About St Faith's

St Faith's Church from Brenchley Gardens

We are a Bible-centered Anglican church in the Diocese of Canterbury, and part of the local group of churches known as the Maidstone Deanery. Our parish covers Maidstone town centre, Ringlestone and Springfield.

We are passionate about sharing Jesus Christ with others and serving our local community. We meet weekly for Holy Communion and informal worship services in St Faith's Church as well as at our community hall in Ringlestone.

You can find us in the heart of Maidstone's town centre, near Maidstone East railway station, over the road from the Fremlin Walk shopping centre and just next to Brenchley Gardens and the Maidstone Museum.

Our halls are available for hire and are regularly used by community groups.

Where to find us

Address: Station Road, Maidstone, ME14 1LH  [►map]

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St Faith's Church is located in Maidstone town centre next to Brenchley Gardens and near Maidstone East railway station.

Parking: Limited free on-site parking is available during services. Nearby parking is available in the Fremlin Walk parking garage (pay-before-exit), or at Maidstone East Station or Brewer Street car parks (pay & display). Our car park is locked when the church is not open, to ensure that it remains available to those who might be using the building later.

Blue Badge holders: Use our on-site parking if possible, otherwise additional public spaces for Blue Badge holders (only) are available in Station Road near Maidstone East Station.

Accessibility: There are several steps to enter the church and Sharland Hall. A portable ramp is available on request. The toilets may not be wheelchair accessible due to the narrow confines of the ancient building.

 

Safeguarding

St Faith’s with Ringlestone, Maidstone is committed to safeguarding children, young people and adults at risk so that they can worship and grow in Christ safely in our environment. This is done in a coordinated and supported manner involving Church Safeguarding Officers, Parish Priests and the Diocesan Safeguarding Team.

Any concerns about children, young people and adults at risk will be promptly responded to in accordance with our safeguarding procedures.

Safeguarding Policy

Diocese of Canterbury Safeguarding Home

Diocesan Safeguarding Contacts

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Ringletots Health & Safety Risk Assessment

 

Data Protection

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We do not intentionally collect or process any personally identifying information about you when you browse this website, except in aggregate form to assess how well the website is working.

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