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, but we're equally happy to hear and see them in church!
Please explore further. We would love to see you. Joyfully Serving Jesus
Recent Services can now be followed from the comfort of your home! You can re-read sermon transcripts, listen to whole services, and see photos. All these can be accessed from our Recent Services page.
A Lady Day Eucharist will be held to celebrate the feast of the Annunciation, in association with our district Mother’s Union, in Church on Monday 9th April @ 2.30 p.m., followed by refreshments.
Cake & Questions: our next monthly discussion will be on Wednesday 18th April at 8 p.m., with the starter question “What does the resurrection mean?” Come, listen, join in, and enjoy the cake!
May’s lunchtime recital features the very talented Herschel Quartet, playing Borodin and a piece specially written for them. Friday 4th May, refreshments from 12.30, music starts at 1 p.m. As always, entry is free and donations are welcome!
Today we pray for those who work in industry, local businesses and services, Churches Together in Haywards Heath and all who live and work in Broad Street. (To see all prayer requests, click on Welcome/Prayers at the top)
Today we pray for agricultural workers, The Mission to Seafarers and all who live in Church Platt, Church Street, Cottage Homes and Newbury Lane. (To see all prayer requests, click on Welcome/Prayers at the top)
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. (To see all prayer requests, click on Welcome/Prayers at the top)
Thought for the Month
“Jesus’ shameful death on the cross has radically redefined the very notions of power, empire, kingdom and lordship; but his resurrection has radically reaffirmed them all, albeit in this radically redefined form. Perhaps, after all, that is at the root of the rejection of resurrection in so much liberal protestant theology: Easter would blow the lid off the Enlightenment settlement in which the church looked after ‘spirituality’ while allowing the politicians and imperialists to run the world.”
N.T. Wright, ‘Paul and the Faithfulness of God’ (2013)