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St Mary’s Church

St Mary's school and church sit side-by-side in the heart of the village

St Mary’s school and church sit side-by-side in the heart of the village

Willow class and their Easter Bonnets on their way in to St Mary's church for our annual Easter Service

Willow class and their Easter Bonnets on their way in to St Mary’s church for our annual Easter Service

Prince Caspian, a school production that was performed at St Mary's church

Prince Caspian, a school production that was performed at St Mary’s church

Maple class on their way in to St Mary's to perform our annual Nativity play

Maple class on their way in to St Mary’s to perform our annual Nativity play

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The church and the school are situated side-by-side in the heart of the village. This really enables us to work closely together to give children an inspired, supportive and loving atmosphere in which they can explore their spirituality in a safe and guided way.  Weekly assemblies are held in the church, and families are invited to join us for this collective worship. The weekly church services are very family friendly with special activities for primary school aged children at every service.

Rev Julie leads the address at our traditional church services – Christmas, Harvest, Easter and Leaver’s Services.  Parents are invited to attend these services which are advertised on our dates list.

The Church can be contacted on 01892 770436

or email  revjuliesear1@gmail.com

The Church’s website is http://www.hartfieldchurch.org

Key dates in the church calendar are;

Monday 13th February – Messy Monday at Church (love-themed!) – 1-3.30pm
Thursday 23rd February – Church presentation on ‘Heart for the Community’ project
Wednesday 1st March – Ash Wednesday collective worship – 2.30pm start
Friday 31st March – Easter Service at Church

For other key dates in the Church of England calendar please click here

 

Our school and church are part of the Diocese of Chichester.

Bishop of Lewes, The Right Reverend Richard Jackson

Our Bishop is The Right Reverend Richard Jackson was ordained Bishop of Lewes at Westminster Abbey in May 2014.

Chichester Cathedral

The Bishop of Lewes has responsibility for most of East Sussex (apart from some parishes to the north of Brighton, and east of East Grinstead), the parishes of Shoreham and Southwick and a few small areas of Kent.

For more information about the Diocese of Rochester please visit their website by clicking here