Sunday Worship to Resume.
Saturday 6th February 6.00pm Mass
Sunday 7th February 8.00am Mass
10.00am Mass with Music
Our Sunday Mass will be available on the website from this Sunday [17/01]
The Church of England Guidelines, Covid –19: To read these guidelines, including the wearing of face coverings, please visit www.chichester.anglican.org [Advice for Parishes]. .
NHS Trace & Track. Please can you use the NHS Trace & Trace bar-code poster to register your attendance when you enter the church. The wardens’ will help you with this if needed. Regards and thanks, Fr. Robert.
Safe Masks/Covering are compulsory for all members of the congregation. Please make sure you DON’T remove your mask when entering into any conversation while in the building.
Please remember when in church to use the hand sanitizers and respect of required social distancing of others.
Also, please remember to use our Garden of Remembrance to find a place for private prayer and reflection.
Walsingham 2021: I have received information from the shrine office to say that this years pilgrimage in September will have to be cancelled. We have been offered the following dates: 19th-26th April next year. Please can you let me know asap if you are happy with the new date.
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament: On the first Thursday of each month, starting from September 3rd, there will be Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament from 11:00 – 11:45 in the Lady Chapel.
Our Sunday Mass can be followed on the website.
Sunday Services as follows
Saturday 6.00pm Mass
Sunday 10.00am Mass
Feria The Archbishop of York
Feria DGH and Conquest
Feria Local Shopkeepers
Feria The Royal Chapel, Windsor
NO MASS TODAY
Feria Our Community
First Mass of Sunday
Please note: Fr Robert's day off is Friday
Father Robert's Weekly Service is available to view here
"The love of God compels us to worship, love, explore and to care"
From the Vicarage
May I extend a very warm welcome to all visitors to this website.
St. Augustine’s, Anglican Church, Bexhill on Sea is situated to the west of Bexhill. The Church was built in 1932, its main purpose then, was to act as a chapel of the many private schools in and around Bexhill at that time. Extended in 1962, St. Augustine’s caters for the spiritual needs of a large and diverse community.
At the very centre of our life and witness is the offering of the Mass. It is here that we encounter the Living Lord through Word and Sacrament. Mass is offered throughout the week (see weekly sheet for details) and provides a stable foundation for the many activities that St. Augustine’s offers.
You will read, as this website unfolds, of the variety of activities that we offer. Pastoral care and teaching lie, I hope, at the centre of our outreach in the parish. Each and every person is valued and given a warm welcome into our growing community.
St. Augustine's stands within the Catholic tradition of the Church of England and is a member of The Society of St. Wilfrid and St. Hilda.
May God bless and keep you. Fr Robert Coates SSC.
The safety, care, and protection of all members of our church community is a matter of priority at St Augustine’s Church, and the Diocesan Safeguarding Team (based in Hove) overseas this area of responsibility for all Anglican churches in this diocese.
Mr Steve Hills is the safeguarding officer for our parish,
and may be reached at 07522 299503 or at ‘safeguarding @ staugustinesbexhill.org.uk’.
If you have an immediate concern, and cannot contact
Mr Hills or Fr Robert, then please use the following link, and contact the Safeguarding Team directly.
If you are a child and you need to talk to someone about things that are happening to you that you don’t like, please click on the following link, which takes you the Childline website, or telephone
Childline on 0800 1111 | www.childline.org.uk
If you are an adult and you need to access support about something that is happening to you, please click on the following link to find out how you can do that. Scroll down to find links to various support organisations for you to contact.
If you need to report a safeguarding concern to the statutory authorities in Sussex, please click on the following link, choosing the option on the left that most describes the situation you are concerned about, and follow the advice and further links you find there. Please remember to contact the Diocesan Safeguarding Team as well once you have contacted the statutory authorities.
We are situated on the West Bexhill / Cooden boundary just east of the Richmond Avenue/ Cooden Drive junction in St Augustine’s Close.