Welcome to the website for Kemsing and Woodlands Churches.

Welcome to our Family!

We are two friendly Anglican churches just to the north of Sevenoaks. Kemsing is a village of about 5,000 people, and Woodlands is a scattered rural community of about 1,000. We're an all-age church family; from a few months old to 80+ we enjoy worshipping and serving together.

We gather weekly to worship God on a Sunday and we meet in each other's homes during the week. Together, we seek to serve our wider community.

Our Vision

To be...  Rooted in Jesus - Nurturing his love - Growing his Church

Welcome to our Website!

There is a lot of information on this website, and it is updated regularly with news and forthcoming events.

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If you would like to get in contact either email administrator@kemsingandwoodlands.org or phone 01732 761351

Find us on Social Media!

We're fairly active on Facebook and Twitter. Unless your ad-blocker has hidden it, our most recent tweets should appear at the bottom of this page.

Do say “Hello!”

If your new to the area, or if you're visiting, we'd love to meet you - do come along one Sunday and introduce yourself!

If there is anything you want to know, and you cannot find it on the website, please don't hesitate to email administrator@kemsingandwoodlands.org or phone 01732 761351



The Parish of Kemsing and Woodlands is committed to implementing the House of Bishops' safeguarding policies and good practice guidance.  See 'Parish Safeguarding Handbook' attachment below.

A formal statement to adopt the House of Bishops' "Promoting a Safer Church: safeguarding policy statement" has been agreed by the Parochial Church Council.

Parish Safeguarding Officer - Tamara Maretlane

email: administrator@kemsingandwoodlands.org

phone: 01732 761351

Lead Diocesan Safeguarding Adviser - Greg Barry

Diocesan Safeguarding Team

email: dsasafeguarding@rochester.anglican.org

phone: 01634 560000

Local Authority Social Services:

03000 41 11 11 (Children)

03000 41 61 61 (Adults)

If there is immediate risk or danger please contact the police on 999