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07 July 2024
2 Samuel 5:1-5, 9-10

A reading from the second book of Samuel.

All the tribes of Israel came to David at Hebron, and said, 
‘Look, we are your bone and flesh. 

For some time, while Saul was king over us, 
it was you who led out Israel and brought it in. 
The Lord said to you: 
It is you who shall be shepherd of my people Israel, 
you who shall be ruler over Israel.’ 

So all the elders of Israel came to the king at Hebron; 
and King David made a covenant with them at Hebron before the Lord, 
and they anointed David king over Israel. 

David was thirty years old when he began to reign, 
and he reigned for forty years. 

At Hebron he reigned over Judah for seven years and six months; 
and at Jerusalem he reigned over all Israel and Judah for thirty-three years. 

David occupied the stronghold, 
and named it the city of David. 
David built the city all around from the Millo inward. 

And David became greater and greater, 
for the Lord, the God of hosts, was with him.


2 Corinthians 12:2-10

A reading from the second letter of Paul to the Corinthians.

I know a person in Christ 
who fourteen years ago was caught up to the third heaven—
whether in the body or out of the body I do not know; 
God knows. 

And I know that such a person—
whether in the body or out of the body I do not know; 
God knows— 

was caught up into Paradise 
and heard things that are not to be told, 
that no mortal is permitted to repeat. 

On behalf of such a one I will boast, 
but on my own behalf I will not boast, 
except of my weaknesses. 

But if I wish to boast, 
I will not be a fool, 
for I will be speaking the truth. 
But I refrain from it, 
so that no one may think better of me 
than what is seen in me or heard from me, 

even considering the exceptional character of the revelations. 
Therefore, to keep me from being too elated, 
a thorn was given to me in the flesh, 
a messenger of Satan to torment me, 
to keep me from being too elated. 

Three times I appealed to the Lord about this, 
that it would leave me, 

but he said to me, 
‘My grace is sufficient for you, 
for power is made perfect in weakness.’ 
So, I will boast all the more gladly of my weaknesses, 
so that the power of Christ may dwell in me. 

Therefore I am content with weaknesses, 
insults, hardships, persecutions, and calamities for the sake of Christ; 
for whenever I am weak, then I am strong.


Mark 6:1-13

Hear the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ according to Mark.

Jesus came to his home town, and his disciples followed him. 

On the sabbath he began to teach in the synagogue, 
and many who heard him were astounded. 
They said, ‘Where did this man get all this? 
What is this wisdom that has been given to him? 
What deeds of power are being done by his hands! 

Is not this the carpenter, the son of Mary 
and brother of James and Joses and Judas and Simon, 
and are not his sisters here with us?’ 
And they took offence at him. 

Then Jesus said to them, 
‘Prophets are not without honour, 
except in their home town, 
and among their own kin, and in their own house.’ 

And he could do no deed of power there, 
except that he laid his hands on a few sick people and cured them. 
And he was amazed at their unbelief.
Then he went about among the villages teaching. 

He called the twelve and began to send them out two by two, 
and gave them authority over the unclean spirits. 

He ordered them to take nothing for their journey except a staff; 
no bread, no bag, no money in their belts; 

but to wear sandals and not to put on two tunics. 

He said to them, 
‘Wherever you enter a house, 
stay there until you leave the place. 

If any place will not welcome you 
and they refuse to hear you, as you leave, 
shake off the dust that is on your feet as a testimony against them.’ 

So they went out and proclaimed that all should repent. 

They cast out many demons, 
and anointed with oil many who were sick and cured them.




St Mary our Lady

Church Farm Lane, Sidlesham, Chichester PO20 7RE


Presents


The Emsworth Meridian Choir

and Friends


Sunday 7th July 2024 3pm

For an afternoon of music and song followed by the traditional

St Mary's tea and cake.


Tickets £10 for the RNLI and a retiring collection in aid of St Mary our Lady


Please come and support this concert for the RNLI in its 200th year and also our church. Tickets are availale from Hilary Platts after 10am service and also on the door (but we would prefer to know in advance how many are coming for the refreshments).
30 June 2024
This Sunday we had 2 services, The Parish Eucharist at 10 am and Choral Evensong at 3:30.
Father Chris was the celebrant at 10 am and took the evening office.

