News: Upcoming Events

Posted on 29th August 2019

St John the Evangelist, Lower Church Road, Burgess Hill, RH15 9AA

Saturday 21st September at 2pm, we will be holding a Cello Recital and Cream Tea – Advance Tickets only (so we can cater for the cream tea)

Tuesday 1st October at 11am, a local artist – will be launching a picture of the Church in the Spire Cafe – come in and meet the artist.

Kind regards, Amelia Georgiou
Parish Administrator 01444 230499,


September 19th, 7.30 for 8pm

Tapas Time

In association with Burgess Hill District Lions Club Selected Tapas Menu (Drinks extra)

Thursday 19th September, Tapas Time 76 Church Walk, Burgess Hill

£20 per ticket – limited to 48 places.  Contact Tony Parris 01444 243003

Desk Village, Hurstpierpoint

Use this link for details of a CPD event in September

Quiz Night

Please come and join us to raise money for Age UK West Sussex

Cherry Tree Centre,  Bring a bottle

THURSDAY 5th September 2019

6.30pm – 9.00pm   Tickets Cost £12

To book your place 01444 236497

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