The Church of St Mary & St Eanswythe, with St Saviour Folkestone, exists to make Jesus Christ known in Folkestone through its worship, its fellowship and its mission. It looks to encourage its members, and the people of the community of which it is a part, to realise their full potential as children of God.
The church is open for visiting and private prayer in addition to our regular services. Please check with the Parish Office if you need to know whether the church is due to be open on a specific day: opening is subject to availability of volunteer welcomers.
Revised Covid-19 Guidelines from 11th December 2021
- for the choir when they sing
- when someone speaks from the front to a congregation or audience
- for medical exemptions
- children under the age of 11
- the serving of refreshments is postponed.
- we will return to social distancing in our seating arrangements
Morning Prayer and Eucharist services will be live streamed on our Facebook Page.
New Director of Music
We are delighted to welcome Malcolm Munro who will join us as our new Director of Music with his first service on March 13th 2022. He has written an introduction which you can find on the Choir and Organ page.
The Companions of Eanswythe
Would you be interested in becoming a Companion of Eanswythe? Please click here to find out more.
An illustrated book summarising the Finding Eanswythe research is now available from the Church, price £5. The project’s web site can be visited via our Eanswythe Found page.