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Choral Evensong at St. Peter’s Henfield, Sunday 30th October 2016

For those who enjoy the sung service of Evensong from the Book of Common Prayer come to St.Peter’s, Henfield on Sunday 30th October. Tea and cake will be available from 4.30pm and the service starts at 5.30pm.

The Keys present Songs of Stage and Screen. Friday 4th November 2016

At 7.30pm on Friday 4th November 2016 at St. Peter’s Church, Henfield, the Keys present Sidonie Winter, mezzo-sporano, Mark Beesley, bass and Lesley Anne Sammons, piano entertaining us with songs from stage and screen.

Tickets cost £10 and are available from Henfield furnishings/Cook shop on Henfield High Street, via the Church office  or on the door.

This will be a fabulous evening’s entertainment. Refreshments will be available during the interval and all profits will be given to the charities supported by St. Peter’s Church.


The Friends of St. Giles’ 1950’s revival night.

The Friends of St Giles’ Shermanbury invite you to a second revival night at the Henfield Hall on Saturday 24th September. Doors open at 7.15pm for an 8pm start.

Dress up in your best 1950’s gear and dance to music of the era provided by the Swingshift big Band.  The best dressed will receive a bottle of champagne.

Bar and Hotdogs avaiable.

Tickets cost £18 and are available from Village Care in Henfield High Street

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New Evening Services at Henfield and Woodmancote

This week sees a the start of two new evening services  both designed to take some time in the midst of a busy week to meet with God in silence and prayer.

On Tuesday evenings at St. Peter’s, Henfield the service of Compline (night prayers) will be said at 8pm. This service by candlelight  includes prayers, a short reading, a psalm, and plenty of time to turn our hearts towards God in silent prayer. The service also begins and ends with gentle meditative music.

In the late afternoons on Wednesday’s at St.Peter’s, Woodmancote, a traditional form of Evening prayer will be said  at 5.30pm using the words from the Book of Common Prayer. Again there will be an opportunity to engage in silent prayer and also to pray for the community, the world and those who are suffering in any way.

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