St. Stephen's Church, Tonbridge
with St. Eanswythe's Mission
Powered by the presence of God, shaped for the purposes of God

Community Life

Healing On The Streets
From 10am to 12pm every Saturday at the Castle on the High Street in Tonbridge

Alpha is an opportunity to explore the meaning of life in an informal, fun and friendly environment. The Alpha course consists of a series of talks, looking at topics including 'Who is Jesus?' and 'Why and how do I pray?'

Each Tuesday and Friday morning, you’re invited to come into church for a tea or fresh coffee, some delicious cake, relax and chat. Everyone is welcome!

Walking Group
The activity is open to anyone. You will encounter people from St Stephen's past and present: people from other churches or from no church at all; and people of all ages - single and married. The group's primary aims are fellowship and outreach while enjoying God's creation.

Mens Fellowship
Find out about Mens Fellowship and view our latest program.

Debt Advice Centre
The advice centre has over 40 volunteer advisors who are trained to help people through the process of sorting out their money issues and helping them back on the road of financial stability.

Ladies Fellowship
The Fellowship is open to all ladies. We have over 30 members, with around 20 attending regularly. Our ages range from 50s to 90s.

Hope in Tonbridge and Surrounding Villages is part of the nationwide Hope initiative.

Bumps and Babes
Bumps & Babes is for anyone who looks after a baby, pregnant mums included. It allows you to come, with your baby, to find support and get to know others in the same situation.

Steps Pre School
St Stephen's Pre-School is a church-based play group offering quality care and education for children aged two to five.

St Stephen's Parents' & Toddlers' Group is for all parents or carers with pre-school children and is open to non-church members as well as members.

Who Let The Dads Out?
For dads & male carers with babies, toddlers and older siblings. We meet monthly on Saturdays from 10am – 11.30am in St Stephen’s Church

Child Contact Centre
To find out more about the Child Contact Centre, click visit their website.