Supporting people and working towards community transformation


We are a vibrant church in Tunbridge Wells, made up of ordinary people from different nationalities, cultures and backgrounds. We believe that God created and loves all people, and that he invites each of us into a life long relationship with him, outworked in community together. We’re passionate about helping people encounter Jesus for themselves, grow in faith together, and make a lasting difference in the world.


Sharing God’s love in our community and around the world.


Why ‘Kintsugi Hope’?

The stress and demands of modern living are taking their toll on our mental health and wellbeing. Author Brené Brown believes that we live in ‘the most medicated, addicted, overweight cohort of history’. The majority of us may feel the affect, but don’t fully understand the cause. Many of us don’t even feel comfortable talking about our mental wellbeing.

What is a Kintsugi Hope Group?

A Kintsugi Hope Group is a safe and supportive space for people who feel or have felt overwhelmed, providing tools for self-management in a facilitated peer mentoring style setting.

To find out about our next course, please contact our church office and ask about Kintsugi Hope


“Street Pastors is about Christians rolling up their sleeves and getting involved in practically responding to the problems of crime and safety…” STREET PASTORS Street pastors are trained volunteers from local churches who care about their community. They patrol in teams of men and women, usually from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. on in Tunbridge Wells Town Centre, to care for, listen to and help people who are out on the streets. PRAYER PASTORS Prayer Pastors prayerfully support the Street Pastors whilst they are out on the streets, and are vital to the initiative as a whole.


Our Food Bank has been set up to help those in need during the season of COVID19.
The Food Bank is to aid recipients over their short-term crisis and our Food Bank helpers support people in need to ensure a smooth transition to using other resources.


41,000 refugees came to the UK in 2019 (UK Home Office statistics, 2020). Refugees leave their homes, families, jobs, communities and their whole lives behind. Many have experienced severe trauma, loss and distress. We have signed up with WelcomeChurches to provide a welcoming community for refugees to belong to. For more information, go to


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A church passionately following Jesus and devotedly serving our community.
Tunbridge Wells Christian Fellowship
The Christian Centre, Hanover Road, Tunbridge Wells, TN1 1EY 01892 521320

Charity number: 1054380