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Rotas

Andy Dutton has emailed the rotas for Readers, Welcomers and Eucharistic Ministers. They can also be found on this website Read more »


Homily

Canon Tony's homily for 12th February is now here on the website.


Fr Tony's Homilies

Three more have been added. Go to 'Sunday Sermon'.


First Holy Communion

St. Michael's First Holy Communion Programme for 2017 is now on the website. See the First Holy Communion page for the Read more »


St Michael's and Sebeya

The Parish held a referendum and the majority voted for Ethiopia as the country which we should support via CAFOD's Read more »


 

Hello and welcome to the website of St Michael’s Catholic Church in Ashtead.

We are delighted to have Fr Anthony Churchill as our parish priest and delighted that he is now Canon Tony Churchill.

St Michael’s is a happy community with a lot happening, on a lot of fronts, all the time. Around this website you will find all the information you need to come and join us in whatever way you please. You will certainly be made most welcome.

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/

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