The church is open for services under the national guidance.
We are now in an interregnum without a Priest following Charlie’s retirement on 7th June. Please address all queries for church use and events to the Wardens. For pastoral care, home visits and Holy Communions please contact the Authorised Lay Minister, David.
Guidance we had to follow during the corona virus emergency is here. The Church is still alive and active in our parish. We hope everyone will be able to join us for private prayer and devotion every morning and evening at home or wherever you happen to be. For formal prayers please follow the guidance available on the Church of England website or send an email message to David at Daily Prayers and get the daily prayers links sent to you directly.
Regular Sunday and Wednesday morning worship has restarted with a full programme of services. There is detailed guidance on the necessary steps we have to follow from the Ecclesiastical Insurance Group.
Word for Today for August, September and October 2022 is available now. If you are unable to collect from church please contact Jean Wilson by telephone or email for a copy to be posted to you or put through your letter box.
The site changes frequently as news breaks, events are announced and things happen, so please come back and see what has changed, been added and updated. The newsletters, from November 2011 to date, have been reformatted and relocated to give better accessibility and are archived. To find them please see the Archives Newsletters Page. The newsletter for August 2022 is here. And the newsletters for September 2021 and October 2021 are available in the archive now as some technical problems have been resolved.
We are very pleased to announce that we have been awarded “Dementia Friendly Church” status by Dementia Friends and also that we are recognised officially now as an “Assistance Dog Welcome” Church by Assistance Dogs UK. We have a fully trained “Dementia Friend”, David Jones. David, through his work with Therapy Dogs, is fully qualified to support Guide Dogs, Hearing Dogs, Medical Detection Dogs and Canine Partners for Disabled.
The Parish has made real progress in the “Adopt-a-Street” Initiative for Hastings and St. Leonard’s. We have the third highest number of adoptions, after King’s Church and His Place, with more to come. There is a new section here where you may read a brief description and sign up to “Adopt-a-Street”.
Please do browse the site, pray with us and for us, and even better, visit us in our beautiful Church building for services or social events.
This site is best browsed using FireFox 85 or higher (which gives the best results), Microsoft Edge, Safari or a similar recent browser, at a screen resolution of 1280 x 800 pixels, in full 32 bit colour. Viewing from a G5/G4/G3/WiFi mobile device is not recommended at the moment but we may create a mobile browser friendly version for iPhone and similar if there is a demand.
The Church is alive and working for the Parish every day.
Wednesday 17th August, 9:30 a.m., Morning Prayer
Wednesday 17th August, 3:30 p.m., Choir Practice
Friday 19th August, 6:30 to 7:30 p.m., Open Porch for booking weddings and baptisms
Sunday 21st August, 10:30 a.m., Service of the Word
The Parish has agreed to take part in the “Adopt-a-Street” Initiative - please read the information here
Sunday Themes in August 2022:
7th August: 8th Sunday After Trinity
14th August: 9th Sunday After Trinity
21st August: 10th Sunday After Trinity
28th August: 11th Sunday After Trinity
The righteous care for the needs of their animals, but the kindest acts of the wicked are cruel.