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

New Beginnings We welcome Andrew Wilson, our new Organist and Musical Director during the month. You can read more about Andrew and his wife Karen in September's Parish Magazine.
Farewell to David Curtis-Brignell David Curtis-Brignell, our retiring Organist and Choirmaster, played for his last service at Evensong on Sunday 30th August. David was thanked both during and after the service for his sterling work over the last 12 years and for the inspiring contribution that he has made to our worship at Holy Trinity through music.
Endre Kormos Our placement ordinand from The College of the Resurrection, Mirfield joins us for three weeks, from the beginning of September. Please do make him welcome. Please contact Kate Berry to host Endre for a meal.
Building Loan Repaid Early! The PCC has been able to fully repay the Clydesdale Bank loan 18 months ahead of schedule. The loan was negotiated in 2012 to finance the reordering project and was due to be paid early in 2017.

Prayer Requests

Prayer Cycle – 5th September

In our monthly prayer cycle, today we pray for adopted children and those who adopt, the homeless, the sacristan team and all who live in Bylanes area.

Prayer Cycle – 4th September

In our monthly prayer cycle, today we pray for families where there is bitterness and estrangement, those living in sheltered accommodation, our churchwardens and all who live in the Brainsmead area.

Prayer Cycle – 3rd September

In our monthly prayer cycle, on 3 September we pray for families, the housebound, members of our PCC and all who live in Brock End and Manor Drive.

Thought for the Month

This is the mercy of Jesus, from which those who follow him wish to live, the mercy of the crucified one. This mercy lets them all forget their own honour and dignity and seek only the company of sinners.
Dietrich Bonhoeffer, 'Discipleship'