We are a friendly, welcoming Church, of all ages with a membership of around 80, and many more in our wider Church family.

Our Church family comes mainly from the villages of Larkfield, East and West Malling, Kings Hill, Addington, Leybourne, Ditton and Aylesford, all of which are just west of the County town of Maidstone in Kent.

We enjoy worship in a variety of styles from traditional to modern, and our congregations usually include a wide variety of ages, from toddlers to octogenarians.

There are a number of groups and activities meeting on our Church premises. We also have a café called the Sycamore Tree which is a great place to relax and chat after Church services on Sunday.

Please explore the pages on this web site to find out more or see our latest notices for more information, including our forthcoming services for Advent and Christmas.

Next Sunday 2nd February 2014

10am - Holy Communion service led by

Rev Tony Graff






Welcome to Larkfield Methodist Church





The week ahead at a glance



Sunday 26th January



All-age worship led by  

Rev Clifford Newman

Monday 27th January

1.30pm - 3.30pm

Expressions Dance

5.00pm - 9.00pm

Girls’ Brigade


Tuesday 28th January

10.00am to 2.00pm

Muffins and More in the Sycamore Tree

Wednesday 29th January

1.30pm to 3.30pm

Little Larks Mothers’ and Toddlers’ Club

5.30 - 8.30pm

Boys’ Brigade

Thursday 30th January

2.00 to 3.30pm

Afternoon Tea and Games in the

Sycamore Tree




Please see our notices for more information.


This week we are celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of the opening of our Church building on its current site.  Please join us this weekend if you can, and watch this space for other events later in the year.

“The ’Orrible Histories”

of Larkfield and East Malling Methodist Church


A light-hearted look at the first 50 years of the life of our Church

7pm on Friday 4th and Saturday 5th April


Anniversary Services

Sunday 6th April

10am: All Age Celebration led by our Minister, Rev. Tony Graff

Followed by our Anniversary Lunch

4pm: Circuit Service, Preacher: Rev. Dr. Gary Watt, followed by tea


Please join us for our Celebrations.