News from St Mary’s
It is a great privilege to play J.S.Bach’s Preludio from the E major Partita and on the 1696 Stradivarius violin which brings together the County through the High Sheriff Jonathan Lucas. Bach was a man of exceptional faith, who said that he could not write music without his belief which is supremely expressed through music. Bach’s music expresses a […]
Two bands of eight bellringers from across Sussex met in Horsham and Warnham on Monday evening 4th August to mark the outbreak of the First World War and remember the three Warnham bellringers who died during the conflict. The three were: John Edward Charman. Killed in action 21st August 1915 aged 25. James William Miles. […]
Sunday 3rd August at 6.30pm at St Mary’s Parish Church there will be a service of Evensong Remembering the Outbreak of the Great War. 100 years ago the Church reflecting the community thoughts actively encouraged people to serve, arguing that the war was a righteous one against evil. Today a more reflective tone is taken […]
There was a super atmosphere today and the building was full of happy children having fun together and learning about Jesus!
Revd Natalie Loveless’ Licensing Service for her new post of Vicar of St. Leonard’s and Parish Missioner will be on Monday 6th October, 7.30pm at St. Leonard’s, Horsham. All are most warmly invited to be present.
A whopping 1885 kg of food were collected and 70 people from churches across Horsham took part in manning the tables for the food collection done at Tesco’s in early July. Donations of meat and fish i.e. main meal items, tinned sponge pudding and long life milk are also items that are very welcome – […]