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Welcome to our Online Virtual Worship for Sunday 29 March 2020

"Seeking to bring Jesus Christ into the heart of our Community"

 This Morning's Service


This Morning's Songs

Waiting Here for you
You Chose the Cross
Creator God
Worth it All
To God Be The Glory

This Morning's Reading

Matthew 22 v1-14

Sunday Rocks Teaching (Older Group)

Sunday Rocks Teaching (Younger Group)




Martin  Shäron King

Whether this is your first visit to Rudgwick Church or you have been coming to worship with us for many years, we trust that you will find us welcoming. We are an Anglican Church and part of the Diocese of Chichester.  As a lively and active church, we have a lot going on and we thank God daily for all He is doing in our village and community. We hope you enjoy looking around our website and look forward to welcoming you in due course.

Martin King,
Vicar of Rudgwick

Holy Trinity

Coronavirus

With the Spread of Coronavirus Archbishops Justin Welby and John Sentamu have announced that it was now necessary to put public services on hold until further notice.

During this time we will be offering online services.  If you haven't already done so, please sign up to receive email updates from the Church (including details of our online services).

Download the #ViralKindness postcard to print out

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Church Office

Please note that the Church office is now closed and our Administrator is working from home.  If you need to contact the Church office, please do so via email or using the Contact us page.

If you need to speak to someone please phone the Vicar on 822127.

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Sunday
10.30am Online Virtual Worship
on this website!

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Following the Prime Minister’s announcement on 23 March 2020, Holy Trinity Church is now locked until further notice.

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