The choir sang the Ave Verim setting by W/A. Mozrt at the 10 am service. The children joined us at th communion an dtold us about their session at the end  of the Service.
There was coffee and biscuits after the service .
At 3:30 we met again for the Evensong service. The set psalm was 53, and the Magnificat and Nunc Dimitis were in the setting in B flat by C.V.Stanford.
The anthem was 'All in the April Evening' 
after the service there was tea and cake in the rooms.
2 lovely and quite different services!
Next Sunday we have a concert in the afternoon by the Emsworth Meridian Choir in aid of the RNLI. Tickets are £10. There will be tea to follow.

The Fete is past approaching, keep the 27th July in mind and come along for the social event of the year!








2 Samuel 1:1,17-27

A reading from the second book of Samuel.

After the death of Saul, 
when David had returned from defeating the Amalekites, 
David remained two days in Ziklag.

David intoned this lamentation over Saul and his son Jonathan. 

(He ordered that The Song of the Bow be taught to the people of Judah; 
it is written in the Book of Jashar.) 
He said:

Your glory, O Israel, 
lies slain upon your high places!
How the mighty have fallen!

Tell it not in Gath,
proclaim it not in the streets of Ashkelon;
or the daughters of the Philistines will rejoice,
the daughters of the uncircumcised will exult.

You mountains of Gilboa,
let there be no dew or rain upon you,
nor bounteous fields!
For there the shield of the mighty was defiled,
the shield of Saul, anointed with oil no more.

From the blood of the slain, from the fat of the mighty,
the bow of Jonathan did not turn back,
nor the sword of Saul return empty.

Saul and Jonathan, beloved and lovely!
In life and in death they were not divided;
they were swifter than eagles,
they were stronger than lions.

O daughters of Israel, weep over Saul,
who clothed you with crimson, in luxury,
who put ornaments of gold on your apparel.

How the mighty have fallen in the midst of the battle!
Jonathan lies slain upon your high places.

I am distressed for you, my brother Jonathan;
greatly beloved were you to me;
your love to me was wonderful,
passing the love of women.

How the mighty have fallen,
and the weapons of war perished!


2 Corinthians 8:7-15

A reading from the second letter of Paul to the Corinthians.

You excel in everything—
in faith, in speech, in knowledge, in utmost eagerness, 
and in our love for you—
so we want you to excel also in this generous undertaking.

I do not say this as a command, 
but I am testing the genuineness of your love 
against the earnestness of others. 

For you know the generous act of our Lord Jesus Christ, 
that though he was rich, yet for your sakes he became poor, 
so that by his poverty you might become rich. 

And in this matter I am giving my advice: 
it is appropriate for you who began last year 
not only to do something but even to desire to do something— 

now finish doing it, 
so that your eagerness may be matched by completing it 
according to your means. 

For if the eagerness is there, 
the gift is acceptable according to what one has—
not according to what one does not have. 

I do not mean that there should be relief for others and pressure on you, 
but it is a question of a fair balance between 

your present abundance and their need, 
so that their abundance may be for your need, 
in order that there may be a fair balance. 

As it is written,
‘The one who had much did not have too much,
and the one who had little did not have too little.’


Mark 5:21-43

Hear the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ according to Mark.

When Jesus had crossed again in the boat to the other side, 
a great crowd gathered round him; 
and he was by the lake. 

Then one of the leaders of the synagogue named Jairus came 
and, when he saw him, 

fell at his feet and begged him repeatedly, 
‘My little daughter is at the point of death. 
Come and lay your hands on her, 
so that she may be made well, and live.’ 

So he went with him.
And a large crowd followed him and pressed in on him. 

Now there was a woman 
who had been suffering from haemorrhages for twelve years. 

She had endured much under many physicians, 
and had spent all that she had; 
and she was no better, but rather grew worse. 

She had heard about Jesus, 
and came up behind him in the crowd and touched his cloak, 

for she said, 
‘If I but touch his clothes, I will be made well.’ 

Immediately her haemorrhage stopped; 
and she felt in her body that she was healed of her disease. 

Immediately aware that power had gone forth from him, 
Jesus turned about in the crowd and said, 
‘Who touched my clothes?’ 

And his disciples said to him, 
‘You see the crowd pressing in on you; 
how can you say, “Who touched me?” ’ 

He looked all round to see who had done it. 

But the woman, knowing what had happened to her, 
came in fear and trembling, fell down before him, 
and told him the whole truth. 

He said to her, 
‘Daughter, your faith has made you well; 
go in peace, and be healed of your disease.’

