Please find below a selection of videos connected to St Augustine’s.
To view more videos please visit Bishop Damien Mead’s YouTube Channel by clicking on the link below:
A virtual (360 degree) view of our Church.
We are so glad to extend this opportunity to you to visit our Church virtually. We do hope that you will be able to visit us in person one day and join us in worship, fellowship and in our work for the Kingdom of God.
The XXVIII Diocesan Synod Mass 2019
Anglican Catholic Church – Diocese of the United Kingdom XXVIII Annual Diocesan Synod held on Saturday 4th May 2019 A Pontifical High Mass (According to the Anglican Missal) for the Propagation of the Faith. St Augustine’s Church, Eastling Road, Painters Forstal, Nr Faversham, Kent ME13 0DU
A Devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary
The Angelus is a brief devotion in honour of the Incarnation that consists of short verses drawn from the Bible and a triple repetition of the Hail Mary. The devotion derives its name from the opening phrase in Latin: Angelus Domini nuntiavit Mariae (the Angel of the Lord declared unto Mary).
St Augustine’s reopens after Covid-19 Lockdown
(Trinity VIII – Sunday 2nd August 2020)
This was the first Sunday Service after the Covid-19 Lockdown. Unfortunately most of our regular congregation were still isolating but the handful of us were pleased to be back home. There is an opportunity given during this recording to make an Act of Spiritual Communion at the appropriate place – following the prompts on screen.
10th Anniversary of Consecration of Bishop Damien Mead
On 15th September 2018 the Anglican Catholic Church – Diocese of the United Kingdom – celebrated with our Bishop, The Right Reverend Damien Mead, on the occasion of the 10th Anniversary of his Consecration as a Bishop. The celebration began with a Solemn Pontifical High Mass the Guest preacher at which was The Right Reverend Rommie Starks from Indianapolis in the USA. (Bishop Starks was Bishop Mead’s chief consecrator in 2008). After the Mass, in the Pro-Cathedral Church of St Augustine of Canterbury, Painters Forstal, Nr Faversham, Kent, the congregation joined the bishops for a buffet, speeches and presentation of gifts.
The Consecration of The Right Reverend Damien Mead
Our Rector also serves as Bishop of our Diocese which makes our little Church his Pro-Cathedral! He was consecrated as a Bishop in the Church of God and enthroned as Bishop Ordinary of the Diocese of the United Kingdom within the Original Province of the Anglican Catholic Church on Saturday 20th September 2008. The service took place in the Chapel of St Augustine’s College, Westgate on Sea, Kent.
Speeches to honour Bishop Damien Mead on the 10th Anniversary of his Consecration as a Bishop
Congratulations to The Right Revd Damien Mead in celebration of the 10th Anniversary of his Consecration as a Bishop in the Church of God. A reception followed the Pontifical High Mass of Thanksgiving at St Augustine’s Church, Painters Forstal, Kent on Saturday 15th September 2018. Speeches given by Dr Roy Fidge (Secretary of the Anglican Catholic Church, Diocese of the United Kingdom) and The Venerable Raymond Thompson (Diocesan Archdeacon).
The Stations of the Cross with Bishop Damien Mead
During the Covid-19 Lockdown over Easter 2020 the Bishop recorded this devotion for Good Friday in his private domestic chapel in the garden of his home. He invites you to make a spiritual pilgrimage to the Holy land and join him as you walk the Way of the Cross. Remembering in prayer those effected by the virus and all those who are working so hard to care for others. Bishop Mead thanks Fr Jonathan Munn Obl/OSB for allowing his book “Reflections on the Stations of the Cross” to be the resource upon which much of this meditation is based.
Easter Day 2021
Our celebration of the Resurrection of Jesus Christ on Easter Day 2021 – the second Easter during the Covid-19 Pandemic
XXIX Diocesan Synod – Saturday 10th July 2021
During the Covid-19 Pandemic the Diocese postponed the 2020 Diocesan Synod. In 2021 St Augustine’s was pleased and privileged to host the XXIX Diocesan Synod. Most delegates participated in the Meeting via Zoom.