The parish of St Mary's Crowborough is one of the parishes making up the Diocese of Arundel & Brighton and is governed by Diocesan Policy, which is set out on the Diocesan website. To see relevant information click here.
On opening the Diocesan website, click on the "Publication" tab and then scroll down to "Parish Administration Manual". Click on the "View" button and go to Section D.

Normal Mass Times

Streamed Masses are available by 
clicking on the link 

These normal service times are suspended protem
6pm Vigil Mass
9:30am Mass
(With childrrens liturgy during term time)
8:30am Prayer before the blessed Sacrament
8:45am Morning Prayer
9:00am Mass (except Saturdays)

Please check the latest Newsletter         (Top Left of Page - Click on the year and then on the download arrow) to confirm there are no alterations, in particular around Christmas and Easter. Arternative mass times for local churches.

Mary & The Baby Jesus
Welcome to St Mary's Church, Crowborough

St Mary’s church is home to a friendly and welcoming Parish, located within the Roman Catholic Diocese of Arundel and Brighton. From our senior parishioners to our young children we are always ready and willing to welcome new faces into our community. 

This website aims to help you find information about our Parish, such as its history and the history of those who have served within it and obviously what is going on today. You will also find practical information including mass times and how to find us. If you are interested in finding out more about becoming a Catholic, or just curious as to what happens in a church, then please contact the Enquirer’s Group.

For those who already attend St Mary’s Church, information is available on how to become more involved with the life of the church, as well as useful contacts for the various Parish Groups.

So, whatever your reason for visiting our site we hope that you find what you are looking for. If you are struggling to find what you are looking for then try using the Search Box on the top right hand side of this screen.

Anyone is normally welcome to visit the church, either for prayer or just as a quiet place to sit and think. If you would like to contact us, or join us for mass you are warmly invited to do so. Currently this is not possible.

Recent announcements

  • A Coronovirus Prayer >>>> Lord Jesus Christ, you travelled through towns and villages curing every disease and illness. At your command, the sick were made well. Come to our aid now, in the midst ...
    Posted by St Marys Crowborough
  • Dispensation from Easter Duties >>>>> Many of the faithful will be aware of their Easter Duties to receive Holy Communion during the Easter Season and by custom to celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation beforehand. As ...
    Posted 27 Mar 2020, 11:38 by St Marys Crowborough
  • Dicesan Pilgramage to Lourdes 24th - 30th July Cancelled
    Posted 27 Mar 2020, 11:19 by St Marys Crowborough
  • Plenary Indulgence - Statio Orbis - Direct from the Vatican >>> It is suggested that the following links may be of interesthttps://youtu.be/5YceQ8YqYMcorhttps://www.vaticannews.va/en.html
    Posted 27 Mar 2020, 05:12 by St Marys Crowborough
  • Statio orbis Friday 27th March 5.00 pm >>> Pope Francis will preside over a time of Eucharistic Adoration and will concede a Plenary Indulgence - see full text in word document
    Posted 26 Mar 2020, 07:26 by St Marys Crowborough
  • Pastoral Message from Bishop Richard 24th March 2020 Click on the heading above and then the pastoral message can either be read by clicking on the "Word" document or downloaded by clicking on the arrow.
    Posted 24 Mar 2020, 14:57 by St Marys Crowborough
  • CORONOVIRUS - PUBLIC MASSES SUSPENDED - STREAMED MASSES The Catholic Church in England & Wales will suspend public Masses and other liturgies from this Friday, 20th March to delay the spread of Coronovirus.The full text of the announcement ...
    Posted 23 Mar 2020, 11:05 by St Marys Crowborough
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St Mary's Church
Images of St Mary's Church following the December 2010 snow fall can be found here and here whilst pictures on warmer days can be seen here
The interior of St Mary's, a place for quite reflection and prayer, even in the snow