A said quiet service using either the Book of Common Prayer or Common Worship liturgy (in church only)
A modern language communion service with a sermon, hymns, worship songs, choir and organ. In church and online via Zoom.
On Sunday, March 26th at 2.30pm, Colin Sewell-Rutter will be giving a talk, entitled ‘The Story of Holy Trinity Cuckfield’. No need to book, just turn up. Tea and cakes will be provided. It’s free of charge, but there will be a retiring collection on behalf of The Friends of Holy Trinity.
Our popular midweek service, using the Common Worship liturgy. Held in church, and online via Zoom. Followed by coffee, served in church.
Clive Simmonds is leading a Lent group on Wednesdays from March 1st, at 8pm. This is based on the Chichester diocesan course, this year entitled Who Then Is This? All are welcome – just click the Zoom button on the home page. You can read Clive’s introduction to the course content here.
An informal Celtic-inspired liturgy with a short time for group discussion.
Shirley Rawlins and Vicky Peattie will lead a Lent group thinking about the “I am” sayings of Jesus ,basing their approach on material from David Adam – a well-known and much loved writer on Celtic spirituality. These will be on Thursdays at 7.00pm, starting 23rd February, and you can join by selecting the Zoom Blue […]
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 […]
Book your tickets now for what promises to be a spectacular and beautiful concert of seasonal music here at Holy Trinity Church on Saturday 1st April at 7.30pm. Full details and tickets available at https://www.sussexstringquartet.com/ – adult tickets are £13 and children £3 if purchased in advance – which is strongly recommended due to limited seating capacity. […]