In line with the Church of England guidance regarding coronavirus, please note we are suspending public worship until further notice. We are currently live-streaming services via our Facebook Page at 10am each Sunday. For more details please see

We are all different, and so each Sunday there are services at 8.30am, 10am and 11.15am that are designed to help you encounter God in a variety of ways. The usual weekly service pattern across the Churches is listed below:

Sundays at 8.30am at Henfield or Woodmancote

A quiet said service of Holy Communion  using the poetic and beautiful words of the 1662 Book of Common Prayer (BCP)

  • 1st and 3rd Sundays:  Holy Communion at St. Peter’s Woodmancote. 
  • 2nd and 4th Sundays: Holy Communion at St. Peter’s, Henfield.

Sundays at 10.00am, all at St.Peter’s, Henfield

  • 1st Sunday:  Celebrate! All Age Worship. A service designed for the whole church family using  songs, hymns, activities, prayers and a short talk and lasting about 45 mins
  • 2nd, and 4th Sundays:  Parish Communion, with Children’s Church (Sunday School)A modern service of Holy Communion with hymns, prayers, readings, and a sermon/talk.
  • 3rd Sunday: Family Communion, with Children’s Church. A more informal service of Holy Communion with hymns, prayers, readings, and a short sermon/talk.

Sundays at 11.15am at Shermanbury or Woodmancote

Either a traditional Sung service of Matins (Morning Prayer) or Holy Communion using the poetic and beautiful words of the 1662 Book of Common Prayer (BCP), or a more modern sung Service of Holy Communion using the Common Worship Service book (CW)

  • 1st Sunday of the month: Matins (BCP)  at St. Giles’ Shermanbury. 
  • 2nd Sunday of the month: Holy Communion (CW)at St Peter’s Woodmancote.
  • 3rd Sunday of the month:  Holy Communion (BCP) at St. Giles’ Shermanbury. 
  • 4th Sunday of the month: Matins  (BCP)  at St. Peter’s Woodmancote. 

Other Sunday Services. 

  • St Peter’s@6; 1st and 3rd Sundays at St. Peter’s Henfield: 6:00pm  – 1st Sunday of the month.  A reflective said service of Holy Communion using contemporary language and including readings, prayers, a short sermon or reflection and some recorded music to aid prayer.  3rd Sunday of the month. Evening Worship. During this service we will sing hymns, listen to bible readings, pray,  and discuss how the themes of the readings relate to our daily lives.
  • 5th Sunday:  A service of Choral Evensong from the 1662 Book of Common Prayer with Hymns and a short sermon. This service will rotate around the 3 churches, and is  at the earlier time of 5.30pm; contact the church office for details.

– occasionally other services as announced – see the news feed/twitter feed or contact the church office for details.