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Our churchwardens are finally admitted

by Colin Such

Posted 19/10/2020 15:42:15



We all have a role to play in the life of the church - from cleaning the hall to leading prayers, from keeping the accounts to leading worship. Some are seen by all whilst others seem to go unnoticed - but all are equally important and no less valuable to the church.
Jan and Bob offered themselves to serve as churchwardens this year click learn more to see their oaths being taken - have you discerned your calling? - you may not get on video but we'd love to help you fulfill it

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The week in Rushall

by Colin Such

Posted 17/10/2020 12:05:11



Sunday 18th October is the Feast of St. Luke the Evangelist
Our services are:
8am at St. Michael’s – places still available
9am at Christ the King – sorry, this service is fully booked
10.30am at St. Michael’s – a couple of places may still be available and you can watch it live on our Facebook page
3pm Afternoon praise – a simple service of hymns and sermon streamed on YouTube
6.30pm St. Michael’s – places available.

Thursday 22nd October
9.30am Holy Communion at St. Michael's.

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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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Data Protection

by Colin Such

Posted 31/05/2018 17:28:03



Due to new data protection rules we need your consent to keep you in touch with what’s going on or coming up in Rushall parish.

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Restoration project breathes new life into wall paintings at Rushall church

by Site Administrator

Posted 13/01/2016 09:38:01



Deteriorated wall paintings that have adorned the walls of a Walsall church for more than 100 years have been given a much-need spruce up as part of a £200,000 restoration project.

Members of the church are now hopeful that the restored creations will help bring more public exposure to the historic building.

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