While he was still speaking, 
some people came from the leader’s house to say, 
‘Your daughter is dead. 
Why trouble the teacher any further?’ 

But overhearing what they said, 
Jesus said to the leader of the synagogue, 
‘Do not fear, only believe.’ 

He allowed no one to follow him 
except Peter, James, and John, the brother of James. 

When they came to the house of the leader of the synagogue, 
he saw a commotion, people weeping and wailing loudly. 

When he had entered, he said to them, 
‘Why do you make a commotion and weep? 
The child is not dead but sleeping.’

And they laughed at him. 
Then he put them all outside,
 and took the child’s father and mother and those who were with him, 
and went in where the child was. 

He took her by the hand and said to her, 
‘Talitha cum’, which means, ‘Little girl, get up!’ 

And immediately the girl got up and began to walk about 
(she was twelve years of age). 
At this they were overcome with amazement. 

He strictly ordered them that no one should know this, 
and told them to give her something to eat.




St Mary our Lady

Church Farm Lane, Sidlesham, Chichester PO20 7RE


Presents


The Emsworth Meridian Choir

and Friends


Sunday 7th July 2024 3pm

For an afternoon of music and song followed by the traditional

St Mary's tea and cake.


Tickets £10 for the RNLI and a retiring collection in aid of St Mary our Lady


Please come and support this concert for the RNLI in its 200th year and also our church. Tickets are availale from Hilary Platts after 10am service and also on the door (but we would prefer to know in advance how many are coming for the refreshments).
24 June 2024

 

23 June 2024

At last summer has arrived! On a beautiful summers morning we met at 10 am for our Parish Eucharist at St Marys. Father Chris was the celebrant and we are well into Trinity now.
The Choir sang The Irish Blessing setting by Bob Chilcott as the anthem.
We had coffee afterwards in the rooms and set off home in lovely sunshine.

There are one or two events coming up!

On the 7th July in the afternoon we have a concert in aid of the RNLI given by the Emsworth Meridian Choir and Friends. There will be Tea and Cake after the performance. The choir will sing an interesting mixture of music, something for everyone! Do come along. Tickets 10 pounds.

The Fete our major event of the year will be held on the 27th of July. This year in addition to the afternoon activities there will also be music food and drink available into the evening!





 








1 Samuel 17:32-49

A reading from the first book of Samuel.

David said to Saul, 
‘Let no one’s heart fail because of him; 
your servant will go and fight with this Philistine.’ 

Saul said to David, 
‘You are not able to go against this Philistine to fight with him; 
for you are just a boy, 
and he has been a warrior from his youth.’ 

But David said to Saul, 
‘Your servant used to keep sheep for his father; 
and whenever a lion or a bear came, and took a lamb from the flock, 

I went after it and struck it down, 
rescuing the lamb from its mouth; 
and if it turned against me, 
I would catch it by the jaw, 
strike it down, and kill it. 

Your servant has killed both lions and bears; 
and this uncircumcised Philistine shall be like one of them, 
since he has defied the armies of the living God.’ 

David said, 
‘The Lord, who saved me from the paw of the lion 
and from the paw of the bear, 
will save me from the hand of this Philistine.’ 
So Saul said to David, 
‘Go, and may the Lord be with you!’

Saul clothed David with his armour; 
he put a bronze helmet on his head 
and clothed him with a coat of mail. 

David strapped Saul’s sword over the armour, 
and he tried in vain to walk, 
for he was not used to them. 
Then David said to Saul, 
‘I cannot walk with these; 
for I am not used to them.’ 
So David removed them. 

Then he took his staff in his hand, 
and chose five smooth stones from the wadi, 
and put them in his shepherd’s bag, in the pouch; 
his sling was in his hand, 
and he drew near to the Philistine.

The Philistine came on and drew near to David, 
with his shield-bearer in front of him. 

When the Philistine looked and saw David, 
he disdained him, 
for he was only a youth, 
ruddy and handsome in appearance. 

The Philistine said to David, 
‘Am I a dog, 
that you come to me with sticks?’ 
And the Philistine cursed David by his gods. 

The Philistine said to David, 
‘Come to me, 
and I will give your flesh to the birds of the air 
and to the wild animals of the field.’ 

But David said to the Philistine, 
‘You come to me with sword and spear and javelin; 
but I come to you in the name of the Lord of hosts, 
the God of the armies of Israel, whom you have defied. 

