Heathfield Benefice

The Church of England in Your Community

Welcome 

Reverend Mitch

 

Welcome and thank you for visiting the Heathfield Benefice website. We are ‘The Church of England in Your Community’, covering the town of Heathfield and the neighbouring villages of Old Heathfield and Broad Oak. We have three buildings and two parishes, but we are one Church family. As such, we seek to respond to God’s love by walking alongside one another in all aspects of life’s journey: In life | In love | In loss. 

 

We hope you find our website useful, whether you’re new to the area, interested in exploring your faith, or have an important life event such as a child to be baptised, a wedding to be planned, or a funeral for a loved one.

 

Reverend Christian Mitchell (known as Rev'd Mitch), Vicar 


 

You can dowload a copy of the Vicar's letter for June by clicking on the image below. 

 

Vicars Letter

 




















Our Churches are open for public worship



For a schedule of all our services, please click here.

 

Please note that advance booking is essential. Reserve your place here

 

Visit the Services page to find out the different ways you can attend, watch or listen to Services.





 





Sunday Worship














Sunday, 13th June








10.00am St Richard's Church Patronal Festival



 


A copy of Revd. Mitch's sermon can be found here. 



Prayer and Reflection

There are a number of regular opportunities available to join with small groups  for a time of prayer and reflection.


 

Mid-week morning reflections

A short time of prayer and reflection is held live at 9am on the Heathfield Benefice Facebook page led by Rev'd Mitch and Rev'd Torhild, days of the week can vary so please check Facebook for confirmation. Everyone is welcome to watch live, and the videos of each reflection are uploaded to the website shortly after to be viewed at any time.

 

Click here to visit the Video of Services page

 

   







Saturday Parish Prayers

Each Saturday at 9am a group of regular parishioners meet on zoom for a time of prayer. Prayers are led by different members of the group and offer a quiet and reflective time to join together to pray on both local and wider subjects. 

 

Anyone is welcome to join, if you would like to find out more please contact us.

    





Benefice News


















It is especially important at this time more than ever that we keep in touch with each other and our neighbours.


Grapevine weekly e-newsletter

Do you receive the Benefice Grapevine weekly e-newsletter? 

  

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 all the latest news and information from the Benefice, some interesting local articles, and updates on all our regular Church Services.

 

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).

 

Read this week's Grapevine newsletter here. 





Covid-19: current measures in place for your safety

Congregation in All Saints' Church 

We have put in place measures for those visiting our buildings to reduce the risk of infection to a minimum,  and we respectfully request that all visitors adhere to the guidelines, including:

 

  • Wearing of a face mask over your mouth and nose at all times
  • Using the hand sanitiser as you arrive and leave
  • Following the signage on seating and social distancing
  • Adhere to any request or instruction given by a leader or responsible person in charge 


 Heathfield Benefice on social media

 We have an active and up to date Heathfield Benefice Facebook page so if you would like to keep up to date and watch our live weekly reflections please find, like and follow us!  

 

We also have a YouTube channel with all our live-streamed and recorded services, if you subscribe you can get notifications any time a new video or premier is uploaded. 

 

Facebook and You Tube icons 

 

 


Making a donation

Heathfield Benefice has an exciting vision for growth, both in bringing more people to know God’s love for them, and responding to that love through service within our local community. We simply could not fulfil that vision without the generosity of so many people who provide their time, talents and financial support to the life and ministry of the Benefice.  

 

Regular giving helps us to plan our mission and ministry. If you would like to support our church by giving regularly or making a one-off donation you can find the different ways to do this here.