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.
The Advent Call A special service of readings, hymns and music for Advent Sunday, 6pm on 29th November. Host the Holy Family The Mothers' Union have made a Posada, to be blessed by Michael on Advent Sunday, before setting off on a journey around homes of the parish during Advent. There will be a sign up list in church if you would like to receive the holy family for a night. Room at the Inn? Small charity HOST is seeking people willing to welcome young adult international students at UK universities into their home over the Christmas break. Visits can be for a day, weekend, or four days, and give students experience of a UK home, and give us a chance to learn about their culture, too. For more details call 020 7739 6292 or visit the HOST website.
Today we pray for West Sussex Association for the Deaf & Hard of Hearing, CARE (Haywards Heath and Cuckfield Pastoral Care), the stewardship of our church and all who live in Ansty. (To see all prayer requests, click on Welcome/Prayers at the top)
Today we pray for St. Wilfrid’s Hospice & Chestnut House, all users of the Old School, young people who live away from home and all who live in Tylers Green. (To see all prayer requests, click on Welcome/Prayers at the top)
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Thought for the Month
Advent is a period of preparation for Christmas but, unlike Lent, it is not a period of penance. It is a period that focuses us on joy. We prepare ourselves to understand the full adult meaning of the feast. We come to realize more each year how great are our blessings, how beautiful is a life lived in concert with the Jesus who came to show us the way. We learn the joy of anticipation ... the joy of living in the surety of even more life in the future. Joan Chittister, OSB, 'The Liturgical Year'