Welcome to Rushall and your church which is 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, our main Sunday service is streamed live on Facebook and a weekly sermon is available on YouTube.
Our social events are extremely 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.
Both of our churches are open for worship.
We would love to see you but if you are in a vulnerable category please consider whether you should come or stay at home; for those who prefer to stay at home please do join us online.
When arriving in church please do not stand and chat but go straight to a seat and after the service please leave without stopping to chat. Although to do so seems strange it is necessary for the safety of everyone.
Sunday 4th April is Easter Day.
Our services are:
7am Holy Communion at St. Michael's
9am Holy Communion at Christ the King
10.30am Holy Communion at St. Michael's
6.30pm Holy Communion at St. Michael's
For details of midweek services and more information click learn more
The way of the Cross
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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
We give thanks for all the good things in our lives;
for times of celebration, when we share our best and give of our best.
Praise be to you, Father, for blessing us so bountifully.
We thank you for the one who had nothing,
who rode into Jerusalem on a borrowed donkey.
Praise be to you, Jesus, for giving of yourself so richly.
As we enter the gates of Holy Week,
may we embrace the celebration with all that we have.
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