St Stephen's Church
North Mundham

Service Times

SUNDAY SERVICES DURING EACH MONTH

1st

9.30am

Holy Communion

2nd

9.30am

All Age Worship

3rd

9.30am

Holy Communion

4th

9.30am

Morning Praise

5th

9.30am

Holy Communion

Graveyard Opening Times

Please note that the current opening hours for St Stephen’s graveyard are between 10am and 3pm every day.

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Kat led today's service, including Edward's baptism. Rev May said the lesson, linking Bassett's Jelly Babies with baptism - she very interesting facts about jelly babies! Some of the worship songs were chosen by Edward's family and fitted in very well in the service. ... See MoreSee Less
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Cornerstone Film Matinee : Tomorrow 24 January 2022 : The FatherJoin us 2:00pm for free film and refreshments! ... See MoreSee Less
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The 2022 calendar for our churches (St Stephen's North Mundham and St Leodegar's Hunston) is now available. ... See MoreSee Less
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Walk St Stephen's to St Leodegar's

Rogation Sunday

Rogation Sunday is the 5th Sunday after Easter each year, on which Churches traditionally take the opportunity to walk the Parish boundaries, pausing to pray periodically, and is often referred to as ‘Beating the Bounds’. In this Benefice we have, for a number of years, walked across the fields connecting the two churches, praying as we go. In 2020, during the pandemic lockdown, this was done by Peter and Gillian Sanders, who took photographs en route, which you can see in this video.

The Church of St Stephen in the Parish of North Mundham - History

Researched and Compiled by David J Coward, the connect’s “Old Chestnut”, first in June 2013 and updated four times so a 5th edition created in 2021 is available.
© The Editor and St Stephen’s Church PCC

A DVD version may be ordered for £5.00 (£5.50 including p & p) in aid of the Church Fabric Fund. It includes over 29,500 words and almost 100 illustrations, reflecting the history of the Church of St Stephen from its probable 8th century beginnings to modern times, with information about its Patrons, Incumbents, Church Wardens, Architecture, Furnishings and other related aspects. It includes a full name index.

To purchase a copy please contact David Coward via david.coward374@btinternet.com or text to 07449 829248

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