The Arundel and Brighton Diocesan Trust is a Registered Charity, Number 252878
RESUMPTION MASSES WITH CONGREGATION:

It is with great joy we welcome the news that Masses with congregation
have resumed.
Read the newsletter for more details and the guidelines.



Church Re-opening for
Private visit and prayer.

The re-opening of the church will be in phases.
Phase 1 will include the opening of the church in the mornings from 11am-12noon and evenings from 5pm-6pm.
Monday to Saturday (Sunday 12noon-1pm and 5pm-6pm).
This will begin on Wednesday 17th June.

In Phase 2 the opening times will evaluated and further increased.

Please when visiting:
  • We are to wear a face covering inside.
  • Use the hand sanitizers at the entry and exit.
  • Abide with the one-way system and follow
          the stewards’ directions.
  • Please make the stewards aware if you cannot manage
          the steps.
  • You are welcome to safely light devotional candles.
  • Individuals will sit at the ends of the benches allowed.
  • couples and families can have a bench each.
  • Remember to pray for an increase of love, peace,
          joy and healing in the world.
  • With every blessing,
    Fr Francis



    Welcome to the website of the 
    Church of the English Martyrs


    “For I know the plans I have for you,” says the LORD. “They are plans for good and not for disaster, to give you a future and a hope”. Jeremiah 29:11

    The Catholic Church of the English Martyrs is situated at 4, Vicarage Lane, Horley, Surrey and is a parish of the Diocese of Arundel and Brighton.

    As a parish family, we endeavour to share our faith-story and the experiences that make up our daily lives, so that together we care for and support one another while at the same time being open to the life and mission of the wider Christian community in Horley.

    We are the closest catholic church from Gatwick airport. Visitors are always welcome to the church.

    Then Jesus said, “Come to me, all of you who are weary and carry heavy burdens, and I will give you rest.” Matthew 11:27.

    Parish Clergy: Fr. Francis Ezennia, MSP