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Welcome to Churches Together in Heathfield and District


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Discover how the churches in Heathfield and District are sharing and working together.

We hope you'll visit our forthcoming events and joint services. Please see the
What's On section for details.


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‘Churches Together in Heathfield & District unites in pilgrimage those Churches who acknowledge God’s revelation in Christ and confess the Lord Jesus Christ 

as God and Saviour according to the scriptures. 

We have committed ourselves to work together, 

in obedience to God’s will and in the power of the 

Holy Spirit’. 




 Heathfield is a small rural town in East Sussex which grew rapidly after the coming of the railway - later to be axed in the Beeching Plan. It has a population of about 8000. Heathfield  had two parishes: Old Heathfield and Waldron but after its growth a third parish was formed - St. Richard's, and the area of Cross-in Hand developed as a part of Waldron on the main A267 road (Eastbourne to Tunbridge Wells).


 Officers of Churches Together In Heathfield and District

Moderator          George Dearsley 01435 862362  geedlin@aol.com       


Vice-Moderator  Canon Paul G Cox 01435 868814 pgrahamcox13@gmail.com


Secretary           Miss Sue Mumford   01580 819415   susan.mumford6@mypostoffice.co.uk 


Treasurer           Michael Lamble        01435 863180 






 The CTH & District Forum (members of the clergy and lay representatives appointed by all member churches) meets upto six times a year and the Executive (representative clergy and laiety) meets frequently on a regular basis. Together with the Vice-Moderator and a few lay representatives the Fraternal form a planning group to work out Events and general business of CTH  & District


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