FARNBOROUGH PARISH



 
Village History Website Lent Programme Cream Tea 

Recently Added:

Parish Office email address
Organ Update and Recital
Easter Flowers
Faith and Justice - FGM
Bellringing Update
Music List for Spring Term
Sunday School Party Photos
Sunday School Nativity Photos
Fine Music in a Fine Old Church
Crisis Quiz Night photos
St. Nicholas Autumn Fair
Remembrance Sunday Photos

All Recent Events

Charity in Focus:

Hearing Dogs for
Deaf People

If you have difficulties with your hearing, or know someone who does, we’re here to help.

 

Read More

View images of St. Giles and Farnborough

           Clergy Team 

Welcome to the website of
the Parish of Farnborough, in the London Borough of Bromley.

We hope that you will enjoy reading these pages about our church and community.

Over the past one thousand years countless people have come here to worship God, to celebrate, to mark the important events in their families' lives and to seek meaning, comfort, and strength from God along life's journey.

As we appreciate the physical beauty of St. Giles and learn about its long history, I trust that we will also remember that St. Giles and St. Nicholas have been, and are, living and active Christian communities seeking to witness faithfully to the saving love of Christ.  

Wherever you are, please remember our parish and its work in your thoughts and prayers.

Matthew J. Hughes, Rector


Parish Boundaries:

See Map
 

Parish Office:

St. Giles Centre
Church Road,
Farnborough
Orpington
BR6 7DB

tel: 01689 853471 

parishoffice@stgilespcc.plus.com NEW

Office hours :
Tuesday to Friday. 08:00-12:00 and 13:00-16:00

IMPORTANT:  
Personal callers ONLY between 14:00 and 15:30


Website:

Nick Reynolds
nickr306@talk21.com
The Parish of Farnborough is within the Orpington Deanery of the Diocese of Rocheste




 

 

  Charity Number: 1132526

Pewsheet downloads:

Click Here

Forthcoming Events:

Let's Sing Together

Monday 2nd March 7:30pm
 
Meet in St. Giles church.

 
Charity Film Night
The Treasure of Sierra Madre

Wednesday 18th March 8pm
St. Giles Centre


The Treasure of the Sierra Madre is a 1948 American dramatic adventurous neo-western written and directed by John Huston.

Annual Cream Tea   

Sunday 19th April 2020,
St Giles Centre


Come and join us for the annual Cream Tea on behalf of Christian Aid.



You will have  the chance to enjoy in style a delicious afternoon cream tea in the company of your family, friends and neighbours, while at the same time supporting such a worthwhile cause.

Read More