We are a community of living faith bound together by our love of Jesus Christ, and our desire is to make his love known to those we meet, both within our village and beyond.
A church is believed to have existed in Cuckfield for over a thousand years, and our beautiful church stands as a sign and constant reminder, to all who see and visit it, that God’s love is constant and abiding.
Please do explore our website and, better still, know that if you visit us you will receive a warm welcome at Holy Trinity, at any of our services or events.

Rev. Michael Maine, Vicar of Cuckfield

Latest News

Samara's Aid Appeal We're collecting good quality clothes for those displaced by war in the Middle East. Join us on Sunday 12th October for final collections, packing, and despatch. See here for details of what's needed
Ringing the Changes Cuckfield Museum is looking at some of the changes at Holy Trinity Church over the 200 years since the Battle of Waterloo, when two new bells were cast to celebrate the victory. Mid Sept - mid Dec.

Prayer Requests

Prayer Cycle – 10 October

Today we pray for all who work at sea, Mission to Seafarers, Pelham House, our flower arrangers and church cleaners, and all who live in London Road and The Knowle. (To see all prayer requests, click on title of this one.)

Prayer Cycle – 9 October

Today we pray for all students, our choir, music group and bell-ringers, and all who live in Hanlye Lane and The Highlands.

Prayer Cycle – 8 October

Today we pray for victims of violence, our home groups and prayer groups, the Haywards Heath & East Grinstead Branches of the Gideons, Home Farm Trust and all who live in the Chaplefields area.

Website Feedback

This is our new website, launched in September 2015, and is still in its development phase. We'd like feedback from as many users as possible, on any area of style, layout, or function.
Please send your comments to webmaster@holytrinitycuckfield.org

Thought for the Month

As to what good qualities there may be in our souls, or Who dwells within them , or how precious they are – those are things which we seldom consider, and so we trouble little about carefully preserving the soul’s beauty.
St Teresa of Avila, 'The Interior Castle'