Welcome to Canterbury Diocese
Canterbury Diocese, the oldest diocese in England, stretches from Maidstone to Thanet, the Isle of Sheppey to the Romney Marsh and includes 327 churches in 231 parishes, along with 103 church schools and a University with a Church of England foundation.
Whether you are someone looking for a church to get married in, someone keen to grow closer to Christ or a church leader looking for resources and support, we hope this website provides you with the information and resources you are searching for.
Received by The President of the Republic, accompanied by a large delegation of the Anglican Church. Read more »
Arts project to bring newly arrived Syrian refugee mums together with long-term resident mums. Read more »
A cookery competition organised by the Church of England to champion Kent produce is now seeking entries. Read more »
An evocative artwork highlighting the plight of refugees around the world is to be hung in the Nave of Canterbury Cathedral. Read more »
Bishop Trevor offers a brief word of thanks for the life and ministry of Billy Graham. Read more »
This issue features living with depression and Lent abstinence.
Congratulations to those students – lay and ordained – who attended the College’s recent Celebration of Awards. Read more »
Following Cyclone Ava, Archbishop James asks for prayers and help. Read more »
We asked for your feedback on the Diocesan Day of Prayer – and for what you think God might be saying to the Diocese. Read more »