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23 June 2024

Wednesday, Friday & Saturday : 11.30am – Low Mass
Other days Mass will be at St Bartholomew’s:  Monday 9.30am; Tuesday 6.00pm; Thursday 12noon.
Sunday: 11.00am – Solemn Mass
WE WELCOME all visitors today.  Following Mass, refreshments are served in the Fishermen’s Vestry.
If you would like a copy of the music for congregational singing, please ask one of the welcomers.
GIFT AID ENVELOPES are available for your offertory contribution or donation.
REFRESHMENTS: Please join us for tea or coffee after the Sunday Mass.

ST BART’S 150TH ANNIVERSARY RECITAL – Saturday 29 June, 6pm
Lauren Easton
and Trevor Bowes will be giving a recital at St Bart’s this Saturday, accompanied by Hamish. There is no charge for this. A retiring collection will support the life of our church.

St Bartholomew's
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PRAYING THE ROSARY: Monday 1 July, 6pm
We gather again at St Bart’s early in July to pray a set of mysteries of the Holy Rosar.

Saturday 6 July, 12 Noon
We hold our Patronal Festival here at St Paul’s.
Fr Philip Corbett, Parish Priest-designate of St Silas, Kentish Town, will be preaching. Please do make a note of it in your diary and come along if you are able.
The Mass is followed by a buffet lunch. If you are able to help with this, please let Fr Ben or Fr Thomas know

St Paul
St Paul

Saturday 20th  – 3.00pm 
a richly illustrated talk by Dr Darren Clarke
Head of Collections and Research
Tickets: £10 (£8 for Friends of St Paul’s)
Doors open at 2.30pm, tea and cake will be served
Tickets can be purchased in advance from the Church Office ( ) or on the door

Charleston - a Bloomsbury paradise
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We are greatly looking forward to welcoming Dr Darren Clarke, known to many of us, who will speak about Charleston, a place associated with the Bloomsbury Set of the early twentieth century. Please do support this event if you are able and encourage others to come along.

Information will be sent out this week giving details of a forthcoming stewardship campaign at St Paul’s to help us to address out financial challenges as well as giving consideration to the way in which we live our lives as Christians. Please look out for this. The campaign will be launched with a reception after Mass on Sunday 7 July.

We now know that it will cost £85 a head to attend Fr Ben’s licensing at Walsingham on Saturday 16 November. This covers accommodation, food and transport costs. We will leave Brighton in a minibus and a number of cars at lunchtime on Friday 15 November, stay overnight at the Shrine and then return after lunch on the Saturday. We now need a £10 deposit per person to be paid by Sunday 28 July. For those of you intending on coming, please would you pay this amount by BACS to ‘St Bartholomews PCC’, 30-91-25, 00742253. Please also email Fr Thomas once you have done this. The remaining balance will need to be paid to St Bart’s by Sunday 1 September.

Monday 29 July – Thursday 1 August
Please let Fr Ben know if you’d like to book for the Walsingham pilgrimage this year. 
A deposit is required of £30.  We will be travelling by coach, the cost of which is covered by some generous grants.  The cost to pilgrims will be £251.50 (full board) or £224.50 (half board), including the deposit.  Have a confidential word with Fr Ben if you’d like to go but would find the cost prohibitive – funds are available to subsidise pilgrims in this situation..


June – 2024


Sunday 2nd
Corpus Christi :
music : Mozart – Missa brevis in d, K65a


Thursday 6th  
7.00pm  BREMF Community Choir rehearsal

Friday 7thThe Most Sacred Heart of Jesus

Sunday 9th
10th Sunday of the Year
music : Fauré – Messe Basse, Delibes – Gloria from Messe Brève

Tuesday 11 – St Barnabas
7.00pm – Patronal Festival at St Barnabas, Hove

Thursday 13th  
7.00pm  BREMF Community Choir rehearsal

Friday 14thFriends of St Paul’s Annual Dinner in church

Friends of St Paul's

Sunday 16th
11th Sunday of the Year
music : Haydn Missa brevis ‘Sancti Joannis de Deo’ (in Bb major, Hob.XXII:7 c.1775)

British Heart Foundation
London to Brighton
Bike Ride

roads will be congested

British Heart Foundation

Thursday 20th  
7.00pm  BREMF Community Choir rehearsal

Saturday 22nd 
3.00-9.00pm  Brighton Consort rehearsal & concert

Sunday 23rd
12th Sunday of the Year
music : tba
6.30pm  Brighton Chamber Choir concert (rehearsal 3.00pm)

Monday 24The Nativity of St John the Baptist

Thursday 27th  
7.00pm  BREMF Community Choir rehearsal

Sunday 30th
music : tba

Peter & Paul

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