A said quiet service using either the Book of Common Prayer or Common Worship liturgy (in church only)
Come and celebrate the church’s ‘birthday’! A modern language communion service with a sermon, hymns, worship songs, choir and organ. Stay afterward for birthday cake, refreshments and games. In church and online via Zoom.
A Book of Common Prayer act of worship with a sermon, hymns, choir participation and time for quiet prayer In church and online via Zoom
A recital by one of our most exciting young musicians
Music from the mediterranean performed on a dazzling array of percussion instruments
Space 4 Grace: A time for quiet reflection, prayer and finding a deeper rootedness in God ‘In contemporary society our Adversary majors in three things: noise, hurry and crowds. If he can keep us engaged in “muchness” and “manyness”, he will rest satisfied’. We are a distracted and often weary generation, driving ourselves on from one […]
Our popular midweek service, using the Common Worship liturgy. Held in church, and online via Zoom. Followed by coffee, served in church.
Tribute event to the great Charlie Mingus with popular Danish vocalist Sara Oschlag
The influence of recorder music from the Middle Ages to the present
A quiet communion service following the Book of Common Prayer
Recital of the second of our rising new Cuckfield stars
Anyone is always welcome to join in with one of our home groups, whether as a one-off or regularly. Both groups meet on Zoom, one at 7pm on Thurdays for an hour and one on Friday at 3pm, also for an hour. Join us via the blue zoom button on the church website. Both groups […]
Holy Trinity’s weekly choir club for ages 8 to teens – every Friday in term time, in the Old School We offer: Plenty of singing The chance to learn and improve vocal, aural and reading skills Possible help preparing for music grade exams Royal School of Church Music training, activities and awards Singing with members […]
An evening of music for all the family featuring not only the BHSO under charismatic conducor Mike Wood, but a guest appearance by brilliant 13-year old cellist Aglaia Carvalho Dubost