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.
COVID-19: MARCH 28th UPDATE
The church is open for private prayer between 11am and 1pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursday, Fridays and Saturdays, plus 12 noon to 1pm on Sundays. The church reopened for public worship on March 28th with the Liturgy for Palm Sunday.
Morning Prayer and Eucharist services will be live streamed on our Facebook Page while Sunday services will also be available for catch-up on our YouTube channel. Sunday sermons will be available on our Sermons and Services page as well as our Dial-a-Sermon service on 01303 768111.
Please note that public worship is subject to the following constraints:
- The congregation are not permitted to sing.
- We must practise social distancing, wear a mask and use hand gel.
- There can be no sharing of the peace.
- Communion will be in one kind only.
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.
Please visit the Safeguarding page for details of our Safeguarding Policy plus people and organisations you can contact regarding safeguarding issues.