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Welcome to the website for the Parish Church of Saint Mary, Pulborough, West Sussex, England.

Click on the picture of the cover below to view the service booklet for The Third Sunday of Epiphany.

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Click HERE to watch the pre-recorded service (which will open in YouTube), with a sermon from Tony Holloway. Words for the hymns are now included in the video.

If you are not a member of one of our regular giving schemes, but would like to support the church and its work during the lockdown, please CLICK HERE

Click here for details of the brand new St Mary's Church Cookbook!

 

A full list of digital resources available from the Church of England can be found in this DOCUMENT.

Click on the Church of England logo for Daily Prayer and Prayers (Daily Prayer provided by the official Church of England web site, © The Archbishops' Council of the Church of England, 2002-2004.)

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ted 23-Jan-2021

 

Although communal worship is still permissible, in the light of the government's announcement on a national lockdown and in the interests of safety, we have reluctantly decided to suspend public worship.
However, we will be resuming our recording of the Sunday liturgy for people to view via this website, alongside a downloadable service booklet.

The Pulborough Star would normally be taken down for Twelfth Night but this year is "different". It will be lit from 6-7.30pm every evening until Candlemas to shine out as a symbol of hope.

Pulborough Community News (January)
Click on the cover below to download a free copy

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Pulborough Update v.49 22.01.21 (Word)
Shops & services 10.01.21 (Word)

Click on the headings to download very useful exhaustive lists of shops & services available in the village, from art galleries to wine and spirits, beauty to vets! Our thanks go to Felicity Stroud for this great idea.