Pastoral Letters and Worship Info


Trinity United Reformed Church Billingshurst

On this page, during the period that normal church activities and services are suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we will be posting letters, articles and worship information provided by our Minister Revd Anne Lewitt and other contributors.  Please click on the links below to open a document.


A prayer for Lock-Down


Bulletin from Anne Lewitt for Sunday 28th June

Here are links to some of the hymns, including the one Anne mentions at the end:

Brother, Sister, let me serve you

Christ is the world's light

Let us build a house


Letter from Anne Lewitt 2nd July 2020


Bulletin from Anne Lewitt for Sunday 5th July 2020

Here is a link to the second hymn with the tune to which we normally sing it at Trinity called Kingsfold - a traditional English folk tune named after the village to the north of Billingshurst where it was collected by Lucy Broadwood and then arranged by Vaughan Williams.  I heard the voice of Jesus say    

The final hymn is also sung to a traditional tune - Irish this time - often called the Londonderry Air.  I cannot tell why he ....


Letter from Anne Lewitt 9th July 2020


Bulletin from Anne Lewitt for Sunday 12th July 2020


Letter from Anne Lewitt 16th July 2020


Bulletin from Anne Lewitt for Sunday 19th July 2020


Letter from Anne Lewitt 23rd July 2020


Bulletin from Anne Lewitt for Sunday 26th July 2020

A couple of the hymns may be less familiar; here are links to to the tunes we normally sing at Trinity:

Come, living God, when least expected (R&S 354 - Sunset)

The kingdom of God is justice and joy (R&S 200 - Tetherdown - sorry, music only)


Letter from Anne Lewitt 30th July 2020


Bulletin from Anne Lewitt for Sunday 2nd August 2020

Here is a link to the Graham Kendrick hymn which Anne mentions; if you have a copy of Mission Praise it's no. 806 (you may need to skip the ad - sorry about that)!

Beauty for brokenness

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