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Archdeacon Martin Lloyd Williams will be presiding and preaching at the 9.00 am and 11.00 am masses on the 25th of October. It is good to welcome him to our parish community.
Sunday Masses will be at 9.00 am at The Good Shepherd and 11.00 am at St Nicolas
St Nicolas, Portslade will be open from 10.00 am until 4.00 pm each Tuesday and Saturday. There will be no mass on Tuesday this week.
The Good Shepherd, Mile Oak will be open from 10.00 am until 4.00 pm each Wednesday. There will be no mass on Wednesday this week.
1st November is All Saints Day, The Right Revd. Will Hazelwood SSC, Bishop of Lewes will be presiding and preaching at the 9.00 am and 11.00 am masses. I am looking forward to welcoming Bishop Will to our parish. Fr David
The latest advice from the Government is that worshippers must wear a mask if they are able.
There will be a 9.00 am Mass at the church of The Good Shepherd, Mile Oak and an 11.00 am Mass at the church of S. Nicolas, Portslade. There is no cap on numbers as long as those present can preserve social distancing. I am afraid that singing is not yet allowed and there are various other restricitions that I will explain before each service
I will still be live-streaming the 9.00 am Sunday mass for all those who cannot yet attend church.
As members of this PCC we are committed to the safeguarding, care and nurture of all our members.
We recognise that safeguarding is everyone's responsibility.
We are committed to implementing all safeguarding policies and practice guidance issued by the House of Bishops
We will carefully select and train all those who work or volunteer in positions of trust. We will use the Disclosure and Barring Service, amongst other tools, to check the background of each person.
We will respond, without delay, to every concern made that a person for whom we are responsible may have been harmed.
We will co-operate fully with statutory agencies during any investigation concerning a member of the church community.
We will seek to ensure that anyone for whom we have pastoral responsibility who has suffered abuse is offered support that meets their needs.
We will respond appropriately to those who have committed sexual offences who wish to join our fellowship, following House of Bishop's guidance and the advice of the Safeguarding Team.
We will review this policy annually and as part of this process will ensure that all our procedures, particularly in relation to the Disclosure and Barring Service, are up to date.
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