Welcome to
St Bartholomew's Church
St Bartholomew's external view
Ann Street 
Brighton
BN1 4GP
 
Registered Charity No 1129911

Easter Day at St Bartholomew's

 

A Church of England Parish within the Diocese of Chichester,

St Bartholomew's is the world famous Fr Wagner church

noted for its unique style,

superb traditional Anglo-Catholic liturgy,

fine music and preaching
.

Solemn High Mass on Easter Sunday

 


 St Bartholomew's aims to be

a friendly church

where people of all

christian backgrounds

are welcomed and valued.



9.30am Family Mass

 

With traditional hymns and "New People's Mass" by Dom Gregory Murray.

Lasting about 45 minutes.

 

11.00am Solemn High Mass

With elaborate settings of the Mass by mainly Viennese composers.

This Mass has music and liturgy for which St Bartholomew's is renowned.

The music repertoire consists of over 40 classical Masses.

See details of all Mass settings at Music at High Mass

 

    

Sunday 21 September

Saint Matthew 


Mozart -

Mass in G (K140)


 

Traditional congregational hymns mainly from

the English Hymnal are included.

Lasting between 75 and 90 minutes.


Coffee and refreshments are usually served after both Masses.

 


Weekday Services

Monday to Friday

12.15pm Low Mass

 

Saturday

9.30am Low Mass

 

Thursday during school term time

9.10am School Mass

 

Evening sung Masses in celebration of the principal  Feasts

are as shown on the Music at High Mass page.

Please note that some of these weekday Feasts may be

transferred
to the nearest appropriate

Sunday and Music at High Mass

should be visited to identify such transfers.

 

The Angelus is said daily at noon.

Regina caeli from Easter to Whitsunday.

 


 

St Bartholomew's Church is open daily

Monday to Saturday from

10.00am to 1pm and 2pm to 4.30pm

for visitors and prayer.

 


Parish Priest: Fr David Clues

Telephone church parish office: 01273 620491

 


 

Assistant Clergy:

The Rev'd Canon Geoffrey Baulcomb

The Rev'd Dr Peter Lynn

The Rev'd Fr John Askey

 


 

 Diocese of Chichester

www.diochi.org.uk

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