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Welcome to the website of St Margaret’s church, West Hoathly where you can find out more about us.

Due to the potential risk of infection at the moment both PCCs and Mother Nicol have decided to close the church for communal Sunday worship.  All services will be online.

If you visit the churches on Wednesday or Sunday please follow all the hygiene procedures (wear a mask, use hand sanitiser, sign in on the form for Track & Trace, and use the new ‘seat used’ signs so other people will know which seats have been used during the day).

Do you need help getting to a vaccination appointment?
If you need a lift to get to a vaccination appointment, Helen Scott has a list of friendly neighbours who are willing to drive.
Please give her a call if you need a lift: 01342 811845 or 07887 928442

This week.


Tuesday 23rd February
1.00pm   
Funeral of Les Biddlecombe.
Formerly of Duckyls Farm and Image Cross, Top Road.
Les died peacefully after a short illness at Westall House care facility on 3rd February 2021.
In accordance with current government guidelines attendees are limited to 30.

Those wishing to attend, please contact Masters & Son (Funeral Director) Tel. 01444-482107.
Family flowers only, anyone wishing to make a donation, contributions will be sent to  West Hoathly Royal British Legion via Masters & Son’s website.

Sunday 28th February, The Second Sunday of Lent.

10.30am    Eucharist, live streamed from St Margaret’s.
This service will be live-streamed via facebook.
Download the service sheet here 

6.00pm      Evensong (BCP) pre-recorded and streamed via Youtube from
All Saints’, Highbrook. Download the service sheet here

Click to read this week’s Parish Notices. 

Lent Booklet. Download A Journey Through Lent here.

How did you fare in our brain teasing New(ish) Year quiz? Here are the answers.

All streamed services (not including funerals) will be archived later the same day here on our YouTube Channel.

Community Response – Support and Help during the Covid-19 Pandemic.

Please click here to download the booklet Worship for those who need to stay at home Version 4. February – April 2021.

 

The latest news from the Diocese of Chichester.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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