All Saints, Heathfield
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All Saints, Heathfield, is situated in the heart of East Sussex and is an attractive 13th Century building with a large churchyard. The daughter church, St George's is situated in the nearby village of Broad Oak and houses the parish room.
All Saints has many lovely stained glass windows, but the one of special interest commemorates the foundation of the first settlement at Jamestown in Virginia USA in 1607. The Reverend Robert Hunt, the then vicar at All Saints, was appointed chaplain and accompanied the first fleet of settlers, celebrating the first Anglican Communion in the New World.
We are grateful to the Friends of the church who raised the money for the provision of a community area (The Space) complete with fitted kitchen and WC at the back of church. There is also a new heating system. .
You will find a warm welcome at our church.
We will shortly become a united benefice with St Richard's church, Heathfield. Both parishes are currently in a vacancy.
Our parish mission statement is based on 1 Thessalonians 1:3 - We are a parish that, in our churches and wider community, aims to keep to the Scriptural principles of work produced by faith, labour prompted by love, and endurance inspired by hope in our Lord Jesus Christ.
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