Church Governance

Church Wardens

Sam Griffiths

Church Warden

Kevin Hargin

Church Warden

PCC Members

Steve Nichols

Vicar (Chair)

Hugh Bourne
Hugh Bourne

Associate Vicar

Ben Lucas

Associate Vicar

Sam Griffiths

Church Warden

Kevin Hargin

Church Warden

Liz Jessop

Secretary

Jennie Herring

Parish Safeguarding Officer

Rob Kingdom

Treasurer

Emily Billson

Elected Member

Hilarie Carter

Elected Member

Dominic Clark

Elected Member

Val Hilyard

Elected Member

Anna Leiwe

Elected Member

Steve Norris

Elected Member

Pam Orna-Ornstein

Elected Member

Richard Painter

Elected Member

John Phillips

Elected Member

Jeremy Taylor

Elected Member

Oli Taylor

Elected Member

Beth Leonard
Beth Leonard

Deanery Synod Rep

Paul England

Deanery Synod Rep

David Nicholls

Deanery Synod Rep

Gordon Scoble

Deanery Synod Rep

Teresa Sutton

Deanery Synod Rep

Cavan Wood

Deanery Synod Rep

Lay Readers

Alan Carter
Steve Hagger
Jeremy Taylor
Cavan Wood

Sub-Committees

  • Standing Committee:  Steve Nichols (Chair), Hilarie Carter, Sam Griffiths, Kevin Hargin, Rob Kingdom, Gordon Scoble
  • Staff Resourcing Group:  Dave Nicholls (Chair), Emily Billson, Hugh Bourne, Kevin Hargin, Anna Leiwe
  • Finance Committee:  Roy Ransley (Chair), Hugh Bourne, Maria Emmerton, Kevin Hargin, Rob Kingdom, Pippa Main, Steve Nichols, Oli Taylor
  • Mission Development Group:  Janet Goodenough (Chair), Hugh Bourne, Ron Goodenough, Sarah Hagger, Phil Hale, Andrew Nunn, Gordon Scoble
  • Fabric Committee:  Ashley Bence (Chair), Mandy Fisk, Sam Griffiths, David Izod, Clare Nibloe, Steve Norris

Annual Meeting of Parishioners (AMP) 2024

The AMP will take place on Sunday 21st April 2024 at 10am in the church, as part of our morning worship.

Sam Griffiths and Kevin Hargin are both standing for re-election as church wardens.

Annual Parochial Church Meeting (APCM) 2024

The APCM will take place on Sunday 21st April 2024 at 10am in the church, as part of our morning worship.

PCC Nominations

We are pleased to have four nominations for the four available spaces on PCC. Details of the nominees can be found below.

Cathy Bence

I’m Cathy, married to Ashley and we have 3 grown up daughters. I work full time in pensions management. Having been brought up in a Christian home I found personal faith in my early teens and for over 40 years was involved in the New Frontiers group of churches, before joining All Saints. Ash & I regularly attend the 9.30 service and are often at Cornerstone too. We lead a Connect Group and are on the prayer ministry team.

Victoria Donougher
I’m Vic. I’m married to Ian and have three children – Charlotte, Nate and Seb. I’ve been coming to All Saints since 2008 when we moved to Lindfield from London. I go to the Cornerstone service on Sunday, where I’m also part of the Welcome team. You might already know me as the FSW representative for All Saints. I look after the food box in the porch and am often putting notes in ASN about events and fund-raising activities for FSW. At the start of 2024, I started working for the Sussex Gospel Partnership, of which All Saints is a member, helping with their training courses and events.
Amanda Hateley

I have been attending All Saints since January 2022 and have enjoyed helping in Pathfinders and Ask Kids on Sunday mornings. I also love being part of the Monday morning connect group and other Women Together Events. I am married to Simon and have three daughters aged 22, 19 and 11. My middle daughter, Isabelle, was baptised last Summer and it was wonderful to celebrate this with the Cornerstone family. I have been a Christian for many years and I myself was baptised at the age of 16.  My husband and I were active members of our previous church and are now enjoying serving where we can at All Saints. 

Helen Morris

I am married to Rowland have 3 married children and have been attending All Saints since September 2019. I became a Christian when I was 12, and  being bought up in a Christian family had loads of support and encouragment.  I am learning  something new in the Bible all the time. We normally attend the 11.15  service, but are equally happy to attend the 9.30 one. On Sundays I help  with Welcoming and Reading.  During the week with Noah’s Ark.

Electoral Roll

In the Church of England you can formally become a church member by joining the electoral roll. In order to join you need to be; a) at least 16 years old, b) have been baptised, and c) live in the Parish of Lindfield or have been attending the church here for 6 months. To join, please fill in the form linked below and return to the church office.

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