Trinity Church Sissinghurst

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 held every Sunday morning: All Services currently start at 11am. There are also early Holy Communion Services at 8.00am on the first and fourth Sundays of the month.There is Sunday School on the second, third, fourth and fifth Sundays. There are two regular home Bible Study Groups, one on Thursday mornings and one on alternate Thursday evenings through most of the year. Our Rector is Revd. Fred Olney.

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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Next services:

Sunday 21st October - 21st Sunday after Trinity

  • 11.00am Holy Communion (CW) & Sunday School Preacher: Rev Fred Olney
  • 3.30 pm Messy Church in the Parish Room & John Martin Room

Sunday 28th October Bible Sunday

  • No 8am service
  • 11.00am Morning Worship John Mulrenan

Sunday 4th November All Saints Sunday

  • 8.00am Holy Communion (1662) Rev Fred Olney
  • 11.00am All Age Worship Rev Fred Olney

Friday and Saturday 7th and 8th December

    • Christmas Tree Festival.

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

Trinity Church

The Street, Sissinghurst

Cranbrook, Kent

TN17 2JL

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Village Organisations

Sissinghurst Castle - National Trust