Holy Communion

Every Sunday at 8 a.m. for 40m
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Crawley (Worth)
Crawley

A quiet, contemplative start to Sunday to inspire you for the rest of the day using traditional prayers and readings from the Book of Common Prayer, spoken not sung. The poetic words, as well as St Nicholas's awe-inspiring Saxon arches, ensure you feel part of a long line of worshippers who have praised and sought God's help in this corner of Sussex down the ages.

Book of Common Prayer

Sung Eucharist

Every Sunday at 10 a.m. for 50m
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Church Road
Crawley (Worth)
Crawley

This is our main Sunday service with a strong musical content led by an excellent choir. Modern language is used but the music tends towards the more traditional. You can find out what music and hymns will be by checking the music lists on our website worthparish.org/about-worth-choir/

Refreshments Common Worship Family Friendly Sunday School / Organised Children's Activities

live streaming on Facebook most Tuesdays 10.30am from St Barnabas' Pound Hill

Every Tuesday at 10:30 a.m. for 30m
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Crawley (Worth)
Crawley

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Live streamed service

Eucharist

Every Thursday at 10:30 a.m. for 40m
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Church Road
Crawley (Worth)
Crawley

Short and welcoming Eucharist service held in the north transept a.k.a. the Blessed Sacrament Chapel - (turn left at the altar!) followed by coffee and refreshments.

Refreshments Common Worship

Silent Prayer Group

Thursday 13 August 2020, Thursday 10 September 2020, Thursday 08 October 2020, Thursday 12 November 2020, Thursday 10 December 2020 at 2:30 p.m. for 30m
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Church Road
Crawley (Worth)
Crawley

Have you ever tried silent prayer?

Every second Thursday in the month, resuming Thursday 13 August 2020, you are welcome here, for half an hour of silent prayer in the chapel at St NIcholas' (turn left at the altar!) Each meeting lasts 30 minutes and comprises a brief reading, silent contemplation and a closing prayer. If you would like to make time to simply be, to feel the silence and rest, you are very welcome, whether you are a regular at church or have never been before.

The group is named after St Julian of Norwich, a woman with a simple message of divine love and hope.

Prayers