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

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 on the picture of the cover below to view the service booklet for Trinity 19 .

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To listen to the hymns in the service (played by Tony Hancock and sung by Frances and 'distant' family and friends), click on the titles below. Each one will open in a new window.

God is our strength – Michael Forster (b.1946), Martin Luther (1483-1546)

O God of earth and altar – G. K Chesterton (1874-1936), Trad Eng melody collected by R. V. Williams (1872-1958)

Lord we come to ask your healing – Jean Holloway (b.1939), Trad Welsh melody arr. C. Hand

Click on "CONGO" in the side index to access music and words to extra 'new' hymns/songs/tunes for you to learn or revise; traditional or contemporary. Listen to them and become more familiar with them so that we can use them in church when we are able to sing together again.


Other worship resources online are:
Daily Service on Radio 4


Choral Evensong on Radio 3

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.)

updated 17.10
.20

 

We are delighted to be able to announce that the 10.30 Parish Eucharist has now resumed.

THE WEARING OF A FACE COVERING IS NOW MANDATORY FOR ALL PLACES OF WORSHIP.

It takes place adhering to all relevant government and church guidance. Strict social distancing and hygiene requirements are in place. We may have to restrict numbers if necessary and we ask for the names and telephone numbers of those who attend. This information will only be used if we need to support the NHS track and trace procedures and the information will only be kept for 21 days. When people arrive they are given a service booklet which they will keep and are then be taken to a designated seat. In the front of the service booklet there is some important information to read in order to keep announcements during the service to a minimum.

We continue to rely on your ongoing generosity, so even if you are unable to attend please save up your offerings or send them to our Parish Treasurer ( Cheques to ‘PCC of Pulborough’) More info. Call 01798 875773

We are so pleased to be able to come together again in our beautiful house of prayer and meet with the Lord in His sacramental presence and receive that grace we so need at this time.

‘ O worship the Lord in the beauty of holiness’ Psalm 96.

The church continues to be open for private prayer at on Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday from 2.00pm - 4.00pm.

 

Pulborough Community News (October)
Click on the cover to download your free copy.

Oct cover

Pulborough Update v.36 16.10.20 (Word)

Shops & services 24.09.20 (pdf)
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.