The Living Well

**We currently have a vacancy for an ordained Assistant Chaplain at The Living Well.  For further details please see this page**

The Living Well is the Canterbury Diocesan Centre for Healing and Wholeness.  It is based at Nonington, near Canterbury.  It is a non-residential centre.

We believe that the only name in heaven and earth for healing and wholeness is Jesus Christ.  We aim to provide a safe place where people can experience the healing love of Christ offering prayer ministry in Jesus’ name with a focus on bringing Christ’s healing love to those in need.

There is a service of healing every Tuesday and Thursday at 10.30 am during which there is always an opportunity to receive prayer ministry for yourself, or someone else about whom you are concerned.  Coffee is served after the service and all are welcome.

We also offer Deeper Healing Days and Quiet Days.  Please see links above for details of our annual programme, daily retreats, training and support we can offer.

Our chaplain is also Diocesan Advisor in Healing and Wholeness and is based at The Living Well.


Diocese of Canterbury Novena 2017
‘Conversations in the In-Between’ Nine Days of Prayer May 26th – June 3rd 2017
Using the provocative and striking artwork of Canterbury based Christian artist Caleb Simmons, we wait and pray for the coming of the Holy Spirit at Pentecost.
The Nine Days of Prayer this year focuses on nine Biblical stories in which people find themselves in an ‘in-between’ place. The familiar characters find themselves in the middle spaces between despair and thanksgiving; between endings and beginnings; between the known and the unknown; between seeing and knowing. How do they journey through the in-between? How do we?