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Cuxton Community Church,
Bush Road,
Cuxton, Kent ME2 1LS

A Member of the North Kent Group
of United Reformed Churches

 
Telephone: 01474 569 743.     cuxton@northkenturc.org
photograph of Cuxton Community Church building

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Cuxton Community Church is an inclusive, welcoming, family friendly and Christian church.

“Here to love God and serve the community”

Cuxton Community Church is set in the small village of Cuxton, lying on the western slopes of the Medway valley.  (Go to location map.)

Our Family service is 10.30am on Sunday mornings, and all are most welcome to join us. There is tea and coffee and a chance to chat after the service. Our services are led by a variety of worship leaders, but the Worship Team Member based at Cuxton is Janet Greaves.  We celebrate communion every week and both adults and children are welcome to take communion.

Harvest Service Poster 2017

See our Services and Events page.  Read our monthly Group Pastoral Letter.   At national level, the URC takes its child and vulnerable adult safeguarding responsibilities very seriously. For more information please click here.

Our Church Secretary Janet will be happy to help with enquiries about Baptisms, Weddings & other occasions, weekday activities, or if you would simply like us to pray for you.

E-mail: cuxton@northkenturc.org.

Cuxton Community Church (CCC) began as a church plant from the Congregational Church of The Vines (Rochester) in 1894. It became part of the URC in 1972. Its original worship venue, The Old Tin Chapel, was donated to Kent Life museum in 2002. From 1st January 2003, the congregation was known as Cuxton Community Church and, following three years of gathering for worship in the local school and then four years in the church’s old hall, which had become very shabby, the congregation refurbished these premises and re-launched them for worship and community use in April 2010.  Cuxton joined the NK Group at Pentecost 2014.


photograph of a service at Cuxton Community Church



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Last Updated - 22 September, 2017
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