Future Dates
for Your Diary

Dec
12
Tue
2017
Joint Carol Concert at Abbey Church
Dec 12 at 11:30 am – 12:30 pm

Music by Worth Schola and Ardingly College Schola for the Circle Club and local nursing homes. All are welcome.

Dec
13
Wed
2017
Christian Meditation Group at Blessed Sacrament Chapel
Dec 13 at 7:45 pm – 8:45 pm

Followed by Compline

Welcome to Worth Abbey Parish

Centred on the Benedictine monastic community at Worth Abbey, our parish is in the Sussex Weald near the village of Turners Hill, just south of Crawley. A parish of the Diocese of Arundel and Brighton, it is a living and learning community where faith can develop and the lives of its people be enriched.

Worth Abbey Parish is a friendly Christian church, a place where people of all ages and backgrounds can discover a way of living life more fully through developing a closer relationship with the person of Christ in a community of believers. Our common faith tells us that we are the loved people of a God who stops at nothing to show us this love; and through the mysterious working of the Lord Jesus in his Church we are allowed to share His Divine power.

Worth Abbey is a community where people worship, learn and share and where the important milestones of faith are celebrated. There are many opportunities in the parish for individuals of all ages, and families, to develop and explore faith and to learn more about the Church. All are welcome – whatever their background, knowledge and experience.

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Have you ever thought of having a Reverse Advent Calendar? It is a great way to support your local food bank. This Advent, find a large box and every day put something in it which is a non-perishable. Treats as well as basics are good. By Christmas you will have a box full of good things to donate to your local food bank. Winter can be an especially difficult time for those on low incomes when more money is needed for heating.

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Pope’s Worldwide Prayer Network December Intention

That the elderly, sustained by families and Christian communities, may apply their wisdom and experience to spreading the faith and forming the new generations.