‘Paraclesis’ Feedback on the feedback!

‘Paraclesis’ Feedback on the feedback!

  • People felt that the course was helpful in reminding them of key Christian themes and encouraging them to engage with those around them.
  • Some people found it helpful looking at the same theme over two weeks but others felt it dragged.
  • Generally people were glad to have the book to refer to.
  • Those who engaged with the material in a midweek group as well as on a Sunday found it particularly helpful as things could be looked at and discussed in more detail.
  • The general feeling was that it was a good thing to have done and interesting to have tried something new. It was a helpful reminder of how we should live as Christian believers.

Archdeaconary Pilgrimage

As part of the Diocesan Year of Prayer you are invited to take part in a pilgrimage to Chichester Cathedral on Saturday, June 9th. We meet at the Hunston canal bridge at 10.30am and then make our way to the Cathedral for a Eucharist at 12noon followed by a ‘Bring & Share’ lunch. The pilgrimage will be led by Bishop Mark and the Archdeacon of Chichester, Douglas McKittrick.

If you would like to come please sign up at the back of church.

Thank you,

Help Required

Would anyone like to join the youth group team to assist Alistair and others running Lighthouse or Solid Rock youth groups?

Both groups are on alternate Wednesday evenings at The Annexe, North Mundham.

It is a lot of fun and the young people are fabulous.

If you’d like to just try one evening before committing, that would be fine, but please make a prior arrangement to visit.

For more details contact Alistair or James

Welcome to St Stephen’s Church


Welcome and thank you for visiting St Stephen’s Church, North Mundham.  St Stephen’s is part of a strong and vibrant community in the Parish of North Mundham, south of Chichester.  This is a popular church, with a large congregation, attracting people from near and far.

The services during the month offer an opportunity to praise God in different ways.  The Church runs a Sunday School on the 1st and 3rd Sunday of each month.  We welcome children to all our services with a monthly All Age Service.  Children and youth groups meet in the Village Hall for games, singing, activities and Christian teaching.

St Stephen’s and St Leodegar’s churches work closely together as a united benefice and are ministered by Revd. James Russell.