St Mary of the Angels in Worthing is a community of faith. We believe in the love and forgiveness of God and spread the ‘Good News’ among those we meet. Our church, in the Diocese of Arundel and Brighton, has been serving the Worthing community since 1864.
Our website allows you to watch Catholic Mass online on our live Mass webcam. Outside the Mass or service times you can view the tabernacle webcam in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel for online adoration. The webstream can be found here.
- Sunday; 8:30am, 10:30am, 5:30pm, 7pm (Italian).
- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 10am.
- Wednesdays; 7:30pm in the Church
- Holy Day of Obligation; 10am & 7:30pm
The Sacrament of Reconciliation can be received at the following times:
- Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday after 10am Mass (with some rare exceptions).
- Wednesdays between 6.50pm – 7.20pm.
- The first Sunday of the month after all Masses.
Daily Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament:
- Each day (except Sunday & Wednesday) in the Holy Souls Chapel, from 8.45am. Praying in silence for vocations.
- Saturday’s between 10:30am-11am.
Featured Noticeboard Entries
- Your Choir Needs You!
For many years St Mary’s has had a tradition of supporting the Mass with music. We are blessed with some very capable musicians who strive to enhance the spiritual environment by singing and leading the congregation in worship. There is a need to ensure this tradition continues. Unfortunately, many choir members are reaching a certain age and the ability to maintain a credible voice is fading.
There would appear to be a few myths about singing in a choir. The most frequent one is the perception that a choir member needs to be able to read music; WRONG! At the level we are in the parish, what’s needed is the ability to sing and maintain the correct pitch, commit to self-improvement, but most of all enjoy the pleasure of being with a group who celebrate what they are achieving.
If you can do that please think about joining the choir. Contact by email, using firstname.lastname@example.org
- This is my Son, the Beloved
The Feast of the Baptism of Jesus introduces us into the daily regularity of a personal relationship with him. Indeed, by immersion in the waters of the Jordan, Jesus united himself with us. Baptism is, so to speak, the bridge he built between himself and us, the road on which he makes himself accessible to us. It is the divine rainbow over our lives, the promise of God’s great “yes”, the door of hope and, at the same time, the sign that that indicates to us the path to take actively and joyfully in order to encounter him and feel loved by him.
Pope Benedict XVI, 2009
How to use our site
Read the newsletter entries in the Noticeboard page or view the Upcoming Events diary to find out the services and prayer groups for the coming days. You can watch our Mass services live online from the Catholic Mass Online page.
If you want to make contact with the church go to the Contact Us page to view the parish team, to make contact with the right person or to send us a prayer-line request so that we can pray for your intentions in our daily mass or through our prayer team.
Let us know what you think of our site or our online mass webcast by visiting our Guestbook and leaving a comment.
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