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We are delighted to announce that after a nineteen-month interregnum, a new Priest in Charge has been appointed for St Margaret’s Church, West Hoathly and All Saints Church, Highbrook.

The Rev’d Nicol Kinrade is currently Assistant Curate in the Parishes of Ditchling, Streat and Westmeston and her licencing will take place on Tuesday 13th November 2018 – 7.30pm at St Margaret’s Church.

Rev’d Nicol will be full time Priest in Charge and will live at the Vicarage in West Hoathly.  Please continue to use the churchwardens as your first point of contact until 14th November.

We look forward to welcoming her and her husband Paul as she starts her new ministry within our communities.

Erica and Margaret,
Churchwardens of St Margaret’s, West Hoathly

‘To do justice, love mercy and walk humbly with our God’  

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

We are a friendly Anglican church and welcome visitors to join our services. People have been worshipping God in our church for 926 years now. Our aim is to continue this tradition of faith and service in a relevant and meaningful way today.

Services  continue to be held during the interregnum at St. Margaret’s & All Saints with any changes updated regularly on the website.

St. Margaret’s is open for you to visit, pray or just find a quiet place every day during office hours.  If you are travelling a long way to visit us please feel free to telephone or email us first.

This week

Tuesday 13th November
7.30pm  Licensing Service of the Reverend Nicol Kinrade, St. Margaret’s.

18th November Second Sunday before Advent.
8am    Holy Communion, BCP, St. Margaret’s.
10am  Family Service, St. Margaret’s.
3pm    Evensong, All Saints.

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St Margaret's West HoathlyNovember 11th, 2018 at 4:44pm
The bell ringing team on Remembrance Day for the morning service - don't forget to listen out for the church bells tonight as they ring at 7.05pm as part of Ringing for Peace - just after the beacon is lit on Finches Field.
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St Margaret's West HoathlyNovember 11th, 2018 at 3:53pm
Thank you to everyone who helped make today's Remembrance Day Service such a success - a tremendous turnout from all the organisations represented and standing room only!
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St Margaret's West HoathlyNovember 11th, 2018 at 3:44pm
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St Margaret's West HoathlyNovember 10th, 2018 at 11:43pm
Ready for Remembrance Sunday with this wonderful poppy projected onto the church tower tonight.
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St Margaret's West HoathlyNovember 10th, 2018 at 5:04pm
Join us at the #Armistice100 Remembrance Day Service at 10.45am. Details of services and the evening Beacon lighting at Finches Field in the link. http://westhoathly.org.uk/remembranceday2018
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St Margaret's West HoathlyNovember 9th, 2018 at 10:13pm
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St Margaret's West HoathlyNovember 1st, 2018 at 7:15pm
Join us for a Celebration of the Centenary of the end of World War One on Saturday 10th November.
An evening not to be missed. With the Sweetheart Swing trio, light war – time supper, dancing, war time dress optional, bring your own bottle.
Tickets £20 from Derek Shurvell 01342 810780 derekshurvell@gmail.com An event for the community to come together at this special time of anniversary, in aid of the Church Extension Fund.
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St Margaret's West HoathlyOctober 20th, 2018 at 4:38pm
A few pics from last night's thank you dinner at Patrick's Barn for our churchwardens Erica and Margaret & the clergy who have helped us through the interregnum.
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