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‘To do justice, love mercy and walk humbly with our God’  

Welcome to the website of St Margaret’s church, West Hoathly where you can find out more about us.

At present public worship has been stopped by Government order however we are open for private prayer on Wednesdays and Sundays until late afternoon.

Details of our online services and resources can be found below.

Please click on the image below to watch this short film of a walkthrough tour of visiting the church for private prayer during lockdown and to see the measures taken to keep you safe.

Visiting the Church during Lockdown.

This week.

All Saints and St Margaret’s will be open for private prayer on Wednesday and Sunday until late afternoon.

If you wish to visit the church, please maintain a 2m distance between groups, use the hand sanitiser at the entrance (you can bring your own if you prefer), wear a face coverings and sign-in (as part of our Track and Trace protection).

Wednesday 2nd December.

6.oopm Streamed via facebook live  Advent Reflections – Death. A peaceful and reflective service of readings and music followed by Compline.  Download the service sheet here

Sunday 6th December, The Second Sunday of Advent.

10.30am     All Age Eucharist with Admittance to Holy Communion. Open to all. This service will be live-streamed via facebook.

Chairs will be changed and communal areas cleaned following this service.

11.30am    Eucharist – reserved for the elderly & vulnerable. St Margaret’s.

6.00pm      From Darkness to Light. All Saints’, Highbrook. A service of Music and Readings for Advent.

Read this week’s sermon here

Click to read this week’s Parish Notices.

All streamed services will be archived later the same day here on our YouTube Channel.

Community Response – Support and Help during the Covid-19 Pandemic.

Please click here to download the booklet Worship for those who need to stay at home Version 3 – November 2020 – January 2021

 

The latest news from the Diocese of Chichester.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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