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St Dunstan's Church

Cranbrook, Kent

St Dunstan’s church offers a warm welcome to all the community in Cranbrook and beyond.

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Welcome and latest news

Hello and welcome to our website.

Thank you for coming along.

For us, 2024 is an important year. We are looking forward to working as the St. Dunstan’s church family in seeking to implement the vision that God has been creating and leading us in over the past year. 

You can read more about that here.

We want  to grow together as a community of  Jesus’ people, alive to the Gospel of Jesus,  where love and grace abound, in which all are welcomed, valued and nurtured, as we work together with our schools and members of the community as we strive to be a town which cares for one another and supports each other in all that life brings our way.


Wherever you are on your journey of faith and whatever you’re looking for, we are here for you - and you are very welcome. You can be assured of a warm welcome.

Continuing this week

This Lent, we invite you to come and be with Jesus, walking with him and praying through six gospel passages. Join us in the side chapel at St. Dunstan’s on either Tuesday afternoons or Thursday evenings, whatever suits you best. Each gathering will be about an hour long. We are praying through John 10-12.


The daytime meetings will be on Tuesdays at 2:30pm:

  • March 5

  • March 12

  • March 19

  • March 26 


The evening meetings will be on Thursdays at 7:30:

  • February 29

  • March 7

  • March 14

  • March 21 

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 Do you have a safeguarding concern?

If you are concerned about a child, young person or vulnerable adult please contact our Parish Safeguarding Officer, Elizabeth Hancock on or 07786 318668.  Alternatively the Safeguarding Advisers for Canterbury Diocese can give expert and immediate support: their contact details are here

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