During the current National Lockdown Period, to support the safety of our members and friends we have suspended all in-person worship services and other church activities and meetings.

The building may be closed but we are not - see our News page for further details and updates.

Please visit our facebook page to find out further information and news about worship and activities.

Thanks for visiting the website of the United Church.

We are a Christian worshipping community, set in the 'Pooh Bear' countryside of East Sussex, serving its biggest inland town of Crowborough. Our fellowship and misson has a definite Methodist and United Reformed Church flavour, due to the uniting of two local churches in 1967.

We meet each Sunday for our main act of worship at 10:30am, though we also foster Messy Church and Communion services at other times. Check out our Diary page for further details.

If you'd like to know more about us, please take some time to explore the site further.  Of course we'd love to meet you, so be assured of a warm and friendly welcome when you choose to visit us.

Our church is a joint United Reformed and Methodist Church, combining the former Parker Memorial Congregational Church, and Crowborough Methodist (former Wesleyan) Church. Our Worship and activities reflect the traditions of both denominations.

The official service of Inception of the United Church was held on 7th October 1967. We celebrated our 50th Anniversary in 2017.

Our Minister

Rev Amanda Roper

Our minister, Amanda, is responsible for three churches including Crowborough United Church, Buxted Methodist Church and Cornerstone (Methodist/URC) Uckfield.