Welcome to the website for the united benefice of Ashburnham with Penhurst. Here you will find information about our churches, and the events and activities which are part of our church and village life. Our desire is to know, love and to follow Jesus Christ in our homes, our church family and in the communities where we live and work.
Our aim is to be a church that is accessible to everyone, wherever they are coming from, and to be a place where people can experience healing and restoration. We want to provide the opportunity for all to grow in faith and commitment to Jesus Christ whatever their age.
We have one service each Sunday at 10.30 am.
Our services are informal yet orderly, often following the liturgy of Common Worship. We seek to be led by the Holy Spirit. All members are given the opportunity to share what God is doing in their lives if they wish.
Our services are being held with no restrictions although we encourage you to wear a mask. There will be sanitiser and track and trace information as you arrive.
Everyone is welcome!
The church building is open for private prayer every day. Please follow the guidelines to keep everyone safe from the risk of infection.
CONTACT DETAILS FOR THE VICAR
Revd Gary Cregeen
Priest-in-Charge of Ashburnham with Penhurst
& Rural Officer for East Sussex
Agmerhurst Granary, Kitchenham Road, Ashburnham, Battle, TN33 9NA
T: 01424 612324
At St. Peter's we often join with friends at Ashburnham Chapel for shared services and events. To contact them and find out lots more about The Chapel see their website here
Find out more about activities, groups and events in Ashburnham and Penhurst on the village website here
tel: 01424 892253
We are fully committed to the safety of everyone in our care; all our leaders are DBS checked, and occasional helpers are closely supervised. We aim to abide by Diocesan child protection and safeguarding guidelines.
Our Parish Safeguarding Officers are:
Sharon Gulliver 07901 5686607 for Ashburnham
James Fraser 01825 714718 for Penhurst
We proudly produce a weekly newsheet for St Peters and Ashburnham Chapel. If you would like an item including or you would like to receive a copy please contact the Editor as shown below