Trinity Church Sissinghurst

Holy Communion Common Worship Sunday May 9th at Trinity Church 10.00am. Preaching: Rev Pete Deaves

Evening Worship May 9th at St Mary's Frittenden at 6.00pm. Preaching: Rev Pete Deaves

Full details in our Church weekly newsletter.

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Upcoming Services


10:00am HC Common Worship – Trinity

4:00pm Families Together – St Mary’s

6:00pm Evening Worship – St Mary’s


10:00am HC Common Worship - St Mary’s

6:00pm Evening Worship – Trinity


10:00am Morning Worship – Trinity

4:00pm Families Together – Trinity

6:00pm HC (Book of Common Prayer) – St Mary’s


10:00am Joint Benefice Service – St Mary’s

Please book for Trinity via Penny ( or 712612) and for St Mary's via Joanna ( or 852312) to enable us to prepare in advance. Masks required unless exempt

Moving Mountains - Caring for Creation

Please click here to view the initial action points we will be taking as a local church benefice to help with issues of climate change and the balance of nature together with our prayers for the success of global actions. With many thanks to Sophie Beech at St Mary's Frittenden for putting this together.

Services available online too

Our Services are now back in church but they are available online too. Please click on the link below which will take you through to the website of our united joint benefice church St Mary's Frittenden where the latest recorded services for our two churches are all available. . For those without internet the latest service can be listened to on the phone on 01580 234185 (local call rate). You will also find other recent services on the Recorded Online Services link below. For a schedule of upcoming services and events please click Online Services, Church Services and Events.

Stay Safe.

Thank you, Pete, Penny, Tim

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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 back in church and are also available online. There is a Service at Trinity Sissinghurst every Sunday, alternating between 10.00am and 6.00pm, see schedule above. We are planning services jointly with our sister benefice church, St Mary's Frittenden. Sunday School should be starting up again in the summer. We do though 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, Services on Sunday at 09:30am.

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