Preparing for Lent 2019 Series : Mark My Word . A communal reading of Mark’s Gospel. Refreshment break between Mark chapters 8 & 9. Finish at 8.30 pm. All are welcome. If you would like to read aloud, just show up. If you just want to listen, just show up! We look forward to sharing Good News together.
Sunday 13 January 2019 @ 6 pm. Spiritual exploration and theological reflection through the lens of cinema. Free film and popcorn. Finish at 9 pm.
Something Else @ 6 : something else, every Sunday.
On Sunday 16 December 2018 we raise donations to twin our church toilet through the Toilet Twinning initiative. Please join us for our 10 am Sung Parish Eucharist, or after the service at 11.15 am to lend your support and to enjoy toilet-themed games and refreshments – suitable for all ages! We even hope to become a Toilet Twinned Village in the coming year! Come and join us at St Wulfran’s in our christian life and work for social justice.
Join us at 3.15 pm in Ovingdean Village Hall for Christmas Praise and Tea.
TONIGHT @ 8 pm
Saturday, 08 December 2018
FOUR LAST THINGS
Our four-part series of Sung Compline by Candlelight with Advent Meditations continues this evening at 8 pm. Tonight we explore the theme of Judgement.
Come, worship the Lord in beauty of holiness. Come, be still in God’s loving presence. Come, all are welcome.
Sunday 2 December 2018 @ 6 pm
Reflect on the holy season of Advent with beautiful music and ancient words in our beautiful and ancient church. Watch and wait with us. Hope and pray with us. Prepare to receive God’s new life in the coming of the Christ-child.
All are welcome. Come!
St Wulfran’s is delighted to announce that our new priest, The Reverend Mother Kathryn Twining, will be licensed by the Bishop of Chichester at 7.30 pm on Friday 16th November 2018. All are welcome to a celebratory Eucharist.
The Churchwardens and PCC are delighted to announce the appointment of Reverend Kathryn Twining as our new vicar and parish priest.
Mother Kathryn moves to us from Guildford Diocese, where she works as a member of Clergy on Call, teaching, preaching, presiding – and more! – in parishes throughout the diocese.
She is Rector of the Guildford Chapter of the Society of Catholic Priests, supporting men and women in their priestly service of God within the Anglican Communion.
She trained for ordination at Westcott House and Sidney Sussex College Cambridge, then served her Title in Southwark Diocese at St Alfege Greenwich and St Edward King & Confessor New Addington.
She is a professional pianist and private teacher.
Her interests include liturgy, the arts, the great outdoors and motorcycling. Mother Kathryn is bilingual – fluent in both American and English!