Trinity Church Sissinghurst

The United Benefice of Sissinghurst with Frittenden

Queen's Sermon

If you were in church for The Thanksgiving Service for The Queen you will have heard Pete use the "Queen's Sermon" as part of his own sermon. It's an inspiring compilation of the Queen's words, taken mainly from her Christmas broadcasts, which sets out her deep Christian beliefs. If you would like to see or keep a copy for yourself, you can now download one as a pdf by clicking pdf here. You can also hear just the reading and the sermon from this service by clicking listen here.

Please click here to subscribe to our email church newsletter Services are recorded for later listening on our website.

Sunday 9th October 10.00am.

Food donations welcome,

Tinned Meat ( Curry, Chilli, Meat Balls, Hot Dogs, Pies, etc. ) Tinned Veg (Peas, Carrots, Potatoes, etc.) Tinned Fish-Pasta Sauces--Soups (Tinned & Packets-Tinned Desserts (Fruit, Custard, Rice Pudding, etc.) Long Life Milk-Tinned Potatoes-Dried Rice/Pasta Tea/Coffee-Biscuits--Packet Noodles -Hygiene & Baby Products -Cereal

Huge thanks on behalf of all the recipients...

Upcoming Services and Events

Sunday 2nd October 10.00am Morning Worship at Trinity with Tony Staples preaching..

Wednesday 5th October 10.00am Bring and Buy Coffee Morning in aid of TearFund at Trinity's Parish Room

Sunday 9th October 10.00am Harvest Service at Trinity with participation from Sissinghurst Primary School. Groups for Pre-school and Primary age children.

Sunday 16th October

8.30am Holy Communion Traditional (BCP) at Trinity with Coffee afterwards.

Also 10.00am Harvest Festival Holy Communion (CW) at St Mary’s Frittenden (with Sunday Club for children)

Sunday 23rd October

10.00am Bible Sunday Morning Worship at Trinity (with W2 for younger people and Sunday Club for children) Coffee afterwards.

Sunday 30th October

10.00am United Benefice of Sissinghurst with Frittenden All Saints Service at St Mary’s Frittenden

Services are recorded too.

Most Services are available as recordings too. Please click here for the latest recorded service.

Thanks, Pete, Penny, Fraser, Tim

Trusting God in a time of uncertainty?

Welcome to Trinity Church, Sissinghurst, Kent, UK.

Trinity Church is in the parish of Sissinghurst, Kent. It stands on the main street running through the village. Sissinghurst is world famous for The National Trust's Sissinghurst Castle and Gardens, the former home and estate of Vita Sackville-West and Harold Nicolson.

Services are in church and are also recorded. There is a Service at Trinity Sissinghurst every Sunday, see schedule above. We have Sunday Club for youngsters. We have a regular Families Together event outside of the main services. There are two regular home Bible Study Groups, through most of the year. Our Rector, Pete Deaves started with us in February 2020. Pete is married to Claire and they have three children, Phoebe, Jemimah and Mollie.

If you're not currently a member of our church - we'd like to take this opportunity to invite you to one of our weekly services, we'd be delighted to see you and you'll be certain of a friendly welcome. Feel free to contact our Rector or one of our Church Wardens.

We seek to be a place where: God is worshiped, Jesus Christ is proclaimed and the community is served.

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Follow this link to the website of St Mary's Church Frittenden, which is in the same benefice, alternating services on Sunday at 10.00am or 6.00pm

Trinity Church is intrinsically linked to the local primary school here in the Village ........


Safeguarding at Trinity Church – for our approach and contact details click here

Trinity Church

The Street, Sissinghurst

Cranbrook, Kent

TN17 2JL


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Village Organisations

Sissinghurst Castle - National Trust