The Parish Church of St Peter and St Paul Rustington
The Parish Church of St Peter and St Paul Rustington

Children and Youth

Noah's Ark

Noah's Ark is an adult and toddler group that usually meets on Tuesday afternoons from 12.30 - 2.30 pm in the Church Hall.  

Monday Rocks!

A new club for Primary aged children. Crafts, Action songs, stories.

Mondays during term time at 4pm.

Bolders

A group for year 6/7 upwards. We meet on a Tuesday evening for games, discussions, food and prayers. For more information get in touch.

Rocks

Rocks is for primary aged children and meets for fun activities at 9.50am on every Sundays apart from the 1st Sunday of the  month when we go to the All Age service in church. Contact us for more info.

Family Support Work

We work closely with Becca Carter from Family Support Work (the Sussex Charity for Families) in Rustington.  Becca is ably assisted by volunteers from our congregation in the ongoing work of providing support to the families with special needs in our parish. To find out more view the FSW Website.

                                                                                             

                 Family Support Work                                  May 2024 Newssheet

Dear Friends

 

It was a privilege to be in Rye Church to be presented to HM The Queen on Thursday, more so because I was able to talk to Her Majesty with one of our mums about what FSW has done for her family. Afterwards the mum's comment was that HM was really listening to what she was saying.

 

Of course, it's great to be able to do things like the Rye visit, but it really is the difference we make for our families that counts.  That work, carried out by the members of the team with the support of the volunteers, is the really important thing that we do.

 

As we head towards the summer holidays, we will be setting up all the events that make a difference: the Teddy Bears picnic at Warnham in July; days of cricket at Arundel; quieter days for children with SEN at Berwick Church.  All these events go together to make a difference for everyone that attends them.  These events all have the underlying theme of ensuring our children have good stories to take back to school, happy positive childhood memories.

 

So, as we gear up for summer, I hope that you have good things planned and perhaps you can help us by supporting our summer activity appeal and Make Summer Magic Happen.

 

Best Wishes

Martin and the FSW team

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday Services  

8.30am Said Holy Communion (Traditional)

10am Sung Eucharist or All Age Communion

(Also livestreamed.)

 

 

Monday & Thursday Morning Prayer at 9am.

Wednesday: 

9am Morning Prayer in person and on Zoom here if requested.

11am Holy Communion

SAFEGUARDING

Click on the above heading to view the various govern-ing Policies

St Peter & St Paul is a registered charity: Number 1133812

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