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Charity in Focus: MIND

For more than 70 years, Mind has been committed to ensuring that all who are experiencing and suffering from a mental health condition can access the support they need and are treated with the respect they deserve.

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           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 Office:

tel: 01689 853471 

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

Personal callers ONLY between 14:00 and 15:30

Download a Form:

Many forms available Here


Nick Reynolds
The Parish of Farnborough is within the Orpington Deanery of the Diocese of Rocheste

            Charity Number: 1132526

Pewsheet downloads:

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Forthcoming Events:

Charity Film Night:
Victoria and Abdul.

Tuesday 20th March
8.15pm St Giles Centre

This is a 2017 British biographical comedy-drama film directed by Stephen Frears and written by Lee Hall. The film is based on the book of same name by Shrabani Basu, about the real-life relationship between Queen Victoria of the United Kingdom and her Indian Muslim servant Abdul Karim.

An unofficial sequel to the 1997 film Mrs Brown, it stars Judi Dench, Ali Fazal, Michael Gambon, Eddie Izzard, Tim Pigott-Smith and Adeel Akhtar. 

Pop-in Lent Lunch

Friday 23rd March from 11:00am

Pop-up Café will be serving soup and bread, tea and coffee. Just come for a coffee if that is all the time you have.

Pop In for Tea and a Chat
St. Giles Centre

Tuesdays 27th March

Come and join us for our regular pop in tea/coffee afternoon; lots of friendly chat. All are welcome, just turn up and bring your friends .1:30pm-3pm.

Sue Rennie
01689 857094 / 07913 396605

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