What’s On


We meet at Anthony Roper Primary School, Eynsford, Kent DA4 0AA

Ample parking within the school grounds and good disability access

Sunday Mornings at 10.30am …..

….. except for the 4th Sunday of the month: Café-style meeting which starts at 4.30pm

We meet for services in the main hall at Anthony Roper School. We would love you to join us! Activities are provided for younger people. Those who are uncomfortable or unable to attend in person are invited to join us via our Zoom link where you will receive a warm welcome and will be encouraged to participate fully in the service. Please contact us if you would like the Zoom link to the service (see below for Adrian’s contact details).

We hold a weekly PRAYER MEETING on Zoom at 8-9pm on Wednesday evenings (the church’s ‘power hour’!). On the first Wednesday of the month this is a hybrid meeting with some people meeting in person and others participating via Zoom.

These groups meet for fellowship, study and prayer. Please speak to Adrian Elms if you are interested in joining a home group.

Some of our congregation prayer walk in their locality, asking for God’s blessing on those who make up our local communities. It has been exciting to see how God has been using these prayer walks to build bridges and bring His blessing. Weekly prayer walks take place in Eynsford, West Kingsdown and Horton Kirby & South Darenth, so please consider joining one of these.

With the support of Sevenoaks District Council, we are delighted to announce the launch of a warm space and community hub called “The Space”. This is proving to be very popular with numbers now averaging well over sixty visitors per week. It is open every Wednesday in the Riverside Club (see map below) from 9.00am to 1.00pm as a place to meet in a warm safe environment which may help to reduce your heating bill!

A light breakfast will be provided from 9.00am and tea, coffee and cake will be served throughout the morning with soup and a roll available from 12.00 noon.

You may want to read a book, do a jigsaw, join an activity or just sit and chat. The choice is yours.
There is a dedicated area for parents and young children.
Two computers with internet access and a printer are available as well as computing support for those who would like it.

You are most welcome to join us and there is no charge.
Ample parking and disabled access

We hold a café style service on the fourth Sunday of the month at 4.30 pm. This is an informal time suitable for all ages and for people who are not used to going to church. Tea and coffee are served during the event, which also contains a craft activity. This is followed by buffet meal together and is popular within the villages.
Please note: we do not hold a morning service on the fourth Sunday of the month

A number of us are DBS checked and work with our small group of young people. We are planning to re-commence our young people’s meeting using the ‘Freedom In Christ’ material and we are exploring new ways to engage with young people and encourage them in their faith.

We hold regular day time and evening home groups for fellowship, study and to pray together. Some groups meet weekly and others meet fortnightly, depending on the circumstances of the group.

If you would like to meet for a chat please contact Adrian Elms (DVCC Pastor).