The Parish Church of St. Thomas the Martyr, Winchelsea, welcomes visitors and is usually open in the daytime.
Winchelsea is about 8 miles east of Hastings and 3 miles west of Rye, East Sussex.
Use the post code TN36 4EB for Sat Nav devices and www.streetmap.co.uk
Holy Week and Easter
13th: Palm Sunday
9.15am at St Richardís: Said Eucharist with Hymns
10.30am at St Thomas':
Procession, Reading of the Passion and Sung Eucharist
6pm at St Thomas': The Cross of Christ
Readings, Anthems, Prayers and Hymns for Holy Week
with the combined church choirs of
Icklesham and Winchelsea
6pm on Monday 14th, Tuesday 14th, Wednesday 16th:
Address and Compline at All Saints and St Nicolas, Icklesham
7.30pm on Wednesday 16th:
Reflections for Holy Week at Wesley's Chapel
17th: Maundy Thursday
8pm at St Thomas': Eucharist of the Last Supper and Watch
18th: Good Friday
12 noon at St Thomas': Stations of the Cross
2pm at St Thomas':
Meditation on the Passion with Veneration of the Cross
19th: Holy Saturday
9.30am at St Thomas': Morning Prayer
8pm at St Thomas': Vigil and First Eucharist of Easter
20th: Easter Day
6.30am at Winchelsea Beach: Sunrise Service
A joint service with Rye Baptist Church on the beach at the end of Dogs Hill Road
followed by a simple breakfast at St Richard's
9.15am at St Richardís: Easter Eucharist with Hymns
10.30am at St Thomas': Easter Sung Eucharist
Welcome to the website of Winchelsea Parish Church, which we hope you will find useful and informative.
St Thomasís lies at the heart of Winchelsea and is open to all. We seek to care for all members of our community in a loving Christian environment.
To arrange a christening or a wedding, or a funeral in church, please contact one of the churchwardens
Winchelsea is one half of the Joint Benefice of Winchelsea and Icklesham. Do join us at either venue, or at our daughter church of St Richardís, Winchelsea Beach. A warm welcome awaits you.
At St. Thomasís our main service on Sunday is at 10.30am