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    Welcome to Rushen Parish

    Whether you’ve been going to church for years or this is your first time exploring Christianity – you will find a warm welcome at all four of our churches.

     

    Our four churches offer different worship styles to the communities which they seek to serve and we hope you will be able to experience them for yourself. The churches are:

     

    They work to support each other and share the same vicar, Rev. Joe Heaton. You can contact him or the Parish Office.  We are home to a large, friendly and diverse group of Christians that aim to be

     

    • warm and accepting,

    • child friendly,

    • vibrant, reflective and relevant in worship,

    • thoughtful in our faith,

    • serving the wider world.

     

    Sunday worship lasts about an hour. Children and Young People will often meet in their own groups and join with adults for Communion.  For details of our service times please click here.

     

    All the churches are open daily for prayer, peace and reflection.

     

    Our Vision

    The Parish of Rushen has an exciting and challenging vision:

    to be at the heart of the community
    revealing the heart of God.

     

     

    Safeguarding

    The Parish of Rushen is committed to the safeguarding, nurture and care of everyone within our church community. Lifebuoy

    If you, or someone you know, are concerned that a child or vulnerable adult is at risk or has been harmed, or are concerned about the behaviour of someone towards children or vulnerable adults, please contact  Rushen Parish Safeguarding Officer, Voirrey Baugh  Tel: 832275   /  Email: Admin  as soon as possible.  For further information about Safeguarding, please click on the link below.

     

    The Wider Church

    The Parish of Rushen is part of the Church of England in the Diocese of Sodor and Man. We are one of the ancient parishes of the Isle of Man and are found at the southernmost tip of the island. 

    The two other parishes in the south of the island are: Malew and Santan, and Castletown and Arbory.  Together, the three parishes form the Southern Mission Partnership. 

     

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