Sunday 13th May we said farewell to John Walker. He has been organist at the Church of the Transfiguration for over 55 years! An astonishing feat of loyalty. He began playing as a boy and is a consumate pianist and organist. In addition to his work at Pyecombe he has also played for the Sussex … [Read more…]
An introduction to the organ A fantastic opportunity to find out how the pipe organ works and to have a go. Ideal for beginners, pianists interested in playing the church organ or volunteer organists wanting a refresher. There will also be information about other support offered to volunteer organists in Sussex. Venue: St Mary’s Church, … [Read more…]
A busy weekend ahead! Saturday 26th May there will be Coffee and Cake, and Cream Teas in the hall in Fulking. Come and browse the Books and rummage through the Bric-a-Brac in this delightful village setting 11.00am-4.00pm Sunday May 27th May 2-4pm: Plant sale in Pyecombe churchyard. Come and stock up on bedding plants and … [Read more…]
Family Support Wor are looking to recruit volunteer Bishop’s Champions to support and enhance the work of Family Support across the diocese. Chichester Association for Family Support Work is a diocesan charity that seeks to work with families in need. It has a particularly strong role in areas of deprivation. The Champions will play a key … [Read more…]
The following email was sent to me via this website. A contact from the Downland website Dear Reverend, Churchwardens and P.C.C. The Church of the Transfigeration, Pyecombe I felt compelled to send you a message of thanks. On Saturday 10th. March 2018 I walked part of the South Downs Way with the intention of reaching … [Read more…]
The recipe book has arrived in time for Christmas. They will be on sale after the services at Newtimber and Pyecombe on Sunday or email email@example.com They cost £7.50 each or you can buy 3 for £20. They make ideas Christmas presents and we can provide an A5 envelope if you want to post it … [Read more…]
Don’t forget to visit the Book Nook which opens on the third Sunday in the month (11.00 to 4.00) and every Wednesday (10.00 to 11.30).