Rugeley Parish Church was built in 1822 to replace the older church now known as The Old Chancel, the remains of which still stand on the opposite side of Station Road. It was built as a "preaching" church consisting of the nave and tower. Over the past years there have been additions and alterations to the building but it is still at the heart of the spiritual life of the town.
Station Road, Rugeley, Staffordshire, WS15 2HG
8.00 am - Holy Communion (in the Lady Chapel)
10.30 am - Sung Eucharist (followed by tea and coffee)
4.00 pm - Baptism
Thursday 10.00 am - Holy Communion
See the Diary page for details of special services and events.
The Rev Kareen Lowther, part-time Interim Minister.
See Staff page for details.
Either Contact us or call Mrs Barbara Ballard 01889 801501
Our Church Hall (adjacent to the church) is available to hire for:
Birthday Parties * Christmas Parties * Club Meetings * Cheese & Wine * Baptism Receptions * Other Events.
Seating is available for up to 60 people and hire charges include the use of the fully equipped kitchen. There is easy access for the disabled and wheelchair users.
If you would like further information, or would like to view the Hall and the facilities available please call the caretaker on 01889 801501.
Our Choir needs members!
All ages welcome, all voices (Bass Tenor, Alto & Soprano) Men, women, teenagers.
Also boys/girls aged 7yrs upwards (able to read, we will teach them to sing).
We are hoping to welcome a new group of children and adults into our choir in January and may consider changing our practice night.
If you are interested please Contact us.
Almighty God, the light of the faithful
who set your servant St. Augustine of Canterbury to be Bishop in the church,
and sent him and his companions to preach the gospel to the people of this land;
give us grace to keep the faith which he taught, and to follow in his footsteps;
through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen.
Click here for information on obtaining information about Baptism, Marriage and Funeral Registers.
Click here for information and photos of the Stations of the Cross, dedicated in 2015.
In the past St. Augustine’s has always supported the Pathway Project with toiletries and would like to continue to do so. There will be a separate box available at back of church shortly for congregational members to decide where they would like toiletries to go.
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St Augustine’s Church and St Michael’s Church are both on the social networking site, Facebook. If you want to stay up-to-date with what is happening and see photos of recent events, come along and have a look at the pages and “like us”.