Choral Evensong (Cantu Amici) for the Fifth Sunday of Easter.

Choral Evensong for the Fifth Sunday of Easter can be watched here.

Choral Evensong, BCP, led by The Rev’d Heather Wilkin with guest choir Cantu Amici, directed by George Clifford.

Music: I sat down under his shadow (EC Bairstow)
Preces & Responses (William Smith)
Psalm 137 (WR Bexfield)
Exultate Deo (Alessandro Scarlatti)
Magnificat in B flat (Charles Villiers Stanford)
The Lord bless you and keep you (John Rutter)
plus congregational hymns: Ye choirs of new Jerusalem (tune St Fulbert): The Lord is risen indeed (tune St Michael).


APCM Annual Report

Sunday evening’s Annual Parochial Church Meeting’s Annual Trustees’ report and Financial Report can now be read via this link.

We are grateful to Karen, Deanery Synod Representative for St Margaret’s West Hoathly, for sharing her 2023 report with us. Read Karen’s report here.

The results of this year’s elections for Churchwardens, PCC and Deanery Synod.

Adam Hackett
Roger Cobden-Ramsay
Members of The Parochial Church Council.
The Rev’d Heather Wilkin (ex-officio)
Heather Chapman
Roger Cobden-Ramsay (ex-officio)
Adam Hackett (ex-officio)
Sophie Hill
Rosemary King
Tony Osborn
Simon Witheridge
There is one further nomination for the PCC who will be confirmed and coopted on receipt of the necessary paperwork.
Deanery Synod – Vacant. If you would enjoy taking on this role please contact The Rev’d Heather.
The minutes of the 2024 apcm can be read here.


Thank you Tony

Tony Osborn was presented with a gift to mark his retirement after thirty years service as Churchwarden at Sunday’s Annual Parochial Church meeting. We thank Tony for his dedicated service and we’re delighted to share the news that he will be remaining on the PCC to lend his wisdom to sort out any thorny issues.  The PCC is delighted that Roger Cobden-Ramsay (r) has taken on the mantle and will be serving, with Adam Hackett (l), in the role of Churchwarden henceforth.

Chronicle, April/May edition.

Read the church pages of this month’s Chronicle here.

If you’d like to read the full magazine (and there’s lots in it to read) please either collect one from the table at the back of church or contact us for subscription details. We can arrange to have it posted to you if you’ve moved from the parish but would like to keep in touch. The Chronicle carries news from West Hoathly, Sharpthorne and Highbrook and is published six times per year. Individual copies may be purchased at £1.50, a year’s sub is £7.

Trees – part one…

The first phase of our planned tree maintenance works has been done today and the plane tree on the south side of the churchyard is now neatly pollarded. We are very grateful for your support and generous donations which have enabled us to go ahead with this very necessary work. We hope you agree it’s a great improvement!

Worship for Good Friday.

Worship with music for Good Friday from All Saints, Highbrook, Sussex. 30th March 2023. Led by The Rev’d Heather Wilkin.
The Passion Reading, John 18:1-19:37. 

Watch here on youtube.

Music includes Ave Verum Corpus, WA Mozart,
Commit thy way, JS Bach
Christus factus est, Felice Anerio (ed. Rutter),
Good Friday Reproaches, Finlandia – Sibelius.
plus congregational hymns:
When I survey the Wondrous Cross; Were you there when they crucified My Lord; My song is Love Unknown.


APCM 2024

All Saints’ Annual Parochial Church Meeting will be held on Sunday 7th April after 6pm Evensong.  All are warmly invited to attend.

Electoral Roll

Oiur APCM will be held on 7th April, after 6pm Evensong.

As part of the preparations for our APCM we review the Electoral Roll each year.

If you worship regularly at All Saints and would like to join the Electoral Roll please either pick up a form at the back of church, fill it in and leave it in the yellow folder, or download this form and email it to,

Applications need to be in by 20th March,

HIghbrook Hundred 2024

Tickets for this year’s Highbrook Hundred Club season are now on sale!

One ticket of £12 buys you a number which is entered in every draw throughout the year with a first prize of £25.  If we sell enough tickets then we’ll be able to add more prizes. Draws are on the first Sunday of the month immediately after Evensong. There’s no limit on the number of tickets you can buy and all proceeds go to the work and upkeep of All Saints’ Highbrook.  Download your form here  or pick up a form from the table at the back of church.

First draw will be after Evensong on Sunday 9th April.  For further information speak to Heather Chapman or please Hand or post completed forms and payment to Mrs Heather Chapman. Whitestone, Highbrook Lane, West Hoathly, RH19 4PL. If you’d like a specific “lucky” number please let Heather know soon.

Last year the Hundred Club raised over £300 – many thanks to everyone who bought a ticket (and there’s still the March draw to go so if you haven’t been lucky yet this month could see your ticket come up!).

Thank you!