For the past few weeks we have included in the Newsletter, instructions for watching live streaming from St. Michael's. We Read more »
Important Changes to Services at St. Michaels Two Important changes are coming to St. Michael’s in the next week. From Read more »
Please don't respond to what looks like an email from Fr Tony asking for money. IT IS A SCAM.
An ancient religious blessing of protection recorded by 300 Christian groups to protect frontline workers battling Read more »
Pentecost Sunday May 31st– National Rosary Rally 9am to 9pm England, Wales, Scotland Pope Read more »
Our parish is part of the Catholic Diocese of Arundel and Brighton. But we see ourselves as a vital part of the wider world community. ‘Vital’, because we have a God given responsibility to our neighbours and particularly to our neighbours who are less fortunate than we are. At St Michael’s, this is a central part of the philosophy which underpins our parish life.
Again, welcome to St Michael’s. Please have a look around and if you like even a small part of what you see, then say hello to one of our welcomers, or a member of our parish pastoral team, to Canon Tony Churchill, or to Deacon David Pattinson. We’ll be delighted to meet you and to make you feel at home and to listen to your ideas.
God bless you and please pray for the repose of the soul of our former Parish Priest, Canon Anthony Whale, who died on 26th May 2016.
The parish is part of the Diocese of Arundel & Brighton. Arundel & Brighton Diocesan Trust registered charity 252878 http://www.dabnet.org/