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.
Canterbury Pilgrimage There are still a few places left on our parish trip to Canterbury Cathedral, on Monday 12th September. We will be travelling by coach and celebrating a Eucharist in the cathedral, with free time in the city. Cost £20 includes coach and coffee in the refectory. Money and names to Gill in the church office, please. Star of Cuckfield On Saturday 17th September, the Tudor Hall in the Old School will become the exotic (?!) venue for an "Anglo-Cornish-Indian" evening, all in support of Michael's charity-fundraising campaign for Mayor of Cuckfield! Tickets £20 include a welcome drink, supper, and entertainment. Vocal Workshop & Chorus Like to sing? Come along on the afternoon of Saturday 24th September for a vocal workshop, aimed toward a choral performance of Haydn's Mass in D Minor (the 'Nelson' Mass) in the evening. Full details available here.
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)
Today we pray for St. Peter & St. James Hospice, St. Catherine’s Hospice, The Music and Worship Foundation, and all who live in Hatchgate Lane, Hatchgate Close and Wheatsheaf Lane. (To see all prayer requests, click on Welcome/Prayers at the top)
Today we pray for The Church Army, The Bible Society, local youth organisations and all who live in Horsgate Lane. (To see all prayer requests, click on Welcome/Prayers at the top)
Thought for the Month
"Do not waste time bothering whether you 'love' your neighbour; act as if you did. As soon as we do this we find one of the great secrets ... whenever we do good to another self, just because it is a self, made (like us) by God, and desiring its own happiness as we desire ours, we shall have learned to love it a little more or, at least, to dislike it less." CS Lewis, 'Mere Christianity'