Welcome to Rushall church, here for you whenever you want us both physically and online.
The Parish Church of St. Michael the Archangel has served our community for nearly 800 years and our mission church of Christ the King for 130 years; our churches remain here to welcome, comfort, support and encourage any who come, whatever their reason; the church is here for you today and if you can't physically come to us, we can come to you in a variety of ways:
As well as public worship in our church buildings we have daily services on zoom and our main Sunday service is streamed live on Facebook.
Our social events are still limited at this time but we try to keep in touch with each other as best we can and enjoy each other's company in safe and suitably socially distanced ways.
It is still the season of Epiphany.
Epiphany began on 6th January and continues until Candlemas on 2nd February.
The word means a form of revelation, a moment in which you see or understand something of great importance to you.
In the readings through the season we hear of how Christ was revealed to the world or to various people or groups in the world.
The question for us is whether we have fully grasped just who Jesus is and whether we make make that known to others by what we both say and do.
The PCC meets on Thursday 20th January.
We have much to discuss, much to celebrate and much to plan as we look forward to ways in which we can share the good news of God's love to the whole of our community.
The Churches of St. Michael the Archangel and of Christ the King of the Parish of Rushall are committed to Safeguarding and have adopted the National and Diocesan Safeguarding Policies. Our Safeguarding Coordinator is Mrs Gill Clark and can be contacted on 01922 624583Learn More
Lord, we confess that we tend to see our calling as individual.
‘What would you have me do?’ we ask. ‘Where might I be best
used?’ And, of course, that is part of our calling, for you see us
We are also called to stand alongside one another in our
service, and we sometimes forget this.
But you, Father, always see the bigger picture.
Forgive us for being so caught up in our own spheres that we
fail to see the need to stand with our brothers and sisters, to
serve together in the advancement of your kingdom.
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