Celebrations of Holy Mass

Coronavirus update 20/03/2021: As the infection rate of coronavirus has significantly reduced, we are encouraged to be making our way back to Mass and the Sacraments. St. Philip's, Uckfield, is normally open from about 8.45 am until after Mass, which on weekdays (except Wednesday) is at 10.00 am. You are very welcome to come into church, but please be mindful of adhering to the regulations about sanitizing your hands, wearing a face mask and ‘social distancing’. Many thanks.

Details of the weekend Masses can be found in the 'newsletter' section of the website, along with the timetable for the Holy Week Liturgies. Mass continues to be 'livestreamed at the times shown.

If and when coming to St. Philip’s, please be mindful of wearing a face mask, hand sanitising when entering and leaving, and the social distancing required. If talking outside the church, please continue to be vigilant in guarding the ‘social bubbles’ and keeping at least 2 metres apart. Many thanks for your understanding and consideration for others.

Mass times this week Mon, Tue, Thur & Fri 10.00 am, Wed no Mass
Sat 10.00 am & 5.30 pm, Sun 9.30 am & 11.30 am.
To view Mass and check times, please click 'Live Mass' in the menu.
Updated information will be posted in the links below during this period

Audio Readings

Last Updated 24/07/2021

Welcome to the parishes website for the Catholic communities in Uckfield and Heron’s Ghyll. We are part of the Diocese of Arundel & Brighton and our Bishop is Richard Moth who is the Fifth Bishop of the Diocese.

The parishes are made up of the thriving town of Uckfield and many of the smaller villages surrounding it. They comprise some of the most beautiful countryside in East Sussex. The church in Uckfield is dedicated to Our Lady Immaculate & St Philip Neri and is located next door to our parish primary school, St Philip’s.

The historic church of St John the Evangelist is in a delightful setting, close to the Ashdown Forest and easily accessible off the main road from Uckfield to Crowborough.

Our parish communities are served by many lay people who are fully invoved in the life of the parishes.

Our Parish Priest is Fr Ian Vane, who lives in Uckfield and he is aided by our deacons, The Rev’d David Tutt and The Rev’d Ken Fowler.

Whether you are new to the area or just passing through, we know that you will find a warm welcome as we gather to celebrate our Catholic faith and serve the communities in which we live in the footsteps of our Lord Jesus Christ.

The Shrine of our Lady of Montligeon

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Our parish school: St Philip's Catholic Primary School