Diocese of Arundel and Brighton
The Roman Catholic Diocese of Arundel and Brighton is a Latin Church Roman Catholic diocese in southern England covering the counties of Sussex and Surrey.
The Bishop Right Reverend Richard Moth was installed as the fifth
Bishop of Arundel and Brighton on 28th May 2015.
Diocese of Arundel and Brighton Pastoral Plan
One of the key elements of the Plan is the delivery of Schools of Prayer and Weeks of Guided Prayer in each Deanery. These weeks are now beginning and will be a very important element in the mission of the Diocese. Doing everything from a place of prayer will be absolutely necessary if we are truly to be ready for every good work.
Justice & Peace Assembly: ‘Still No Room at the Inn?” How can we respond to the homelessness crisis today? Sat. 25th January, at the St Philip Howard Centre, Crawley (DABCEC). Doors open 9.30 am. Free event. Introduced by Bishop Richard, with Speakers from Turning Tides, Homelink, Crawley Open House, Life Housing, Caritas Portsmouth, and more. Stalls and stands. Drinks provided – bring own cup/mug. Limited parking
School of Prayer for the Guildford Deanery
Guildford Deanery School of Prayer A Week of Guided Prayer – how does it work? It offers you the chance to meet each day for 30 minutes with an experienced Prayer Guide, one-to-one. The role of the Prayer Guide is to help you listen to the voice of the Holy Spirit in your heart; it is the Holy Spirit who guides us in prayer. A daily, informal and confidential meeting, at a time to suit you, will be agreed with your Prayer Guide. The week starts on Sunday, 9th February 2020 at 4pm prompt - at St Joan of Arc, Farnham, GU9 8DJ. Please don’t miss out, this is for you! So pick up a leaflet/booking form from the back of the church or drop an email to Closing date for applications will be on 6th January 2020, but no one will be turned away. We can accept those who are housebound, so please let us know if this applies to you or someone you know.
Evening Prayer for Divorced, Remarried & Separated: Sun. 23rd February, at 3 pm: All those in our parish communities who may be divorced, remarried or simply separated, are warmly invited to come together with Bishop Richard at St. John the Evangelist Church in Horsham for afternoon tea, conversation and the celebration of Evening Prayer, which will conclude the afternoon. It would be useful to know approximate numbers simply to allow us to cater appropriately. If you be kind enough to send through the name(s) of those who are coming along, that would be useful. You can send the information to Thank you.