Welcome to Withyham Parish Church
The Church of St Michael and All Angels serves the parish of Withyham, East Sussex, and gives a warm welcome to all visitors.
Our ancient church provides a beautiful setting for Anglican worship. In our Sunday services we try to combine the best of the old styles
with the best of the new.
We follow The Book of Common Prayer (1662) at Choral Matins (11am) and Evensong (6.30pm) every Sunday.
On the first Sunday of the month, the Sung Eucharist (Common Worship) replaces Matins.
On alternate Sundays we use the more informal Common Worship (2000) at our Family Service (9.45am).
For times and dates see the Services page.
We are very lucky to have a good organist and choir to lead the worship at the 11.00 am and 6.30 pm Sunday services.
We value the presence of children at our informal Family Service (9.45 am on the 2nd Sunday of the month) and at our Family Eucharist
(9.45 am on the 4th Sunday of the month). There is a children's choir.
Times vary at major festivals (eg Easter, Christmas, Mothering Sunday and Harvest). Please see the Services page.
Unfortunately we do not have a resident parish priest at present; we are in an interregnum and are actively seeking a new priest.
There are toilet facilities at the Church which are available whenever there is a service
All Saints Church, Blackham.
There is a Holy Communion (said, Common Worship) on the 1st and 3rd Sundays of the month.
However, during the interregnum, there will be no services at All Saints Church,Blackham
Unfortunately, we cannot always leave our churches unlocked, and so,
if you wish to visit outside service times, please phone the Rectory in advance.
For a history of the parish church see History page. .