Church programmes

Under the current COVID Level 2 we will continue to provide our normal services.
Please - sanitise/handwash as you arrive and don’t come if you are not well. We have a QR code displayed just inside the church and the education block to scan with your phone.
Practice social distancing behaviour with one meter spacing from people you know or two meters spacing from people you don’t know.

St Ronan's offers a number of programmes beyond the Sunday service and often in conjunction with other bodies. These programmes seek to meet the needs of its members and to reach out into the community through providing support, and Christian guidance and growth. These programmes include:

Mainly Music
A relaxed and fun session of movement and music for pre-schoolers and their caregivers. Followed by a morning tea of fresh home baking and coffee. Thursday 9:30-11am - Cath Louden-Sim ph 562 8287.

Messy Church
Messy Church is a way of being church for families involving fun. The values are about being Christ-centred, for all ages, based on creativity, hospitality and celebration. The Messy Church programme is currently on hold but all the processes are in place to revive the programme should the families of Eastbourne need it.

Home Groups

Periodically meet together to explore a bible study and for fellowship. If you are interested in being a part of one please express your interest to a parish councillor.

Sunday School
Our programme is called POWER HOUR and is for children aged 3-11. Power Hour runs during school term times and starts at 9:30am on Sundays.

The Winter Lecture Series
Held over two months, four lecturers on topics of wide social interest. Speakers include residents of Eastbourne who have gained national and international recognition for their contribution to an area of research or public interest. - Anne Manchester ph 562 8753.