We are pleased to let you know that we will be resuming public Masses beginning Saturday, 4th July 2020.
Due to limited capacity, we ask that you [REGISTER] first before attending WEEKEND MASSES.
If you are having trouble registering online, you can also call/leave a message on 07455 544 065.
No registration is required for weekday Masses (Monday to Friday)
We will continue live streaming our Masses for now so that those who are unable to attend can still join us online.
Our church will remain open for PRIVATE PRAYERS ONLY until Friday, 3rd July 2020 on the following hours:
Mon / Wed / Fri : 10.30am – 11.30am
Tue/Thu : 6.00pm – 7.00pm
Thanks be to God, we will soon be able to celebrate Mass together as a community in our church again! We look forward to welcoming our parishioners for Masses from 4th July 2020.
In preparation for this, we need to have stewards available at our church while it is open. We need volunteers for one-hour slots during the week.
If we don’t have enough stewards, unfortunately we will not be able to celebrate Mass. So if you could give us a hand, it would be greatly appreciated!
[Click here] to register.
INSIGHT: Personal Growth after Covid
We invite you to join us in a 4-week session of reflections on our lives after Covid.
What can we learn about ourselves, about God, about the world around us, with our experience of the lockdown in these past months?
Sessions will be held through Zoom and will run for 1 hour beginning 9th June 2020. Two options are available:
- Tuesdays, 7.00pm – 8.00pm
- Wednesdays, 10.00am – 11.00am
Know anything about live streaming?
We are looking at the possibility of continuing to live stream our Masses once the church reopens. If you or anyone you know are familiar with the technology or the ins and outs of this, we would greatly appreciate your help in setting this up!
Please [contact us] to discuss this.
CAFOD Coronavirus Appeal
The effects of coronavirus on developing countries where CAFOD works are devastating. Families without enough to eat and without access to clean water and healthcare are particularly vulnerable to coronavirus. The poorest and most marginalised communities will be pushed further into poverty. Your prayers and gifts are needed now more than ever to help protect the lives of those in poor communities. While we are not able to hold physical collections in our church, we invite you to donate as individuals at cafod.org.uk/coronavirusappeal.
[Click here] for an explanation and reflection on the famous icon of the Trinity by Andrei Rublev.