The Church Hall was built a little over twelve years ago with help from lottery funding and is availalbe for use by all members of the community. There are various groups that already use the hall on a regular basis and various time slots are still available for booking. The hall is also a popular venue for children's parties and can be booked for a one off occasion by individuals and groups.
With modern clean facilities and disabled access the hall is a welcoming place for all to come.
At very reasonable rates the hall is here for your use.
Events this week in the hall:
Sun 11th 11.30am After Service
Coffee/Tea and time to share together
Mon 12th 8.30am Working Party
Tue 13th 10am Pleasure Painters
7.15pm Neighbourhood Watch
Wed 14th 11am Pilates
Thu 15th 10am Drop in with
homemade cakes, tea and coffee
12.30pm Clergy Chapter
7.30pm Folk Dance Group
Fri 16th 10am Pleasure Painters
1pm Bridge Club
Sun 18th 11.30am Coffee/Tea and time to share together
We are told in the book of Acts of the Apostles that from the very beginnings in the life of the church, the baptised "remained faithful to the teaching of the apostle, to share in the common life, to the breaking of bread and the prayers.
The parish of Rushall continues in this tradition and heritage of our faith.
Prayers are offered daily for the parish both morning and evening. To join our prayers at home please follow the link:
Morning Prayer: http://daily.commonworship.com/daily.cgi?today_mp=1
Evening Prayer: http://daily.commonworship.com/daily.cgi?today_ep=1
Daily Prayer provided by the official Church of England web site, © The Archbishops' Council of the Church of England, 2002-2004.
Our church members gather to celebrate God's love in the Holy Communion several days throughout the week.
All of our services are from "Common Worship" - the latest prayer book of the Church of England. Our said services last approximately half an hour and provide a simple, quiet and reflective service. On Sundays, our sung services last one hour. At Christ the King, the 9am Sunday service consists of four hymns, readings, prayers and sermon. At the Parish Church (St. Michael's) a similar service is followed but with the added benefit of a robed choir and the use of incense.
On the first Sunday of the month evensong consists of an hour long choral Book of Common Prayer Service with hymns and sermon. On the other Sundays the service is a simple said Common Worship evening prayer without hymns and lasting around 40 minutes.
All visitors are warmly welcomed at all of our services and, together with our "Seeker Service" on the first Sunday of the month (a simplified Communion service), we hope that our services offer something for everyone.