If you are new to our parish, our city, or our faith
THERE IS SO MUCH GOING ON
We are a warm and active parish, with a lot of opportunities to get involved.
Our news page will give you information on our masses, news, and regular weekly meeting opportunities. There is something going on every day of the week – still mostly online
GET TO KNOW US AND HELP US TO GET TO KNOW YOU
We are a community, and are keen to talk you through our opportunities and get to know you. Please fill in our contact form, and we will be in touch. Also please make yourself known to our welcomers at mass. They will be happy to tell you more and point you in the right direction.
There are more great opportunities to join in in our weekly groups online on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings and Thursday mornings. And we have coffee and social time after the 11:30 Sunday mass at St Joseph’s.
LEARN MORE ABOUT OUR FAITH
Whether you’re thinking about christianity in general, want to progress in sacraments, or just want to refresh or extend your faith, we strongly recommend starting with our alpha programme. Read more about our programme and contact us to discuss.
We also see this as the first part of our RCIA programme for adults looking to be baptised or confirmed in our church.
There are separate arrangements for baptism, first holy communion and confirmation for children – see here
DO YOU HAVE CHILDREN
Our parish has two Catholic primary schools, both offering a strong inclusive and welcoming experience that enables children to develop all their talents, and his links to Cardinal Newman, the Brighton Catholic secondary and sixth form centre.
There are many opportunities for families, including children’s liturgies and messy church. Details are always in the newsletterr/
For information on baptism, first holy communion and confirmation for children – see here
We also live out our faith loving our neighbour, and meeting need across our local community. We’d love you to get involved in our activities. These include:
We provide a food bank working out of St John the Baptist Hall, and will be developing this into a comprehensive and exciting new community hub
We run a Lightbulb project, through which our volunteers provide very practical help to people in need in the community – both parishioners and referrals from outside.
We see welcoming and hospitality as a key ministry, and would want a much larger group of people involved than we have now – if you like talking to and getting to know people, please get in touch.
And if you have skills and interests in ministries like reader or music, make sure we know.