Welcome to
Christ Church Haywards Heath

Join us in person or online every Sunday

You are welcome to meet with us at 10.30am and 6.30pm at Warden Park Primary Academy on New England Road, Haywards Heath (RH16 3JR)

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Matthew

Matthew’s gospel is the story of the life, death and resurrection of Jesus compiled by the disciple Matthew (aka Levi). It seems to written especially with Jewish readers in mind. One of the major themes is that Jesus fulfils the Old Testament. He completes the law, fulfils all the predictions and is the new Exodus, new Exile, the promised Messiah and the Passover lamb.

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Ephesians

Ephesians is a letter by Paul where he talks about God’s plan for a holy community by His gift of grace in the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. The members of this community have been chosen by God through the work of Christ, adopted as sons and daughters of God, brought near to the Father through faith in His Son and united all in Christ so we should walk in accordance with our heavenly calling.

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Why do we exist?

By the grace of God, to make and teach disciples of the Lord Jesus Christ, for the glory of God

Beliefs

We affirm the historic confessional reformed evangelical Christian faith taught in the Bible – the word of God to us.

We seek to live under the rule of Jesus Christ and show we love Him by our heartfelt worship and obedient lives.

We plan our public worship to be Christ-exalting in a reverent, thoughtful and contemporary style.

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History

In the 1930s a small group of Christians began meeting and evangelising with a special focus on open-air ‘tent meetings’ and then met in various rented locations until we were able to purchase our current site in New England Road on the Bentswood estate at cost of £200!

The church became more established with recognised leadership and has grown steadily over the years to a congregation of around 200.

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