Welcome to Warbleton Parish Church website.

Government regulations have prevented public worship at least until Wednesday 2nd December.
Our Benefice Sunday services will be live online at 9:30am at: facebook.com/malloyd
And afterwards on the Warbleton Parish Church Facebook Page facebook.com/WarbletonParishChurch
And “Warbleton Parish Church” You Tube Channel Warbleton Parish Church You Tube Channel.

Further details of our services and other activities can be found on our What’s On page or in our weekly notice sheet and monthly parish magazine. (PDFs) although these have been subject to change because of the corona virus situation.

(If you would like to see the adverts which normally appear in our magazine, you can access them  here: Magazine Adverts

There is a previous issue of the parish magazine in the free online e-reader Calameo here.

You can join our email mailing list here.

Our Covid 19 privacy notice is displayed in the church and is also available here: COVID 19 Test & Trace Online Privacy Notice Warbleton.

The church will be open for private individual prayer only on a Wednesday afternoon between the hours of 2pm and 5pm. Anyone attending will be asked for their names and a contact phone number.

The latest Church of England guidance can be found at: https://www.churchofengland.org/more/media-centre/coronavirus-covid-19-guidance-churches

We will of course keep what we are doing under review and make any necessary changes in the light of experience and any changes to the guidance or legislation.

If you have any other queries, please do contact me.

The Revd Marc Lloyd

01435 830421 / 07812 054820

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The audio sermon is on the website as usual:

We are a friendly and welcoming, Bible-believing Church of England parish church. You are warmly invited to join us at our main Sunday service is normally at 11am (but see above), or at our other services and activities.

If you are interested in finding out more about the Christian faith we’d love to hear from you. We recommend the Christianity Explored Course which, along with other courses, we run regularly. You may find the Two Ways To Live summary of the Christian message helpful.

The parish of St. Mary the Virgin, Warbleton serves the communities of Beestons, Chapman’s Town, Punnetts Town (part), Rushlake Green, Three Cups, Turners Green and Warbleton, although many of our members come from further afield.

 

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