There are no ordinary people at St Barnabas!

Searchlight Theatre Company presents an unforgettable evening of story telling, theatre, music and mirth with speaker and author Jeff Lucas

Tracing the story of Barnabas, a largely overlooked character who contributed so much to the life of the early church, the evening will call you to live the everyday life in a beautiful way.  Barnabas is a tremendous example of generosity, encouragement, believing the best, volunteering, and being a practical servant in the church. His life also teaches us important lessons about maintaining unity and navigating conflict.

 A brilliant evening suitable for all – come and be entertained, inspired and encouraged.


£12.45 online at Searchlight Theatre box office

or £10 from St Barnabas Church Office

Friday 18th November 7:15pm 

at St. Barnabas Church, St. Paul’s Cray

Rushet Road, Orpington BR5 2PU

Welcome to Biggin Hill and Keston

Owing to a reorganisation of deaneries in the Archdeaconry of Bromley and Bexley, theparishes of Biggin Hill and Keston were transferred from Bromley Deanery to Orpington Deanery as from 1 October 2016.

Their respective incumbents and lay representatives were welcomed to their first meeting of Orpington Deanery Synod on 3 November.

The two parishes’ details will appear on this web site in due course but here are the links to their respective web sites:

Biggin Hill: St Mark’s Biggin Hill

Keston: Keston Parish Church



Deanery Synod – November 2016

Thursday 3 November 2016

7.30 for 8.00pm

at All Saints’ Church Hall Bark Hart Road Orpington BR6 0QD

Deanery and Diocese

Learning from each other and exploring our relationship with the diocese

Includes an introduction to Our Conversation; Our Future by Claire Boxall, Diocesan Strategic Framework Manager

Note: there will be a brief meeting of the House of Laity at 7.45pm