This very day the Lord will deliver you into my hand, 
and I will strike you down and cut off your head; 
and I will give the dead bodies of the Philistine army 
this very day to the birds of the air and to the wild animals of the earth,
so that all the earth may know that there is a God in Israel, 

and that all this assembly may know 
that the Lord does not save by sword and spear; 
for the battle is the Lord’s 
and he will give you into our hand.’

When the Philistine drew nearer to meet David, 
David ran quickly towards the battle line to meet the Philistine. 

David put his hand in his bag, 
took out a stone, slung it, 
and struck the Philistine on his forehead; 
the stone sank into his forehead, 
and he fell face down on the ground.


2 Corinthians 6:1-13

A reading from the secon dletter of Paul to the Corinthians.

As we work together with Christ, 
we urge you also not to accept the grace of God in vain. 

For he says,
‘At an acceptable time I have listened to you,
and on a day of salvation I have helped you.’
See, now is the acceptable time; 
see, now is the day of salvation! 

We are putting no obstacle in anyone’s way, 
so that no fault may be found with our ministry, 

but as servants of God we have commended ourselves in every way: 
through great endurance, in afflictions, 
hardships, calamities, 

beatings, imprisonments, riots, 
labours, sleepless nights, hunger; 

by purity, knowledge, patience, kindness, 
holiness of spirit, genuine love, 

truthful speech, and the power of God; 
with the weapons of righteousness for the right hand and for the left; 

in honour and dishonour, 
in ill repute and good repute. 
We are treated as impostors, and yet are true; 

as unknown, and yet are well known; 
as dying, and see—we are alive; 
as punished, and yet not killed; 

as sorrowful, yet always rejoicing; 
as poor, yet making many rich; 
as having nothing, and yet possessing everything.

We have spoken frankly to you Corinthians; 
our heart is wide open to you. 

There is no restriction in our affections, 
but only in yours. 

In return—I speak as to children—open wide your hearts also.


Mark 4:35-41

Hear the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ according to Mark.

When evening had come, Jesus said to his disciples, 
‘Let us go across to the other side.’ 

And leaving the crowd behind, 
they took him with them in the boat, just as he was. 
Other boats were with him. 

A great gale arose, and the waves beat into the boat, 
so that the boat was already being swamped. 

But he was in the stern, asleep on the cushion; 
and they woke him up and said to him, 
‘Teacher, do you not care that we are perishing?’ 

He woke up and rebuked the wind, and said to the sea, 
‘Peace! Be still!’ 
Then the wind ceased, and there was a dead calm. 

He said to them, ‘Why are you afraid? 
Have you still no faith?’ 

And they were filled with great awe 
and said to one another, 
‘Who then is this, 
that even the wind and the sea obey him?’



St Mary our Lady

Church Farm Lane, Sidlesham, Chichester PO20 7RE


Presents


The Emsworth Meridian Choir

and Friends


Sunday 7th July 2024 3pm

For an afternoon of music and song followed by the traditional

St Mary's tea and cake.


Tickets £10 for the RNLI and a retiring collection in aid of St Mary our Lady


Please come and support this concert for the RNLI in its 200th year and also our church. Tickets are availale from Hilary Platts after 10am service and also on the door (but we would prefer to know in advance how many are coming for the refreshments).

16 June 2024
Our third Sunday pattern is back again! As we are now in ordinary time we had 2 services to choose from. In the Church Hall Father Chris held a 'Crafty Communion'  with lots of activities for children of all ages! At the same time Father Roger came and we had a sung matins in CHurch. The choir sang the Benedictus in the setting  in C V Stanford in C. It is the centenary of  his death this year.
The Anthem wsa 'Thou Visitest the Earth' setting by Maurice Green.

There was coffee after the service.









1 Samuel 15:34-16:13

A reading from the first book of Samuel.

Then Samuel went to Ramah; 
and Saul went up to his house in Gibeah of Saul. 

Samuel did not see Saul again until the day of his death, 
but Samuel grieved over Saul.
And the Lord was sorry that he had made Saul king over Israel.

The Lord said to Samuel, 
‘How long will you grieve over Saul? 
I have rejected him from being king over Israel. 
Fill your horn with oil and set out; 
I will send you to Jesse the Bethlehemite, 
for I have provided for myself a king among his sons.’ 

