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 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….

Thank you for providing a resting place between travels; and to St Thomas for his protection, and the ‘powers that be’ for remaining open.

Carole, Cornwall

“Great to visit such a historic and tranquil church; beautiful stained glass.”

PMBJ, Angus

“A lovely church, thank you for having it open: it helped at a time of trial and challenge.”

JL & PM, Hove

“Our happiest memories of Lewes are of St Thomas’ and its welcome. A wonderful feeling of continuity and resilience.”

J&B W, Spain

“I first came to this church in wartime with my grandmother; am so glad it is still here. I loved Lewes.”

RA, Vancouver

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

ML, Sittingbourne

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

KD, Carlisle

“What a wonderful place to visit and absorb the magical atmosphere. Our ancestors were married here – in 1802!”

J&J G, Suffolk

“Thank you, Lord, for this place of peace for all to enter and reflect. I now feel at peace.”

AB