Category Archives: The Living Well


Professional counselling available for clergy and lay ministers through the Diocesan Counselling Team, contact details here.

Ships Bell

Oranges and lemons sing the bells of St Clements…Let the bells ring out for Christmas…I hear wedding bells ringing…For whom the bell tolls…   Bells play a significant part in many of our feasts and ceremonies in this land and beyond, in all kinds of institutions – schools, military, faith – and are used for… Read More »

January 2022

What a blessing it was to have Bishop Rose Hudson-Wilkin with us on Thursday 20th January in the chapel at The Living Well for the licensing of Rev. Rex Morton as assistant chaplain. Sadly in the excitement I forgot to take a few photos – sorry! Bishop Rose spoke on the passage from Isaiah 35… Read More »

Verses for the Year 2022

Please use as prayerful prompts for the year; ask to be grounded in God, to seek Him for the prophetic, to carry the hope that is found in Him, to believe and be blessed, made aware of His glory. To testify to Jesus at work among us. Revelation 19:10b (The Angel of the Lord says… Read More »

2022 programme released

click to download pdf Dear All, Welcome to The Living Well programme for 2022. We have been learning in the past two years to ‘let go’ of some things and to take up some new ideas… We are excited that we plan to receive a 4th cabin in the Spring – our (heated) outdoor spaces… Read More »

Job Vacancy

Ordained Assistant Chaplaincy in the Healing and Wholeness Ministry 2 days per week, with equivalent stipend & pension.    The Living Well (TLW) was set up in 2006 to express Canterbury Diocese’s mission and ministry through healing and wholeness found in Christ. TLW ministry is centred at Nonington, 10 miles Southeast of Canterbury and ministers… Read More »

Worship In the Garden at The Living Well

How funny that on midsummer day I should be feeling the need of socks, hot chocolate, a warm bath and the fire lit! It has been cold these past few days! We begin Weekly Worship with prayers for healing this Thursday 24th June 10.30am. Please join us. Over the past months we have brought worship… Read More »

Still working it out on the long way home….

Years ago I realised that if I ever wrote a book it would be called ‘The Long Way Home’. I have never been one for finding the quickest, fastest, route through things – often travelled the back roads before finding the highway. But I actually like the back roads. At school I was always much… Read More »