Weekly News

Rev David Railton MC, the originator of The Unknown Warrior

The Friends of St Mary and St Eanswythe are mounting an exhibition about Rev Railton at Folkestone Museum from Friday 30th October to Thursday 24th December, although it is possible that the exhibition may run until March 2021 to make up for the November lockdown. Further details are on our Unknown Warrior page.

NEW! Dial-a-Sermon

You can now hear the most recent Sunday sermon by dialling 01303 768111 in addition to listening through our Sermons and Services page. Please pass the number to anyone you know who might like to hear the sermon but is not able to do so online.
Local phone rates apply. This service will continue even after the lockdown ends.


We are pleased to announce that the church will be open for private prayer between 11am and 1pm on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursday, Fridays, and Saturdays, plus 12 noon to 1pm on Sundays. We hope to be able to reopen the church for public worship from Palm Sunday, March 28th.

Services will be streamed on our Facebook page and YouTube channel until we are able to reopen the church.

This Week (during the church closure there will be no weekly pew sheet)

THE SICK:  Irene, Alan and Andrew Birch,  Jean Anderson, Anne Jarrett, Sheila Blundell, Pam Hinton, Sherry, Gillian Thompson, Carmel Smith.

Please let the Clergy or Churchwardens know if you are aware of any of our congregation who are sick or would welcome a pastoral visit or telephone call.


ANNIVERSARIES: 21st John Taylor, 25th Ernest Lawrence, 26th Deborah Furminger, 27th Leonard Tyzack (priest), Joan Tilby.


This month’s music list: No sung services during church closure

Previous music lists are on the Choir and Organ page.