S. Michael & All Angels Brighton

Cathedral of the Backstreets


 

 

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MICHAELMAS CELEBRATIONS

Friday 29th September

Macmillan Coffee Morning

our Annual Macmillan Coffee Morning will take place in

Church from 11.00am-1.00pm.

Donations of cakes and help please to Simon Thompson. 

Please note that Mass will be at 10.00am.

 

Saturday 30th September

 ‘Hallelujah’

 a new choral work by local composer Michael Wynne will take place in Church at 7.30pm - tickets £7 on the door.

 

Sunday 1st October

Michaelmas Festival Mass

at 10.30am, followed by a reception in Church.   


St Michael

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 Harvest Festival


On Sunday 10th September we shall celebrate the harvest with Parish Mass for All Ages at 10.30, followed by lunch. Please bring donations of foodstuff for the Food Bank and monies for the Diocesan Appeal. More information to come. 

It would be marvellous if we could have our children assist with the liturgy. If your children are interested in reading some prayers and helping at the offertory, please do email Father Rob at frrobertcoupland@gmail.com. Father Rob will give an interactive talk. 

Do invite friends and families along. It was great fun last year! 

Click here for the poster.


Harvest



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   Solemn Mass for the Assumption of Our Lady


Tuesday 15th August Saint Paul's West Street at 7.30pm

Refreshments to follow

All welcome!


Mary

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Year of the Bible


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S. Michael and All Angels' is an inclusive community of diverse people; all are very welcome to worship, pray and have a place among us. 

We gladly recognise that everyone, irrespective of age; colour of skin; gender; marital status; sexuality; nationality; disability; or background is a child of God: valued and loved by Him. 

We bid you a warm welcome whether you come as a visitor, or to pray, or if you come as one looking for somewhere to attend regularly. We are glad to have you with us. Please feel able to contact one of the clergy if you have any questions, especially if you are new to this community.