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Corpus Christi Catholic Church

Corpus Christi Catholic Church Cover Photo
Corpus Christi Catholic Church serves Henfield and neighbouring Parishes. It is situated adjacent to the Tanyard Field, and is found by following signs to St Peter's Church, and then continuing along Church Lane to a slightly inclined drive on your right.

Our priest is Father David Maskell and our Deacons are Deacon Seamus Mahon and Deacon Paul Russell

Sunday Mass is at 10.00am. and weekday Masses are at 10.00 every day except Wednesday.

Sacrament of Reconciliation is after Mass on Saturday and on request.

Corpus Christi is a warm and friendly church with an average congregation of a hundred plus. There is a special children's liturgy which is very well attended. Coffee is served in the hall every Sunday after Mass.

If you like to sing you can join our choir and if you like to read you will be welcome to join the readers' list. If you enjoy gardening we have an enthusiastic group who keep the grounds cared for.

If you wonder why Corpus Christi is so hidden away it is because the land for the church once belonged to Red Oaks and the owner, Lilian Stern, kindly donated the land so a Catholic Church could be built in Henfield. The original church was on the site of the Church Hall. The present church was built in 1974. The priest's house is behind the church.

We look forward to welcoming visitors and new members of the congregation.






Mother's Prayers

Mother's Prayers

A prayer group for mothers

Grandparents' Group

Grandparents' Group

Regular meetings of grandparents who attend Corpus Christi church.

Parish Picnic

Parish Picnic

Parishioners from Corpus Christi enjoyed a family picnic on Henfield Common, August 21st.

Details of Masses at Corpus Christi

Details of Masses at Corpus Christi

Information about Corpus Christi Catholic Church