Welcome to the Parish of Rushall, Walsall.

Summary/Outline

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.

If you want to be kept up to date click on "subscribe" and then on the category that best suits your interests. We can then email you from time to time with news of forthcoming events that may be of interest to you. You can, of course, unsubscribe at any time

Morning and Evening Prayer live on Zoom Mon-Thu and Sat 8am and 6pm. Contact us for the link.
St. Michael’s is open for private prayer by prior arrangement

If you would like to arrange a visit to St. Michael’s please contact the vicar.

We are here for you whenever you need us but we need your help too. With the many restrictions in place our income which is purely from individual donations is drastically reduced. If we wish to help us your suppprt is greatly appreciated.

You can set up a standing order for regular contributions, send a cheque or give online.
Contact us for details of how you can help.
If you can't give financially, please don't worry - your love and your prayers are just as valuable to us and are priceless.

You can give via our page on "just giving". It is a page owned by Lichfield Diocesan Trust but any monies you donate will all be sent to the parish account to keep our church running here in Rushall.
You will find the link on our Facebook page or if you are more tech savvy than the vicar scan the Q code.