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N E W     Changes to our schedule

We are delighted that we are now able to meet for worship on a Sunday morning.

We will of course be subject to strict conditions laid down by the government and the Bishop, and the Rector will make all this clear in due course.

The new arrangements will have a knock-on effect on our broadcasting schedule.

As far as possible we will continue to stream our Masses for those who feel unable to come in person, but it will have to be at a later time.

Until now Fr. David has been going in to church at 9 a.m. to record the Mass and we have then endeavoured to make the recording available here by 10.30

This week the plan is that the Mass will be recorded at 10.30 and become available shortly after mid-day

If you are not yet on the mailing list for Fr. David's bulletins, and would like to be, please contact him by email. 
His email address is HERE

(To help Fr. David please put "e-news" as your subject line)


 

5th July - 4th Sunday after Trinity

You are warmly invited to join us for our online Mass service

 

 

If you prefer to just listen there is an
audio recording of today's mass on our Audio page HERE

link to audio recording

An Order of Service is available to help you follow the Mass

and join in if you wish

You can download a PDF file HERE

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28th June - 3rd Sunday after Trinity

You are warmly invited to join us for our online Mass service

 

 

An Order of Service is available to help you follow Fr. David and join in if you wish

You can download a PDF file HERE

 

If you prefer to just listen there is an
audio recording of today's mass on our Audio page HERE

link to audio recording


Private Prayer in Church

We are very pleased that the change in government regulations now allows places of worship to open for private prayer. 
This is wonderful news, but is of course subject to strict regulations.

 Find out more HERE


Prayers from Canterbury Cathedral

Canterbury Cathedral offer Morning and Evening Prayer from the cathedral gardens, led by the Dean and other senior clergy.

You can watch it on the Canterbury Cathedral website 


When you can't attend a funeral

lighted candlesOne of the hardest things under the present situation is not being able to attend the funeral of a special person.

If you find yourself in this position you might welcome a short reflection with prayers to help you to be there in spirit

You can find a printable leaflet HERE

 


Meet our new bishops

The Bishop of Chichester the Rt. Revd. Martin Warner introduces our two new bishops-designate 

The Revd. William Hazlewood (Lewes)
The Revd. Ruth Bushyager (Horsham)

 

 

 


 

Some light entertainment - Father David in duet with Jonathan Veira