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This week in Rushall

by Colin Such

Posted 09/01/2021 15:47:54



Rushall Parish Church remains open.
Public worship continues despite the lockdown and you are welcome to come. However, if you are in a vulnerable category please consider whether you should; for those who prefer to stay at home please join us online.
When arriving 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 17th January is the Second Sunday of Epiphany.
Our services are:
8am Holy Communion at St. Michael's
10.30am Holy Communion at St. Michael's
6.30pm Holy Communion at St. Michael's
For midweek services click learn more

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You can now donate on line

by Colin Such

Posted 04/04/2020 14:42:30



The church buildings remain open for public worship however our income is considerably down due to the ongoing pandemic and our expenses remain the same.
The only income we have comes from you.
Thank you to all of you who are setting up standing orders, sending cheques or saving up your stewardship envelopes for us.
You can also give online.
For details of how click learn more
If you can't give financially, please don't worry - your love and your your prayers are just as valuable to us and are priceless.

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Safeguarding

by Colin Such

Posted 14/09/2019 17:39:58



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 624583

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Holy Week in Rushall

by Colin Such

Posted 11/04/2019 17:28:26



Sunday 14th April is Palm Sunday and the beginning of Holy Week.
We have special services every day.
On Sunday 14th our services are:
8am Holy Communion
9am Sung Holy Communion at Christ the King
10.30am The Liturgy of the Palms; starting in the churchyard the Palm Crosses are blessed and we process singing into church. Then follows the liturgy of the Passion centres around the telling of the story of the last few days of Jesus' life. We end with communion.
6.30pm Said Evening Prayer
For all the services in the week click learn more

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October Letter

by Colin Such

Posted 04/10/2018 16:50:13



1st October is the day that some of us return from our pilgrimage in Sicily (I say 1st october but we don’t actually land until 12.20am on Tuesday morning!)
No doubt I shall save my memories of Sicily for future sermons, much to the delight of many!

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June arrives with a bang

by Colin Such

Posted 14/06/2018 15:46:37



Spring finally arrived and with a bang! Baking hot sunshine and then dramatic thunder storms. The storms unfortunately resulted in the tragic death of an elderly driver on the Lichfield Road who was caught in a flash flood under the bridge.

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Data Protection

by Colin Such

Posted 31/05/2018 17:28:03



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We hope for summer

by Colin Such

Posted 05/05/2018 14:06:31



I have just come back from clergy conference; the theme this year was “Hope”. A great deal of talks were asking “What is hope?” how does it differ from desire, for instance?
Most of us were in fact hoping for the weather to improve (was this hope or just a desire for some warmth?)

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April Fools?

by Colin Such

Posted 05/04/2018 16:59:33



April begins with the feast of Easter falling on April (or “All”) Fool’s Day.

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A beautiful friendship

by Colin Such

Posted 11/02/2018 14:10:00



“A beautiful friendship” – that’s the title of our Lent course this year – a course using scenes from the film Casablanca to direct our thinking on our relationship with God and the world today and what that means for our understanding of the gospel.

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