Samuel said, 
‘How can I go? 
If Saul hears of it, he will kill me.’ 
And the Lord said, 
‘Take a heifer with you, and say, 
“I have come to sacrifice to the Lord.” 

Invite Jesse to the sacrifice, 
and I will show you what you shall do; 
and you shall anoint for me the one whom I name to you.’ 

Samuel did what the Lord commanded, 
and came to Bethlehem. 
The elders of the city came to meet him trembling, and said, 
‘Do you come peaceably?’ 

He said, ‘Peaceably; 
I have come to sacrifice to the Lord; 
sanctify yourselves and come with me to the sacrifice.’ 
And he sanctified Jesse and his sons and invited them to the sacrifice.

When they came, 
he looked on Eliab and thought, 
‘Surely the Lord’s anointed is now before the Lord.’ 

But the Lord said to Samuel, 
‘Do not look on his appearance or on the height of his stature, 
because I have rejected him; 
for the Lord does not see as mortals see; 
they look on the outward appearance, 
but the Lord looks on the heart.’ 

Then Jesse called Abinadab, 
and made him pass before Samuel. 
He said, ‘Neither has the Lord chosen this one.’ 

Then Jesse made Shammah pass by. 
And he said, ‘Neither has the Lord chosen this one.’ 

Jesse made seven of his sons pass before Samuel,
 and Samuel said to Jesse, 
‘The Lord has not chosen any of these.’ 

Samuel said to Jesse, 
‘Are all your sons here?’ 
And he said, ‘There remains yet the youngest, 
but he is keeping the sheep.’ 
And Samuel said to Jesse, ‘
Send and bring him; 
for we will not sit down until he comes here.’ 

He sent and brought him in. 
Now he was ruddy, and had beautiful eyes, 
and was handsome. 
The Lord said, 
‘Rise and anoint him; 
for this is the one.’ 

Then Samuel took the horn of oil, 
and anointed him in the presence of his brothers; 
and the spirit of the Lord came mightily upon David from that day forward. 
Samuel then set out and went to Ramah.


2 Corinthians 5:6-10

A reading from the second letter of Paul to the Corinthians.

Brothers and sisters,

we are always confident; 
even though we know that while we are at home in the body 
we are away from the Lord— 

for we walk by faith, not by sight. 

Yes, we do have confidence, 
and we would rather be away from the body 
and at home with the Lord. 

So whether we are at home or away, 
we make it our aim to please him. 

For all of us must appear before the judgement seat of Christ, 
so that each may receive recompense 
for what has been done in the body, 
whether good or evil.


Mark 4:26-34

Hear the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ according to Mark.

Such a large crowd gathered around Jesus
that he got into a boat and began to teach them using many parables.

Jesus said, 
‘The kingdom of God is as if someone would scatter seed on the ground, 

and would sleep and rise night and day, 
and the seed would sprout and grow, 
he does not know how. 

The earth produces of itself, 
first the stalk, then the head, then the full grain in the head. 

But when the grain is ripe, 
at once he goes in with his sickle, 
because the harvest has come.’

Jesus also said, 
‘With what can we compare the kingdom of God, 
or what parable will we use for it? 

It is like a mustard seed, 
which, when sown upon the ground, 
is the smallest of all the seeds on earth; 

yet when it is sown it grows up 
and becomes the greatest of all shrubs, 
and puts forth large branches, 
so that the birds of the air can make nests in its shade.’

With many such parables he spoke the word to them, 
as they were able to hear it; 

he did not speak to them except in parables,
but he explained everything in private to his disciples.
09 June 2024
This morning we met at 10 am for a celebration of the Eucharist. Father Chris is away for a short break, so we welcomed Father Peter as our Celebrant. We sang some of  his favourite hymns and he joined us for coffee after the service.

We are gearing up for the Fete on the 27th of July, if you can help on the day do sign up on the list in Church!

On the 7th of July we are going to have an afternoon of choral music from The Emsworth Meridian Choir and Friends, this will be followed by tea. Tickets are £10 in aid of the RNLI. All are welcome do come along!






 







1 Samuel 8:4-11

A reading from the first book of Samuel.

All the elders of Israel gathered together 
and came to Samuel at Ramah, 

They said to him, 
‘You are old and your sons do not follow in your ways; 
appoint for us, then, 
a king to govern us, like other nations.’ 

