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Welcome to the website for the parishes of Brighstone, Brook with Mottistone, Shorwell with Kingston.

Here you can find out about the services, events and groups associated with the churches, as well as information about the church buildings, and how we might be able to support you.We look forward to welcoming you.

  • The Five Churches Annual Parochial Church Reports can be read here.
  • Recent sermons can be found here.
  • Join us for daily prayer here.
  • For this week’s copy of The Link, click here.
  • To view each of our churches individual newsletters, click here.
  • To request a visit, please click here.
  • To request a prayer, please click here.
  • Details of the five churches fundraising commitments, including Ride and Stride can be found by clicking here.

 

Latest News and Events

  • Songs of Praise – 25th September – tickets available now! - Songs of Praise Churches and people of faith come together to sing some of the most loved Songs of Praise as part of the High Sheriff’s IW Day celebrations at: 4 pm on Sunday 25th September at Cowes Enterprise College, Crossfield Avenue, Cowes, PO31 8HB with Tim Daykin of BBC …
  • Flower Festival – St Peter’s Church, Shorwell 26th – 29th August 10am – 6pm - This year we are focusing on scenes and quotes from Shakespeare to commemorate 400 years of his death. Tea/coffee, cakes and biscuits will be available, donations most welcome. Sat 27th at 3.00 come and listen to harp playing and Shakespeare songs – join in with the singing! All are welcome …
  • Isle of Wight Street Pastors – need our help! - Many of you will be familiar with Isle Of Wight Street Pastors. What you may not know is that they are now at a low of only 29 patrolling Street Pastors & 10 Patrolling School Pastors. They have a wonderful team of nearly 30 Prayer Pastors who also are stretched …
  • BIG Worship – Brighstone - The BIG Worship will only happen on the 2nd and 4th (or 5th if it occurs) Sunday of the month from now on.
  • Arrangements During the Interregnum - During the interregnum the legal responsibility for worship, occasional offices, pastoral care, mission and so on falls to the churchwardens and Area Dean, rather than other licensed clergy or readers. The JPCC has agreed Nick Dorley-Brown will liaise with the diocese over the Rectory and work with Barbara to convene …