the benefice of Hever, Four Elms and Markbeech

Groups and organisations

        Welcome Our Churches Groups & organisations Bell ringing Our Choirs Friends of St Peter's Friends of Holy Trinity House group Ladies' Breakfast Men's Breakfast The Mothers' Union Information & events ‚ú∑Newsblog

Bell Ringing

Young or old, male or female, parishioner or living beyond the boundaries, you would be welcome to see what goes on

at practice on Thursday evenings at Hever Church. Click here for more details

The Choirs

The Hever and Four Elms Choir sing for Sunday services in the two churches and get together occasionally to practise

for special events.

The Markbeech Church choir, directed by Charles Talbot, sings on the first Sunday in the month for the 9.15

Communion service and also for festivals.

Click here for more details on the choirs

Friends of St Peter's, Hever

The Friends of St Peter's Church, Hever is in its infancy. The formation of the Friends has got off to a most encouraging

start. Click here for more details.

Friends of Holy Trinity, Markbeech

The Friends of Markbeech Church has been reborn. Find out more here.

House Group

There is one House Group in the parishes meeting regularly for prayer and discussion. Click here for more details.

Intercession Group

Prays regularly, by request, for anyone in trouble.  Contact Joanna Smith if anyone you know needs prayer

Ladies' Breakfast

Meets at the Markbeech Village Hall on the second Saturday in the month. Click here for more details.

Men's Breakfast

Meets at the Markbeech Village Hall on the first Saturday in the month. Click here for more details.

Mother's Union

With more than three million members, the Mothers' Union is the largest Christian women's organisation in the world.

Click here for more details.

Worship for Families

Families with children are very welcome at all our services, but about twice a month we have special, family-friendly

events. Why not have a look at our programme?