A TRADITIONAL ANGLICAN CHURCH
USING THE BOOK OF COMMON PRAYER

Open daily for services, meditation, prayer and visits

WELCOME

St Thomas à Becket is an ancient and peaceful church, situated at the end of Cliffe High Street in the East Sussex county town of Lewes.
Apart from daily services, according to the Book of Common Prayer, the friendly congregation also offer a range of social activities in the neighbouring Cliffe Hall – see News & Events.
We look forward to welcoming you to this oasis of calm and tranquillity, whether for a visit, meditation, private prayer or to one of our regular services. Full details in our monthly Parish News.

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REGULAR SERVICES

SUNDAYS

BCP Parish Eucharist – 9.45am.
Join us afterwards for coffee in the hall, next door.
BCP Evening Prayer (said)
at 6.30pm.

DAILY (Mon-Sat)

BCP Mattins and Eucharist at 7am
BCP Evening Prayer at 6pm

THURSDAYS

BCP Eucharist (said) at 10am

We are corporate members of the PBSprayer-book-logo

TESTIMONIALS

Many of our visitors, often from far and wide, leave us heartfelt comments which we share with you….

“Dad showed me where he sat as a choirboy (1930-24) – amazing.”

D&S P, Felixstowe

“O how amiable are thy dwellings; thou Lord of hosts!”, Ps 84 v1

Rev'd DRMS, West Midlands

“Stumbled upon this lovely little church while visiting Lewes for the day – wonderful!”

“Thank you for keeping this church open. I found myself moved by a sense of tradition. Jesus is alive and I pray that those who visit here will sense His love for them.”

CS, East Sussex

“Nice to see the church open for visitors – somewhere to retreat to; a peaceful place with a deep sense of history.”

PC, London

“The peace of God, which passeth all understanding, is truly present here.”

KD, Carlisle

“At last, I have found a church using the 1662 Book of Common Prayer.”

ML, Sittingbourne

“I am a direct male descendent of Marjory and James Morris, two of the [17] Sussex Martyrs burnt at the stake in Lewes. I had to visit.”

SM, Australia

“A beautiful, calm place to gather strength.”

AR, Brighton