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The Parish of Colgate and Roffey

The Parish of Colgate and Roffey comprises two churches, All Saints Roffey and St Saviour's Colgate, and covers the area of Roffey and the Villages of Colgate, Faygate and the housing development at Kilnwood Vale.

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Our Churches and Worship

The Parish Church of All Saints Roffey

All Saints is the Parish Church of Roffey. the church is located in Crawley Road and is about 2 miles outside the Market Town of Horsham.  The worship style at All Saints is Anglo-Catholic and our weekly Sunday Masses are at the following times: 

First Sunday of the Month

Saturday - 6.00pm Vigil Mass

8.00am - Low Mass

9.30am Joint Parish Mass


All Other Sundays

8.00am - Low Mass

9.00am - All Age Mass
(including children's activities)

10.00am Parish Mass


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The Parish Church of St Saviour's Colgate

St Saviour's is the Parish Church of Colgate, Faygate church also include the Kilnwood Vale housing development. It is located on Forest Road in the centre of Colgate Village. The worship is taken mainly from the 1662 Book of Common Prayer apart from the first Sunday of the month. 

The service times are as follows: 

11.00am - Holy Communion (1st & 3rd)

6.00pm - Evensong (2nd & 4th)

5th Sunday as advertised below 

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Up Coming Events and Parish News

Up Coming Events

Wednesday 17th July
10:00am -
Friday 19th July
3:00pm -
Sunday 21st July
8:00am - 8:30am -
9:00am - 9:40am -
10:00am - 11:00am -

After a period of discernment and prayer, I announced this morning that I will be leaving the Parish of Colgate and Roffey at the end of July and will be moving to Beckenham in Kent to become the next Vicar of the United Benefice of St James with St Michael and All Angels and St Augustine Beckenham in the Diocese of Rochester.

I have had a great time being part of the community in Horsham meeting and becoming friends with some truly wonderful people. But after 9 happy years here the time feels right to move on to pastures new and allow someone new to lead and guide the parish into its next phase of mission and Ministry. The discussion to move has not been easy and I will be sad to leave but I know the church is in safe hands with Fr David and churchwardens to you leading you through the vacancy. Over the next few months, I will be working with them, the Archdeacon and the Rural Dean to ensure a smooth interregnum.

I intend my last Sunday to be 28th July then moving to Beckenham during the first few weeks of August and then have a short holiday. It is expected that my induction will be during the first part of September.

I commend Fr David and the churchwardens to your prayers, and I assure you of my prayers that the right person may be appointed to succeed me.

Fr Russell


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