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St Wilfrid’s Parish has two churches. St Wilfrid’s Church is the historic parish church of Haywards Heath, which was opened in 1865; the Presentation Church was opened in 1897. All are welcome to our services and activities.
St Wilfrid’s Church: 26 June 2016 - Trinity 5
Presentation Church: 26 June 2016 - Trinity 5
During term time at St Wilfrid’s we run Sunday School alongside our 9.30am Eucharist, on the second and fourth Sundays only. On the third Sunday of every month we offer a Family Worship service at 10.30am for families and children; this lasts less than half an hour, followed by refreshments.
Also during term time we run a Toddlers Service on Tuesdays at 2.00pm.
WHAT'S ON IN JUNE?
Next Sunday 26 June 2016 is Trinity 5. Our latest edition of Parish Focus (No. 34, Ascensiontide) is on the Parish Diary, News page.
The Sunday Link for 26 June has details of events over the coming week and beyond, including an Evening House Group meeting on 30th June and a charity lunch on 6th July.
Our Parish Focus 34 (Ascensiontide edition) can be downloaded from our Parish Diary, News page, as can our latest Parish Diary for 2016.
CHARITY OF THE MONTH FOR JUNE 2016
In June our charity of the month is Diocesan Family Support Work.
Our other 2016 charities of the month and Centenary Hall charity lunches
are listed in the online Parish Diary on the Parish Diary page.
FAMILY SUPPORT WORK (FSW)FSW - the Chichester Diocesan Association for Family Support Work - not only welcomes donations in cash or online; it also invites you to volunteer for a range of activities. See also above. Our parish regularly and gladly supports its fundraising efforts.
For a calendar of events and information about FSW
visit the FSW website.
Leaflets about our programme are at the back of St Wilfrid’s Church, which is usually open Monday to Saturday between 10am and 4pm.
You may notice our site’s colour changing occasionally. This reflects the seasons of the church year from Advent (just before Christmas) to Trinity (May to November). We now have the bright Easter colours, which will remain until Trinity Sunday.