The Village News – May 2019

I can’t believe Easter is behind us! I loved the Seder, Easter Sunday was wonderful, and God’s Spirit truly flowed. Thank goodness there’s just as much in front of usI Soon it will be the summer. Trans Pride, Pride in the park, and all the fun that goes with each event. And in the meantime there are Working to Connect open days,Brighton and Hove Faith in Action open days, and we have received invitations to tour some of Brighton’s mosques and the Coptic church. From experience I can tell you that they both know how to feed you well! 

There’s lots to come, and next summer Charlie and Stephen are planning to be married! What a great excuse for a party!

I hope that whether you are here in Sussex or heading off during the summer that God bless you with lots of sunshine, the warmth of a full heart, and God’s most wonderful blessings.


Rev. Michael 

PS. Rev. Peta was in last month’s Headline News. You can read it HERE

Marcia D’Arc is also Mark, a unitarian from Bristol. He really needs a hand whilst in Brighton – if you’re able to offer a hand please contact him directly at 

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