Here you will find information and announcements taken from recent Pew Sheets.


Moira is away until the 22nd October. During which time she will be unavailable for contact. Please wait until she returns. Thank you.

Christmas cards with Nativity scene are on sale, £4.00 for 10 and Fishbourne pens, either black or blue ink £2.00 each. Available at the back of Church.

Applications for Bishop Luffa School.

Dear parents, if you are applying for a place at Bishop Luffa school and need a church form signed. Please make sure the school forms are sent in on time, the church form will go in at a later date, once I have signed it. Further information about this will be on the pew sheet later this month. 


Congratulations to Mike Lewis who has been awarded the Order of St. Richard in recognition of the work he does for the church and the wider community.

Autumn 2019. St Peter’s Gardeners 
We are meeting 9 – 10.30am on Saturdays on the 19th October and 9th November. New gardeners welcome. See you on the day!
‘A Baroque Musical Feast’
 Concert & Supper
On Saturday 19th October at 6pm in Church followed by supper in St Peter’s Place. Chamber music performed on period instruments by acclaimed musicians from the Consort of Twelve. Tickets £15, £8 for ages 18 & under from Tel: 01243 532642. Cheques to be made payable to PCC St Peter and St Mary.

Let’s Learn Together

An invitation to explore some Christian themes on 3rd Sunday evenings of the month. The next meeting takes palce on 
Sunday 20th October 5:30 – 7:00pm. 
At St Peter’s Place, our church hall adjacent to St Peter and St Mary’s Church, Fishbourne. The theme is 
“Being Resilient ”. What does the bible have to say?
 There will be an interval for tea and coffee midway. We hope these evenings will be interactive and informative. Please invite your friends. 
All are very welcome

The Quiet Garden at Fishbourne

On Tuesday 22nd October 10.00am – 12.15pm in St. Peter’s Place continuing our theme of ‘Inspiring Joy’ with L’Arche ember, Chris Bemrose who will lead on ‘Using the Heart to Transform Pain into Joy’ All welcome. See Sue or Barbara for details

Remembrance Sunday 2019 – 
‘Daffodils Planting’ in the garden at St Peter’s. 

After the 9.30am Remembrance Sunday Service on 10th November, we are going to plant Daffodil bulbs in St Peter’s Garden, close by the Garden of Memories, along the line of the new fence. If you would like to plant some daffodil bulbs, everyone is welcome, and you may wish to remember a loved one: The planting will take place during morning coffee and will end around 12 noon. Donations to St Peter & St Mary’s Church re-decoration fund.

Messy Church.

Sunday 10th November at 4.30pm in St Peter’s Place
The theme will be ” Love God – The Story of the Prodigal Son” There will be games, crafts and activities for all followed by a supper, please feel free to pop along, all children must be accompanied by an adult. For more information contact Caroline at


On the 13th November (a change to the original date), at 7.15 p.m a safeguarding training session will take place in St. Peter’s place so as to bring us up to date with what the diocese expects from parishes. Churchwardens, members of the PCC’s, those who help with Messy Church and Storytellers, are all expected to attend. Safeguarding within the church is the responsibility of us all, therefore this training is open to anyone who would like to attend, please let Moira know if you will be coming.

Magazine Questionaire.

Don’t forget to return your completed survey form. If anyone feels they could help with the advertising side of the magazine please contact Moira on 530198.

Can you help?

Many of you know that Joan has had to give up cleaning the brass for the church, after many, many years of service. We thank her for her faithfulness, but now need someone to take on this rewarding job. It can be done at a time that suits you, at least monthly, so if you would like some quiet time in the church, and feel you would enjoy doing this, please speak to Moira.

Dedication of flowers

If you would like to have flowers dedicated on a special date please contact Mavis on 01243 788704 or Cherry on 01243 574850. Alternatively speak to us on Sunday. Writing your message down would help ensure we get the wording right and names spelt

Potter’s Village

The latest news letter is on the table near the Jenny Green board, so do take a look.
Please thank God for
* the good reputation of the Medical Centre for its cleanliness and care.
* the continued good work of the Nutrition Unit in teaching mothers to feed their children well with what they have.
Please pray for
* medical staff willing to volunteer with the project.

We need your talent

Calling all musicians, can you play the organ, piano or some other instrument, or do you know someone who does and would like to help out at our Sunday services. Please speak to Moira on 01243 530198.

Prayer tree:

You are invited to write a prayer on one of the luggage labels on the prayer table and hang it on the prayer tree.  Perhaps it could be a prayer of praise and thanksgiving or may be a prayer of intercession. Thank you.

Coffee after Church:

We have a few gaps on our rota for several Sundays this summer. If you feel you could help out, please let Sue know.

Please support Fishbourne CE Primary with the Tesco Bags of Help Scheme

Please put your token in the relevant slot when you shop at Tesco in Fishbourne.  We are raising funds for play equipment & could raise £4,000 with your help! 
Every little helps!!

A Fun Little Fundraiser

Purple Fishbourne Church blue ballpoint pens with an Alpha Soft Touch Stylus for sale. £2 each. Available after the service.
 Proceeds go towards our fundraising for redecoration of our Church.

This month we pray for:

Our Harvest Festivals.
Apuldram Flower Festival.
The Apuldram Centre.
The Leaders of our Nation.
Those who are leaving home for the first time to go to university.
Those who are lonely.