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Billingshurst

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Welcome to our Website!

 

Trinity United Reformed Church is a small but active church in the Sussex village of Billingshurst. We are located on the mini roundabout where West Street (A272) joins the High Street at the southern end of the village; see the Contact Us page for a map and information about parking. We are one of a group of churches in the local area, our sister churches being Pulborough URC and Petworth URC.  Together we form the West Sussex Area Ministry of the United Reformed Church.


If you are new to Billingshurst or visiting the area, or do not attend a church at present but would like to join us, please accept our warm invitation to come along on a Sunday morning; our services start at 10.30am.

 

Our Church is warm and welcoming and we pride ourselves on having a happy family atmosphere in our worship and social activities.


We warmly welcome children and young families to Trinity URC. There is a creche available for children under the age of 3. Children aged 3 and above begin by joining their parents and the congregation in Church at 10.30 am every Sunday, before going to their Junior Church activities.


If you would like to download a copy of our Welcome Leaflet, please click here Welcome Leaflet.pdf

 

Our church is fitted with an audio system for those with hearing difficulties.

 

There is access to the Church for wheelchairs and we have disabled toilet facilities.

 

Baptisms, weddings and funeral services can be arranged with our Minister.

 

We are a Christian community in Billingshurst that is outward looking and is actively seeking to reach new people for Jesus Christ, where all may find welcome and acceptance and

may discover God through accessible worship; a community which shares its love of God and faith in Christ with people of the wider local community.