Easter Lilies & Flowers

The Easter lilies and flowers are in memory of: Robert Allpress Mary Allpress Eric Allpress Clive Barber Tony Bazan Dennis Beer Stanley Bell Sue Blakely Jim Borg Mr & Mrs E. Borg Iain James Boyd Peggy Brown Anthony Piers Brown Bill Brown Keith Deshborough Brown Patricia Deshborough Brown Peter Bruell...

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Holy Week Gospel Readings

Set some time aside each day during Holy Week to read the Gospel reading for the day, remembering that in his word our Lord is truly present. Make sure that you are comfortable. Perhaps light a candle. Make the sign of the cross † and remain still for a minute...

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Sunday Readings Commentary

Father Andrew Wadsworth offers a short commentary on this week's Sunday Lectionary readings. To read the relevant Bible passage just click on the reference. Before reading and reflecting on God's word you might like to use the following prayer: O Lord,who hast given us thy wordfor a light to shine...

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Attending Public Worship

St Nicholas' (Arundel) and St Leonard's (South Stoke) will re-open for public worship from 2nd December. Arundel Sunday 8.00 am - Holy Communion (CW Order 2 Traditional) Sunday 10.00 am - Mass Tuesday 6.30 pm - Mass Wednesday 10.00 am - Holy Communion (CW Order 2 Traditional) Friday 12.000 pm...

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Coronavirus Covid-19 Information

Are the churches open? The churches are open for public worship and private prayer from 9.00 am to 4.30 pm. The 10.00 am Sunday service is also livestreamed. Please use the link on the Home Page. What about Christenings, Weddings and Funerals? Funerals may still go ahead although certain restrictions...

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Bishop of Chichester’s Lent Message

I was recently asked by a reporter whether in the diocese of Chichester Ash Wednesday has become more popular – like Christmas is. My own experience of offering “ashes to go” outside Brighton station was very informative. Generally, people on their way to work were not very interested and sometimes...

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Friends of St Nicholas Newsletter January 2020

Thanks to your support the Friends were able to donate £28,000 to St. Nicholas in 2019. This brings the total since we started to just over £128,000. In addition, we still have £15,000 ring fenced for the restoration of the West Window and another £6,000 which will contribute to the...

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Archdeacon’s New Year Message

2020 – Don’t Panic! When I wrote this in time for January publication, the General Election campaign was in full swing. Whatever the predictions I might have had about the vote in December. I’m pretty sure that they will, no doubt, now proved to be wrong! Whenever we look forward...

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Parish Garden Appeal

At St Nicholas’ we are working to create a parish garden for the church and wider community. Many of the dead and dying trees have now been removed. Now we need to remove the stumps of the old trees, plant a hedge, sow grass seed and arrange access to the...

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Sunday Group’s Night in the Church

On the night of 6th September members of St Nicholas’ Sunday Group spent ‘a night in the church’. This fun evening included a bbq, games, a film and spending the whole night in Arundel’s ancient parish church. The event was rounded off with a delicious breakfast of bacon sandwiches.

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