Church Open to Visitors
The church is usually open daily from 9am for visitors and for private prayer.
Families and Children
Children are welcome at all services. There is an area towards the back of the church with crayons and toys, where parents can sit with their children if they become restless.
Tea and coffee is served after the Parish Eucharist so please stay, chat and share in our fellowship together.
If you are new to the area, or have experienced illness, bereavement, family difficulties, etc., you may wish to speak with one of our clergy – perhaps to arrange a meeting, or a visit for a Home Communion. If so, please see the Contact page for details.
The Good Book Club
A daytime House Group, meeting fortnightly on Wednesday at 2:30pm in the village, to discuss various books of the Bible – currently, the Gospel according to Luke.
For more information about the group, and where it meets, please speak to Judy Penhaligon.
Coffee and Cake
Mary Tucker is kindly hosting “coffee & cake” at her house after the Wednesday morning Holy Communion service. Pop in to St Peter's Cottage any time after 10:30am for a warm welcome.
Morning refreshments will be hosted on alternate weeks with “The Good Book Club”.
Everyone is welcome to drop in to Friday Café in Cowfold Village Hall between 10 and 12 every Friday morning for refreshments and companionship.
Social and Fundraising Events
Events during the year aim to raise funds for our church, whether for general running costs or for special projects. These are excellent opportunities to meet or make friends.
Please see the Calendar or Events pages for events taking place in the near future.
Cowfold Church has six bells and welcomes beginners and experienced ringers to join them. Ringing for services begins at 9.30am for the 1st Sunday in the month, and at 10.45am for the 4th & 5th Sundays.
If you would like more information, please contact Stella Bianco (Tower Captain) firstname.lastname@example.org, or Andrea Lacey (Tower Correspondent) email@example.com.
The Flower Club meets in church to make arrangements of flowers and to share hints and tips. Some examples of their displays may be seen on the Gallery pages.
For more information and for future course dates, please contact Mary Chamberlin on 01403 864405.