But the thing displeased Samuel when they said, 
‘Give us a king to govern us.’ 
Samuel prayed to the Lord, 

and the Lord said to Samuel, 
‘Listen to the voice of the people in all that they say to you; 
for they have not rejected you, 
but they have rejected me from being king over them. 

Just as they have done to me, 
from the day I brought them up out of Egypt to this day, 
forsaking me and serving other gods, 
so also they are doing to you. 

Now then, listen to their voice; 
only—you shall solemnly warn them, 
and show them the ways of the king who shall reign over them.’

So Samuel reported all the words of the Lord to the people 
who were asking him for a king. 

He said, 
‘These will be the ways of the king who will reign over you: 
he will take your sons and appoint them to his chariots 
and to be his horsemen, and to run before his chariots;


2 Corinthians 4:13 - 5:1

A reading from the second letter of Paul to the Corinthians.

Just as we have the same spirit of faith 
that is in accordance with scripture—
‘I believed, and so I spoke’—
we also believe, and so we speak, 

because we know that the one who raised the Lord Jesus 
will raise us also with Jesus, 
and will bring us with you into his presence. 

Yes, everything is for your sake, 
so that grace, as it extends to more and more people, 
may increase thanksgiving, to the glory of God.

So we do not lose heart. 
Even though our outer nature is wasting away, 
our inner nature is being renewed day by day. 

For this slight momentary affliction 
is preparing us for an eternal weight of glory beyond all measure, 

because we look not at what can be seen 
but at what cannot be seen; 
for what can be seen is temporary, 
but what cannot be seen is eternal.

For we know that if the earthly tent we live in is destroyed, 
we have a building from God, 
a house not made with hands, 
eternal in the heavens.


Mark 3:20-35

Hear the gospel of our Lord Jesus Christ according to Mark.

The crowd came together again, 
so that they could not even eat. 

When his family heard it, they went out to restrain him, 
for people were saying, ‘He has gone out of his mind.’ 

And the scribes who came down from Jerusalem said, 
‘He has Beelzebul, 
and by the ruler of the demons he casts out demons.’ 

And he called them to him, and spoke to them in parables, 
‘How can Satan cast out Satan? 

If a kingdom is divided against itself, that kingdom cannot stand. 

And if a house is divided against itself, 
that house will not be able to stand. 

And if Satan has risen up against himself and is divided, 
he cannot stand, but his end has come. 

But no one can enter a strong man’s house and plunder his property 
without first tying up the strong man; 
then indeed the house can be plundered.

‘Truly I tell you, 
people will be forgiven for their sins 
and whatever blasphemies they utter; 

but whoever blasphemes against the Holy Spirit 
can never have forgiveness, 
but is guilty of an eternal sin’— 

for they had said, ‘He has an unclean spirit.’

Then his mother and his brothers came; 
and standing outside, they sent to him and called him. 

A crowd was sitting around him; 
and they said to him, 
‘Your mother and your brothers and sisters are outside, 
asking for you.’ 

And he replied, ‘Who are my mother and my brothers?’ 

And looking at those who sat around him, he said, 
‘Here are my mother and my brothers! 
Whoever does the will of God is my brother and sister and mother.’
04 June 2024

 

 

 

Do you want to integrate whole families into your church? 

Would you like your children’s group to come to adult church?

 Do you want to integrate the care of the environment into your church life?

Come and find out how!

 

 

Chichester Deanery is holding a
Deanery Day

Enabling & Equipping parish ministry

- Integrating children and families into our churches

- Integrating the care of the environment in church life

 

Keynote speakers include:

Revd Canon Rob Dillingham 

(Parish Development Officer and Deputy Director for Apostolic Life)

Bishop Nick Holtam 

(Formerly lead bishop on the environment)

 

To be held at St Paul’s Church, Chichester PO19 6FT

on Saturday 29th June 2024

9:00am for a 9:30am start, ending with lunch at 1.30pm

The morning is open to all in your church interested, not just Synod members.

 

Click Here to Register 

 

Service Times

First Sunday in the Month:
08:00am Holy Communion
10:00am Family Service

Second Sunday in the Month
08:00am Holy Communion
10:00am Parish Eucharist

Third Sunday in the Month
08:00am Holy Communion
10:00am Sung Matins in the Church or Crafty Communion in Church Hall

Fourth Sunday in the Month
08:00am Holy Communion
10:00am Parish Eucharist

Variations can be found in the Parish Magazine or the Calendar at the bottom of this page.

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