Welcome to St Wulfran’s on line inter-active services via Zoom:
Sunday morning 10am – Morning Worship
Email our Vicar Martin Lloyd Williams; firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone Ewart Wooldridge for help with getting connected and using Zoom (01273 390206)
Wednesday 10.15am – Morning Prayer
A said service of morning prayer, with bible readings and intercessions.
If you would like to be added to the email invitation list for this service as a regular or occasional participant, please email Derrick and Teresa Stirling at email@example.com . Or phone Ewart Wooldridge (390206).
Friday morning 9am – Silence and Stillness
– Join us for 30 minutes of meditation and contemplation.
To join us or for further information contact Barry Sugg: firstname.lastname@example.org; 01273 303838
The Church continues to be alive and active, but our buildings must close. The country is seeing a huge increase in the number of people falling sick with COVID-19. We must distance ourselves from one another and prevent the spread of infection in order to save lives.
Therefore, as well as public worship being suspended, St Wulfran’s and all church buildings in the Church of England are now closed. Our worship of God and our care for each other continue but cannot be done in this building.
What we are doing at St Wulfran’s
Interactive on line Sunday Service Anyone who would like to participate in next week’s service, should contact Ewart Wooldridge (email@example.com) and we will send you all the instructions and provide technical advice if you need it.
Prayer Resources – “St Wulfran’s – Praying in a Pandemic . It contains: a reflective service for worship in isolation; Bible readings and Collects for Sundays; the service of Compline; various prayers; information about prayer and other services available on radio, television and the internet . This can be downloaded at:
Ovingdean Community Support We are working in partnership with ORPS (Ovingdean Residents and Preservation Society) to create a network of communication and support across the village for anyone who is vulnerable and in need of practical help. We are really grateful to all of you who have volunteered to be part of this network. We have helped ORPS distribute a leaflet to every house in the past week. To request support – Email: firstname.lastname@example.org; Phone or text 07984 160452
Whitehawk Foodbank at St Cuthman’s Church urgently needs help to support people in this difficult time to reach and care for those in most need in our community whilst considering safety for everyone involved. Donations of foodcan be delivered to 45 Ainsworth Avenue (leave in porch at left side of the house) and contributions will be taken to Whitehawk regularly. Urgently needed items: tinned vegetables to ensure a balanced diet for Foodbank clients.
Alternatively donate on line through: https://www.bankuet.co.uk/whitehawk -this enables you to donate a once-off or regular parcel for the Whitehawk Foodbank.
Hearing You Pastoral Phone Line
- Please note this helpline number is ending at 31 May, and local parishes will continue to provide prayer and support.
-A prayer for all of us at this time:
Keep us, good Lord,
under the shadow of your mercy.
Sustain and support the anxious,
be with those who care for the sick,
and lift up all who are brought low;
that we may find comfort
knowing that nothing can separate us
from your love in Christ Jesus our Lord. Amen.
A Parish Church St Wulfran’s Ovingdean is a Church of England parish near Brighton, the home base of a lively, outward-looking Christian community. We are an inclusive congregation with a real sense of outreach to our local community and beyond, with a commitment to continuing the loving work of Jesus Christ.
The Sung Parish Eucharist at 10 am on Sundays is our main act of worship.
An Ancient Church St Wulfran’s is one of the oldest buildings in the city of Brighton and Hove, and is a place of prayer and peace. It has been our spiritual home, serving the community of Ovingdean, for over a thousand years.
A Beautiful Church The Victorian artist Charles Eamer Kempe was an Ovingdean resident and his famous Kempe Ceiling and stained glass windows make St Wulfran’s a very special place.
An Open Church Our church is open daily 10.00 – 16.00 for prayer and visits. It is a place of serenity, peace and reflection, with a true sense of God’s presence. The Lady Chapel is set aside for prayer and contemplation. We welcome you at any of our services and activities.
We regret that our ancient building is currently not fully accessible for people with mobility issues, particularly those who use a wheelchair. There is a fairly steep slope up to the church gate, as well as some steps. We do have portable ramps that can be deployed. If you plan to visit us and require help with access, please Contact Us in advance and we will do our best to assist you.