Rector of Arlington, Berwick, Selmeston-
Revd Peter Blee
The Parsonage, Berwick, BN26 6SR
Tel. 01323 870512
(Peter’s day off is Saturday)
Post currently vacant
The Vicarage, The Street, Wilmington, BN26 5SL
Tel. 01323 870268
Mrs Michele Boys -
Mrs Linda Hallums -
Mrs Janet Matthews -
Capt John Marshall -
Dr Martin Chilvers -
Benefice Safeguarding Officer
Mrs Christine Skinner -
Berwick Church welcomes visiting groups and offers a guided talk by prior arrangement.
Our Visitor Coordinator for Berwick church is Mrs Linda Hallums -
She can also give advice on coach parking and places to eat locally.
Caring and Sharing East Sussex
“Live more simply that others may simply live.” Caring and Sharing is a scheme which raises money by sacrificial giving. Members belong to groups, mostly in Anglican churches in East Sussex. Money saved by making a small change in members’ lifestyles is given to one or more of 15 overseas projects which provide basic necessities for very poor people.
Benefice Contact: Jan Matthews -
Family Support Work
Family Support Work is a charity that pioneers work with families across Sussex through various activities including home visits, support groups, one-
Benefice Contact: Jane Anderson -
Kwale District Eye Centre
The Kwale hospital is a charitable eye hospital that specialises in cataract surgery in Kenya, East Africa. The centre also works in the community to educate local people about eye health and nutrition, provides emergency eye treatment and surgery. It also supports and educates people whose sight cannot be restored. The latest report can be found by clicking here.
Benefice Contact: John Marshall -
The mission aims to minister in the name of Jesus Christ to the physical, mental, social and spiritual needs of individuals and communities disadvantaged by leprosy; working with them to uphold human dignity and eradicate leprosy.
Benefice Contact: Ruth Butlin -
Mission in China
Personal contact with Chinese speaking, Sussex-
Benefice Contact: Tel. 01323 870075 Send an email
Mission in Kenya
Supporting an Anglican priest in Kenya in his work with internally displaced people
who live in his parish following the 2008 tribal strife.
Benefice Contact: John Anderson -
The Web Master is Martin Chilvers.
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