St. John's Church
Hello and welcome to the website of St, John's Church*, Higham, Kent
and everyone is welcome at S.John’s. Our services are offered
daily to the glory of God and in intercession for the wider community
God, who through the blessed Apostle John
unlocked for us the secrets of your Word,
grant we pray, that we may grasp with proper understanding
what he has so marvellously brought to our ears.
Through Christ our Lord. Amen.
Saint John's Church, Hermitage Road, Higham, Kent ME3 7DB Registered Charity No:1169926
Original Website design by S.M. Trevithick with support and advice from Clive Stanley and Associates
All text and images on this website are © St. John's Church, Higham, unless otherwise accredited.
With thanks to R.Laurens and S-M. Trevithick for photography Website Manager Liz Croker email to: email@example.com
Off site parking, by kind permission of the President, is available at the
Higham Village Club which is located on Hermitage Road (ME3 7DD) a short drive (150 metres) along from the church building.
If parking on the road; please be considerate to the local community and only park on one side and do not block drop-curbs.
On this website you will find information about what goes on in S.John’s.
Links to other groups in the parish and outside. There is some history
and teaching about what we get up to - and contact details on the Who's Who page. For those areas where you are especially looking for something and it’s not clear or obvious – just email firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll do our very best to help.
Fr. James Southward
Vicar of Higham with Merston Tel: 01634 717360
* This website relates to the Parish Church of Higham and usually just referred to as S.John’s Church to distinguish us from the now redundant former parish Church of S.Mary in the northern part of the parish. Technically we are the ecclesiastical (Church) parish of Higham with Merston, in the diocese of Rochester. The boundaries are not quite the same as those of the civil parish which only affects a small number of residents in matters relating to marriage. Merston and its Church 'disappeared' 500 years ago. After belonging to other parishes it was added to Higham in 1932.