Important Notice: There is NO CHURCH this Sunday 27 August, due to illness.

Easter at Redeemer Church

We are a new Anglican church and would love for you to join us at 10:30 every Sunday at Cliffsend village hall for a family friendly service. Parking is available behind the hall, and why not come early for a hot drink and a chat. We are Reformed, Relational and Reaching. Find out more here.

An Anglican Mission in England (AMiE) church has arrived in Thanet!  We would love you to join us on Sunday mornings at Cliffsend Village Hall.
Our Sunday services begin at 10.30am but you are welcome to come along any time from 10.00am for a hot drink and a chat beforehand.  Car parking is available behind the hall.  We look forward to meeting you!

Café Morning

It’s not too late to be part of this year’s Kent Women’s Convention.  Please speak to Marcia or email if you are interested.

Listen to our latest sermon…
We start our new series in Romans. A book that outlines how the gospel works probably more than any other. Starting in chapter 1, we will see why we need…
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April 2024
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Shoebox Appeal

We had a fantastic turnout to our coffee morning in support of the Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child Shoebox Appeal.  Visit our gallery to see some photos.  Your donations helped us raise a total of £241.20.

New monthly meeting for ladies

Please take this opportunity to spend some time with some Christian sisters and get to know them even more on a Saturday afternoon once a month. You don’t have to be a Christian to join, just come as you are.  Check our calendar to see details of the next Ladies Afternoon Tea.

Welcome to the April 2022 edition of ‘IN STEP’, our newsletter to keep us informed and connected.
Please click here to download a pdf copy.

The first edition of ‘IN STEP’ is still available to download here.

Rev. Peter Harvey
Our minister was born in Yemen to missionary parents before coming to this country in the ’80s. By God’s grace, he has always known the Lord as long as he can remember, but it wasn’t until after university that he realised, after witnessing mature Christians, that he wasn’t giving his whole life to Christ. Peter had always wanted to go into ministry – in whatever shape that looked like, but it wasn’t until his late 30s that the opportunity presented itself. Peter trained at Oak Hill Theological College London before serving his curacy in Leyland. Prior to ministry, Peter was a degree qualified engineer working in pharmaceuticals, aerospace and large-scale construction. Peter is married to Zoe and they have 2 young girls. He is a passionate follower of Newcastle United and the Miami Dolphins.

Peter has agreed to lead our new church because, he, like us, will always put biblical authority over denominational allegiance.

If you have any questions, or just want to say hello, please email us at