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Pembury Larder

The Community Larder receives regular donations from all the Pembury Churches and Pembury villagers. The larder is available for the hungry in Pembury, people who are going through a tough time and need that little bit of help that we are delighted to give as a demonstration of God's love. 

If you know of any families who are struggling or could do with a touch of God's provision, please phone or e-mail Jennifer Roberts, at the office on jennifer@pemburybaptistchurch.org.  Each matter is dealt with confidentially and discreetly.

Please also remember the Community Larder with donations of non-perishable items for example tinned fruit, tinned meat, tinned meals and vegetables, nappies, baby stuff, pasta and rice, tea and coffee, cereals, suger and UHT milk and so on.  Thank you.  Your donations are received with huge thanks.

News & Announcements

Live Stream from YouTube this Sunday at 10am

This Sunday we are planning a livestream service at 10am (don’t forget the clocks are changing!). If we don’t start on time it's because YouTube is under pressure - do hang on…and pray. If you have signed into YouTube you can join the live chat which I understand is quite fun! You can subscribe to the PBC YouTube channel here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCEtIwxhREBMZnQs9tRlI_0Q 


No Public Gatherings but Pembury Community Larder is open

All public gatherings here at Pembury Baptist Church have been suspended until further notice due to the Coronavirus pandemic. We are livestreaming short Sunday morning services on YouTube from an empty church. You are invited to join us! Click on the header to go to the page where, by clicking 'here', you can subscribe to Pembury Baptist Church services on YouTube.   Pembury Community Larder will remain open for both donations and distribution, please leave us a message on 01892 825 590 or email office@pemburybaptistchurch.org and we will get back to you. We are operating it at a safe distance i.e. without any personal contact.   Please be assured of our prayers, concern and good wishes for Pembury at this time of crisis and please do join us in abiding by the Government's restrictions.