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Sidlow Bridge, Reigate



The Parish of Sidlow Bridge, Reigate, Surrey

One of the largest parishes within the Diocese of Southwark

One of the smallest populations  -  just under 600

A rural Parish on the outskirts of Reigate, on the A217 north of Gatwick Airport

We have a central tradition with seasonal Sung Eucharist settings from "Common Worship" and monthly Sung Mattins and Evensong using the Book of Common Prayer.

The church has a first floor meeting room with kitchen facilities and a ground floor accessible toilet.  A car park is available adjacent to the church.

Sunday Services normally include Sung Eucharist on the first, third and fourth Sundays of the month; Sung Mattins on the second and (when they occur) the fifth Sundays; Sung Evensong on the first Sundays.

Please check on Services for details of forthcoming services


Please check the What’s On tab above for details of forthcoming events

Adult Study Groups - Held during the year to learn about our faith, for fellowship and for prayer

Choir – Choir practices are Thursdays from 7.30 – 9.00pm (approx). Further details can be found at the Choir tab above.

Social Events - There is a regular Quiz Night and Harvest Supper, with other events arranged through the year. See What’s On tab for details.

Venture Week - An annual week of activities, held during the first week of August, for children up to 14 years.

Parish News

As well as a weekly news sheet we publish ‘Parish News’, a monthly magazine which may be obtained from the church or delivered to most houses in the parish. This contains details of church activities and those in the wider community.

Articles for the Parish News may be sent via email to The Editor or left in the box in the church porch. See What’s On for next copy date.


For further details of any of the church's activities or to enquire about baptism, confirmation, banns of marriage, weddings or any other matter please contact the Clergy or Church Wardens.