We are a busy, friendly family church that loves and accepts everyone.
It doesn’t matter how young or old you are - if you are a doubter, enquirer or even a saint – you are always welcome to any of our worship or events as we explore living faith through Jesus Christ.
We have great provision for children and young people every Sunday, or we're equally happy to hear and see them in church!
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Joyfully Serving Jesus

Latest News

December highlights at Holy Trinity: 

Advent marks the start of a new church year, and our Sunday readings will now be from the Gospel according to Luke. Michael has written a great introduction (and invitation) to this life-giving work of literature – read it here!

Children and Families Lay Minister: we are currently seeking someone to work closely with the Vicar, maintaining and developing Holy Trinity’s contact with and outreach to children, young people and their families and to help them grow in the Christian faith. For more details see the Job Description & Person Specification. All applications should be submitted using this Application Form.

Lunchtime Recitals return on Friday 4th January with Lily Cooper on cello and Bjorn Kleiman on violin at 1.00 p.m. (refreshments from 12.30).

Services can be followed from the comfort of your home! You can re-read sermon transcripts, listen to whole services, and see the occasional photo. All these can be accessed from our Recent Services page.

Prayer Requests

Prayer Cycle – 18 December

Today we pray for agricultural workers, The Mission to Seafarers and all who live in Church Platt, Church Street, Cottage Homes and Newbury Lane.

Prayer Cycle – 17 December

Today we pray for South African Church Development & Hope Africa, Christian Aid, local nursery schools and all who live in South Street and Ockenden Lane.

Prayer Cycle – 16 December

Today we pray for St. John’s Eye Hospital Jerusalem, members of the Cuckfield Society, Diocesan Family Support Work and all who live in Leyton Lea.

Thought for the Season

“If we have no peace, it is because we have forgotten that we belong to each other.”
Mother Teresa of Calcutta