Church of the Good Shepherd Brighton

Experience God's Love

  • 272 Dyke Road
  • Brighton
  • East Sussex
  • BN1 5AE

01273 553747
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Coronavirus

See below for recent services, readings and reflections

Next Service

Sunday Service 10.15am
This will be an on-line service using Zoom.  To obtain the details to join the service live, please contact Michael Miller at reader@goodshepherdbrighton.org.uk.

Please find the service sheet and homily sheet here.


Previous services

Sunday 24 May -  Ascension Sunday

You can download the service sheet.


Sunday 17 May -  Sixth Sunday of Easter

You can download the service sheet.


Sunday 10 May - Fifth Sunday of Easter

You can download the service sheet.


Sunday 3 May - Fourth Sunday of Easter

You can download the service sheet.


Sunday 26 April - Third Sunday of Easter

You can download the service sheet.


Sunday 19 April - Second Sunday of Easter

You can download the service  sheet and Homily

Sunday 12 April - Easter Sunday

You can download the service  sheet and Homily.

Friday 10 April - Good Friday Stations of the Cross

You can download the service  sheet.

Thursday 9 April - Maundy Thursday

You can download the service  sheet and Homily.

Sunday 5 April - Palm Sunday Service

You can download the service  sheet and Homily.

Sunday 29 March - Lent 5

You can download the service  sheet and Homily.



Candle - Day of Prayer and Action Sunday 22 March
We lit a candle at in our windows at 7.00 pm. The Prayer sheet we used is here and there are some pictures are here. 

Weekly Sheet 22 March

Reflections from Hilary Morfitt on Mothering Sunday 22 March 2020 - download

Reflections from Fr Felix on the announcement that Church services were to be suspended. Tuesday 17 March 2020

Very difficult and unprecedented times for all! The world never had a Lent -and being quarantined- or any other season as of this one. After a long suffering over “Brexit” we now have something much worse.  But as people of faith, we go ahead with hope.  

The best we can do is help one another in whatever way we can e.g. shopping, a telephone call, etc.  particularly those on their own. So do let me or others in the church know if someone is in need of help. Again, we hold all in our thoughts and prayers. 

Bearing in mind what I have already been saying in the church “Prevention is better than cure” and “Prudence is never too much” I had deliberately avoided visiting the Care-Homes as well as individuals since 3 weeks ago.  

The church services are on, with all precautions. However, each one will know how to go ahead. At the moment, all I can say is “What a difference a day can make” and thus the advices from the government and the diocese will be carefully observed. 

A bit anxious but with more hope and faith.

Fr Felix