A special Station Mass for all those who have died this year

The last twelve months have been challenging for people across our community, particularly those who have been bereaved during the Covid-19 pandemic, or before.

Many of us have found it difficult to get to Church through the various lockdowns, to sit with the Lord, share our thoughts and find comfort in His embrace. Those who have lost someone may also have been unable to be with their families and friends, with limited numbers of people able to attend funerals in person. Join Bishop Richard as he offers Mass for our intentions, our friends and our loved ones who have died.

Deanery Station Masses will take place on the following dates and times:

  • Lewes Deanery – Wednesday 3 November at 6pm, St Wilfrid’s, Burgess Hill.

  • Eastbourne & St Leonards Deanery – Thursday 4 November at 6.30pm, Our Lady of Ransom, Eastbourne

  • Brighton & Hove Deanery – Monday 8 November at 7pm, Sacred Heart, Hove.

  • Weybridge Deanery – Tuesday 9 November at 7.30pm, Our Lady of Lourdes, Thames Ditton.

  • Guildford Deanery – Wednesday 10 November at 7.30pm, St Joseph’s, Dorking.

  • Epsom & Redhill Deanery – Friday 19 November at 7.30pm, St Michael’s, Ashtead.

  • Crawley Deanery – Monday 22 November at 7pm, St John’s, Horsham.

  • Cathedral Deanery – Tuesday 23 November at 6.30pm, Arundel Cathedral.

  • Worthing Deanery – Wednesday 24 November at 6.30pm, St Mary of the Angels, Worthing.

  • Woking Deanery – Thursday 25 November at 7pm, St Dunstan’s, Woking.

  • Mayfield Deanery – Monday 29 November at 7pm, St Mary’s, Crowborough.

To assure people of the certainty of grace and mercy, even without the normal recourse to the Sacraments, the Holy Father has granted the gift of a Plenary Indulgence to all those affected by the Corona Virus in various ways. This extends to those suffering from the virus, their families, healthcare workers and the general faithful who are concerned at this time. Click here for details.


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CARE MASS  cancelled for the time being

Every now and then we may be called upon to take on the role of “carer”. Our regular Care Mass is held on a Sunday afternoon and is a time for families to come together, carers and those needing care, to celebrate Mass in a relaxed atmosphere. There is a tea party following Mass giving us the opportunity of sharing and supporting one another.

SENIOR LUNCH CLUB DATES 2020  cancelled for the time being

HOLY HOURS  cancelled for the time being

We have decided to continue having a Holy Hour (normally on the 1st Monday of each month but check the Newsletter) with different focuses for our prayer.