Parish Kalendar


For baptisms, weddings and funerals please contact the rector. Confessions are by appointment.

Morning Prayer is normally said at 8:30am in Catsfield on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday and in Crowhurst on Wednesday. Evening Prayer is normally said in Catsfield at 5pm Monday to Wednesday. During term-time Crowhurst School has a weekly Wednesday service at 9:10am.

2 Harvest Festival, Family Communion, Catsfield 9:15am; Crowhurst (Parade Service) 11am

5 Holy Communion, Crowhurst, 10am

6 St Faith, Holy Comunion, Catsfield, 9:30am

9 Sixteenth Sunday after Trinity, Parish Communion, Catsfield, 9:15am; Crowhurst 11am

12 St Wilfrid*, Holy Communion, Crowhurst,10am

13 St Edward the Confessor, Holy Communion, Catsfield, 9:30am

16 Seventeenth Sunday after Trinity, Parish Communion, Catsfield, 9:15am; Crowhurst 11am


19 St Luke the Evangelist, Holy Communion, Crowhurst, 10am

20 Feria, Holy Communion, Catsfield, 9:30am

23 Dedication Festival, Parish Communion, Catsfield, 9:15am; Crowhurst 11am

26 St Cedd, Holy Communion, Crowhurst 10am

27 St Simon and St Jude, Apostles, Holy Communion, Catsfield, 9:30am

30 All Saints’ Sunday, Parish Communion, Catsfield, 9:15am; Crowhurst, 11am

31 All Hallows’ Eve, Crowhurst, Procession from Village Hall for Service of Light in the Church. (6pm start at hall)

* St Wilfrid traditionally receives the credit for bringing the Christian faith to Sussex. He was educated at the island school at Lindisfarne, off the Northumbrian coast, and was swiftly recognized to be a deeply talented man. He became a bishop and spent much of his life in the north of England, but he also landed at Selsey, in Sussex, and began the process of sharing the Christian faith here. It is said that he was met by hostility to begin with, but when he showed the locals how to catch fish with a line and hook they began to trusted him. Wilfrid is usually shown with a fish, in Sussex, as a reminder of this story and to illustrate that all followers of Jesus Christ are to fulfil his command to ‘become fishers of men.’


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