Serving God, Serving our Community

The pattern of services is shown below.

Check the front page of the website for the latest schedule.

The morning services will be recorded and made available on the Audio tab of this website, or you can listen to the latest service by dialling a local number 01580 234185.

Our Wednesday SPACE mid-week services will take place in church and the reflections will also be available in PDF format from the Audio tab as well.


The pattern of our monthly services in St Mary’s is shown below:

Sunday in the month10am11:15am4pm5:30pm
1stMorning Worship & Sunday ClubBCP Holy Communion
2ndMorning Worship
3rdCommunion & Sunday Club
4th**BCP Holy Communion
5thUnited Benefice Joint Service*
* Alternating between St Mary’s Frittenden and Trinity Sissinghurst – check calendar for details
** On the 4th Sunday there is a 10am Morning Worship Service with Sunday Club at Trinity Church Sissinghurst.


Reading of Wedding Banns

If you live in the parish of Frittenden but are planning on getting married in another church you will need to have your Banns of Marriage read in St Mary’s Frittenden well in advance of your wedding. You can apply to have your Banns read by clicking on the following link and entering your details. Once submitted the Rector will be in touch…

Table of Fees

The Church of England has a standard Table of Fees for special services. The latest edition can be found here. In addition there a local fees for services provided by the church. For more details please contact  

Baptism and Christenings

Baptism and Christenings Whenever possible these ceremonies are held during a 10am Morning Service. This enables the wider church family to welcome the child. If you are interested in having your child baptised please click the link here to give us the details and the Rector will be in touch to discuss the next steps. Thank you. Baptism 1. The different baptism…


Confirmation What is Confirmation? What we now call confirmation was originally part of a wider ceremony of Christian initiation and only became a separate rite when bishops were no longer able to preside at all baptisms. Confirmation is carried out by the bishop for those who have been baptised and now wish to affirm for themselves their faith and their intention to…


Thinking about a church wedding? Congratulations! You’re welcome to marry in church whatever your beliefs, whether or not you are baptised and whether or not you go to church. And, marrying in church has never been easier thanks to a change in the law which means you now have more churches to choose from. For such a special day, we offer a…


Funerals   A funeral marks the close of a human life on earth. It is the opportunity for friends and family to express their grief, to give thanks for the life which has now completed its journey in this world and to commend the person into God’s keeping. As far back into history as we can penetrate, human beings seem to have…