Welcome Page


The Church will be open over Easter for Services  

Please look at the What's Happening page below to see a list of the Easter Services   

And click here if you wish to book a place in one of the Services in the Church

The church is also open daily for private prayer as follows:

Weekdays and Saturday, 10 am to 4 pm.

Sundays, 12 noon to 4pm.


 

The Sunday Parish Eucharist will now be at 10am in the Church and  on Zoom at  11:15am

Please note however that, exceptionally,  the Zoom service on Easter Day (4/4) will be at 10.30am.


Please contact the office if you would like an email  invitation. >> click here



Thank you for your patience and perseverance in the face of all these changes and we look forward to seeing you all as soon as this is possible.

Please go to our what's happening page to see our PDF documents 





Additional updates will be added to this website and can be found on our social media.

If it would help you to talk to someone please phone one of our clergy
- Revd Liz - 01273 452535 or Canon Ann - 01273 965303.

If you would like to receive the weekly newsletter and other news from St Mary's by e mail, please  email the parish office: smdh.office@gmail.com

Please go to our what's happing page to see our Newsletter, Magazine and  Christmas Services


PLEASE SCROLL DOWN FOR MORE INFORMATION 

St Mary de Haura is now a Heritage Site  Click Here for more News 

We have created a “You Tube”  Channel where there will be recordings of sermons for each Sunday going forward and a variety of services for you to join in with.  .

 

Please click here to visit the channel  to see all our Current weekly  and previous Services.  


Compline

We also have videos of daily Compline Services. To find out more go to the You Tube Channel or you can download a PDF of the service here


You can also find service details at the Church of England Website here



 IF YOU ARE SELF ISOLATING AND NEED HELP
with getting groceries, picking up prescriptions  or you just need a friendly chat by phone, email or text

Telephone: 01273 440202 ( parish office)
or 

IF YOU ARE FIT AND CAN OFFER HELP TO THOSE WHO NEED IT
Please contact us as at the above to tell us what you can do to help your neighbours.
We will add you to the list of volunteers and then put you in touch with someone who has requested help or a chat

ALTERNATIVELY : 
Print out and complete the card which you can find here and pop it through your neighbour's door.
IF YOU DO HAVE TO SELF-ISOLATE
Here are a few suggestions which we hope will help:

Follow the advice on self-isolating from the Government and from the NHS


Pay attention to your own well-being, both physical and mental:


Get as much exercise as you can -
moving around the house, gardening, or the NHS simple exercise routines

Don't bottle up your worries - talk to someone or check the advice here
 
Use your computer to help pass the time: Here's a list of 7 things to do online if you're stuck at home and feeling bored 



 



 You are very warmly welcomed to St Mary’s, a Christian community at the heart of Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex.  People come to St Mary de Haura for all sorts of reasons:
  • For quiet time in the presence of God and to pray and worship.

  • For services, activities and events, which you can find out about from our magazine and our website.

  • To enjoy the architecture and beauty of the building and to explore its history.

  • To re-visit the church where they were baptised or married, or perhaps sang in the choir or were a bell ringer.

  • To talk or just be with God when there is nowhere else to go.

It is a great privilege that so many people come here for so many reasons; from joyful occasions, to those times when we turn to God in despair, and those times when we are asking questions about faith. 

So whatever your reason for being here, welcome, and we hope to see you again.

The church is open daily from 9.00 am to 6.00 pm and our main Sunday Service is at 10.00 am. 

If you want to speak to someone please do phone.

Yours in Christ, 

Ann

To see our safe guarding policy please click here