  07535 507008 and  Rev Michele Bailey Telephone Icon  07432 489091


Dymchurch Methodist Church

Dymchurch Methodist Church is located in Hythe Road next the central car park at the north end of Dymchurch High Street.

Services

Morning Service Every Sunday: 10:30am 
Evening Service: 6:30pm (When announced)
Mondays: Meeting Point 10-12am
Thursdays: Coffee Morning or "Knitters & Stitchers" 
                 10-12am

Contact
The Minister is the Rev Kevin Taylor Telephone Icon 01303 261500

Dymchurch Methodist Church
Dymchurch Methodist Church


New Romney Methodist Church

New Romney Methodist Church is located in New Romney High Street.

Services

Morning worship is at 10.30am

Contact

Telephone Icon 01797 362517 

New Romney Methodist Church
New Romney Methodist Church


St Martin of Tours Roman Catholic Church Lydd

St Martin of Tours Roman Catholic Church is located at the south end of Lydd High Street.

St Martin’s is a simple building in a crude version of the Gothic style built in 1931. An earlier wooden chapel had been built on the site but was destroyed by fire in the early 1920s.

The plan comprises an aisleless nave with stair tower projections either side of the main front. The walls are faced with stone laid in regular courses and the roof is covered with plain tiles.  The gabled west elevation has a moulded plinth from which rise four flat buttresses, curiously extended above the eaves line, which divide the front into five bays. Inside the fittings are very simple: timber benches, communion rails, altar and reredos, which probably all date from the 1930s.

Sunday Masses have been cancelled until further notice. Please see here
Holy Days: 6.00pm

Contact
         Parish Priest Telephone Icon 01303 266420

 

St Martin of Tours, Lydd
St Martin of Tours, Lydd


St Peter's Church Greatstone

St Peter's Church in Greatstone started in 1953 as a wooden hall situated a little further up Baldwin Road than the present church. This was in the days when most of Greatstone was shingle and sand dunes, with only a few houses, a railway station, and a holiday camp that had started just after World War 2.

Although part of the Parish and Borough of Lydd, it was six miles distant from Lydd town, and the need for a more local place of worship was felt.

The present building was made possible by a generous bequest, and was opened in April 1962 by Michael Ramsey, Archbishop of Canterbury. The shape of the building is intended to reflect the shape of a boat - being a symbol of the disciple Peter, who was a fisherman, to whom it is dedicated. The east end is rounded to be like the bow, and the west end tapers, but is cut off square to represent the stern.

Services are held every Sunday at 10.30am and at some other times. St Peter's is under the overall care of the Priest at Lydd, the Rev Christopher McClean Telephone Icon 01797 320345.


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St Peter's Church, Greatstone
St Peter's Church, Greatstone

For more information, please visit All Saints, Lydd website.

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