Welcome to the Granary Church’s website!

We are a group of ordinary people who have found extraordinary treasure. Greater than any gold or silver, we have discovered the Kingdom of God and its reality has changed our lives forever. Once we felt fear and doubt in our troubled world, now we experience peace and certainty. So great is our happiness that we would not give up what we now have for anything this world can offer. We would like to take this opportunity to share the secret of our riches with you.

Thank you for visiting.

We have discovered that the Bible holds the secret of the Kingdom of God. It tells us that God is love; and that He shows His love for us by sending His Son, Jesus Christ into the world to die for us, so that we may have our sins forgiven and become a part of His Kingdom. So when we meet to worship God we always give a big part of our time to hearing what God says to us from His Word – the Bible.

We would like to invite you to come and hear this wonderful good news for yourself.

If you live in Medway and would like to visit our church you would receive a warm welcome – there is a contact page to enable you to email us if you would like further details or require transport. We would also welcome any comments or questions you may have.

For information on when we meet please look at the Meetings page.

For more information about us please look at our About page.

To listen to sermons online, look at our Sermons page.


About us

We are a Bible believing church meeting to worship and glorify the Lord Jesus Christ in Rainham, Kent.
We meet in the Rainham & Wigmore Community Centre, for more information please look at out Meetings page.

The Community Centre used to be an oasthouse and granary, hence the name: The Granary Church.

Meetings

We meet every Sunday at 10:30am at:

Rainham and Wigmore Community Centre, Granary Close, Rainham, ME8 7SG
(Turn left immediately after the railway crossing)

A warm welcome awaits you!
For more meetings and events please see our Meetings page.

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