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Please make sure you read the Newsletter carefully and prepare for when a member of the Leadership Team will phone you to discuss the contents.     Thank you.
On our Morning  Worship for 5th July, Fiona leads our worship and Marguerite opens our new series on the ‘names of Jesus in the New Testament’ with a look at John 6 where Jesus says “I am the Bread of Life”. Eric and Jenny Anstead bring the reading and prayers, and at the end of Marguerite’s talk, Fiona leads Communion – so be prepared with bread and wine!
 Worship is now available on  line
Thank you for the many lovely emails of appreciation of the Morning Worship recordings that we have already received. They are most encouraging so please keep them coming if these worship events have blessed you! 
If you know of someone who can’t use the internet and would appreciate a CD each week, we are happy to mail one out at no cost.
Please email with the details. Thank you
Please also remember that your offerings are still needed to maintain the church’s mission at this difficult time. If you normally give cash in the weekly collection, could we ask that you prayerfully consider using online giving during the closures? You can use text giving (details on the Contacts page) or contact Eric or Geoff Austin to set up a standing order, or to make one off payments directly to the church’s account. Thank you so much!



If you need to contact Rye Food Bank please use the following telephone number: 07856 349847.  Or you can email at  More details about the Food Bank can be found at


Remember that you can catch up with sermons you may have missed on our ‘Church Online’ page.



Don’t forget that you can now donate towards the church’s mission by text from your mobile phone. Details on our Contact page. Thank you so much for standing with us. You can also give to the Church by credit or debit card payments, speak to any of the Stewards or  Leadership Team members who will be pleased to help.. 


Details of all our regular activities can be found here.


The view over The Salts and towards the sea, from the High Street