The Church of England in Your Community
Welcome to our website.
To register for either of these services, please click here.
You can watch last Sunday's service from All Saints' Church here.
A reminder that every Tuesday and Thursday morning you can join us online for a short time of prayer and reflection via our Facebook page. You can watch the most recent reflection below.
Sunday 18th October: 9.30am Holy Communion - St Richard's Church, Heathfield
Wednesday 21st October: 9.30am Holy Communion - St Richard's Church, Heathfield
Sunday 25th October:
8.00am Holy Communion (BCP) - All Saints' Church, Old Heathfield
9.30am Holy Communion - All Saints' Church, Old Heathfield
Wednesday 28th October: 9.30am Holy Communion - St Richard's Church, Heathfield
If you would like to make a donation towards the Church in Heathfield Benefice,
please visit our giving page.
We are delighted to be able to re-open our church buildings for individual private prayer.
St Richard's and All Saints' Churches are each open on two days of the week.
St George's is open on Tuesdays for private prayer.
Sunday morning services plus weekday prayers & reflection are all available
to view by selecting the image below
We live-stream our short services of prayer and reflection every Tuesday and Thursday morning at 9am on Facebook, and these are available on this website by 10am the same day.
Join us live by searching for 'Heathfield Benefice' on Facebook and 'Like' our page.
Do you receive the Benefice Grapevine weekly e-newsletter?
If you have an email address, signing up to receive the Grapevine e-newsletter is a fantastic way to keep up to date with news and activities happening in Heathfield Benefice. It includes the service sheet for the upcoming Sunday, key news stories from the Diocese as well as some fascinating
To receive a copy of the Grapevine e-newsletter simply contact us with your name and email address and we will add you to the distribution list (you can unsubscribe at any time).
Due to Government guidance on Covid-19 people are having to stay in their homes for longer periods of time with household members and with fewer opportunities for contact and support by the 'outside world', be that family and friends, colleagues or statutory agencies. This means that the safety and welfare of some people will be compromised and there is a heightened risk for people to be abused within the home, both adults and children. If you have a concern, please speak out. You can find a guidance document with further information, signs to look out for and useful numbers on the Safeguarding pages of our website.
The following regular activities in the Benefice have been suspended until further notice:
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We have an active and up to date Heathfield Benefice Facebook page so if you would like to keep up to date and watch live daily reflections and Sunday services please find, like and follow us!