‘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, people have been worshipping God in our church for 930 years now. Our aim is to continue this tradition of faith and service in a relevant and meaningful way today.

We are delighted that the churches are now able to open for Sunday services and private prayer. Hours vary so please check the schedule before visiting. Please read this to learn more about how our churches are reopening and what precautions are being taken to keep you safe.  If you are joining us for public worship on Sunday please reserve a place by midday on Saturday so that we can ensure a safe environment for all attending. (Call 01342 810 183 or email mothernicol@gmail.com)


Please click on the image below to watch this short film of a walkthrough tour of visiting the church for private prayer during lockdown and to see the measures taken to keep you safe.

Visiting the Church during Lockdown.


We are streaming our 10.30am Sunday Service via facebook live and archiving it later the same day on YouTube

This week

Social distancing reduces the number of seats available in our churches – if you’re planning to join us for public worship on Sunday please reserve a place by midday on Saturday so that we can ensure a safe environment for all attending. (Call 01342 810 183 or email mothernicol@gmail.com).

Opening hours for private prayer.

Monday 10th August          Closed

Tuesday 11th August          Closed

Wednesday 12th August  
9.00am – 10.30am              St Margaret’s, West Hoathly.

Thursday 13th August     
2.00pm – 3.30pm              St. Margaret’s West Hoathly.

Friday 14th August
2.00pm – 3.30pm              All Saints’, Highbrook.

Saturday 15th August
9.00am – 10.30am              St Margaret’s, West Hoathly.

Sunday Services

Sunday 9th August. The Ninth Sunday after Trinity.

9.00am               Holy Communion, BCP, All Saints’ Highbrook.

10.30am            Eucharist.
Open to all and simultaneously via live stream here via Facebook
Download the service sheet here

11.30am             Eucharist, St Margaret’s.  This service is reserved for the elderly and/or vulnerable. All seats will be changed and public areas of the church cleaned following the 10.30am service

Click to read our Parish Notices for the Ninth Sunday after Trinity.

All services 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” (June 2020) – Readings and Prayers for Ordinary Time


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