St Philip's, Burwash Weald
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A lovely church well worth a visit. Beautifully attended. Built 141 years ago it was a result of the vision of the Trower Sisters.
The site of the church was given by Miss Georgina Trower of Hollyhurst Farm (now Buckles), Burwash Common; the foundation stone was laid on 20 August 1866 and the Bishop of Chichester consecrated the church on 29 August 1867. The architect was William Slater, and the builders were Messrs Baldock and Brooker of Hurst Green. Burwash Weald was constituted a consolidated chapelry in October 1877, created from the parishes of Burwash, Mayfield and Heathfield.
WE ARE PART OF THE UNITED BENEFICE OF BURWASH AND ETCHINGHAM . THIS WILL BE UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF REV. SALLY EPPS.
We are delighted to announce that after 4 years that we will be joined by REV GRAHAM LEWIS. Graham has been appointed as Non-Stipendiary (House for Duty) Priest in Charge of the parish of St Philip, Burwash Weald and we look forward to him taking up his position in February 2016. We welcome Graham and very much look forward to him joining us. Graham will be licended on the 24th February at 19:30
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