News and notices

CAFOD Harvest Fast Day

Because  1st October was a feast day for us we have moved the Harvest Fast Day to Friday 8th 

With COP26 (the 26th UN Climate Change Conference) due to take place in Glasgow from 31 October to 12 November, CAFOD's focus this Autumn is focused on the Climate Crisis. You can read more about it on CAFOD's Web Page

Spreading the Word

Many parishioners know Santos who (with his sister Leona) has been an altar server both at St George’s and at St Theresa’s.  

Santos has recently graduated at the University of Portsmouth but will be staying on for a year as a Relay Worker, working alongside the Christian Union. Relay is all about helping people love and serve Jesus. Santos is embarking on an exciting year of mission, training and discipleship.

Find out more here

Beginning Experience Weekend

For those who find themselves single again following divorce, separation or bereavement:
8 - 10 October, Sion Community, Brentwood, Essex..

Beginning Experience is a weekend programme to help you move from the darkness of your grief into the light of a new beginning.  More details at .

Covid restrictions

Within our parishes, no changes are being made at present to the way we were doing things prior to Step 4, as described in the guidance on coming to Mass. This will be reviewed in September.

Need help back into employment?

Southdown has a new NHS funded service to support people in West Sussex, Brighton & Hove back into employment, volunteering or education/training if they have been affected by COVID and have a mental health condition. More details...

Artwork at St George's

If you'd like to know more about the amazing collection of artwork - paintings, wood sculptures and ceramics - that are in the church at St George's, then this book (£15) with its full colour photos may be of interest to you. Speak to Helen at St George's on a Sunday or send an email.

Cover of book about artwork at St George's, Hove
Fr Alistair's Farewell

Many parishioners came to say 'Farewell' to our former priest, Fr Alistair, on Sunday 8 August. The event had been delayed because of Covid restrictions.

Fr Alistair has written expressing his thanks to everybody and there are photos in the slideshow below.

From Fr Tony

Our new parish priest, Fr Tony, introduces himself... (click image below)

Mailing list

Many parishioners receive our emails concerning Masses and other parish information. Do you receive them? If not, are they going into your spam or junk folder? Or perhaps we don’t have your current email address?

You can add yourself to the mailing list if you are not already on it.

Photos from Fr Alistair's Farewell, 8 August
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