Parish Newsletter 22nd January 2022 News

Our wonderfully talented parish secretary has put together a parish newsletter to keep you informed on what is happening in the parish.


Children’s Newsletter 23rd January News


Praying with Scripture at Home – 23rd January


Christian Unity Week

Christian Unity week runs from 18th January to 25th January and we have put together daily reflections for you to read and pray upon this week so that as a united people of God we can move into His light.


First Communion and Confirmation 2022 Registrations Open

We have information up on our First Communion and Confirmation pages on the website of how parents can prepare their children for their Sacraments. We are asking all parents to register their children using the online forms so we can properly prepare for the ceremonies. We also have the dates of the preparation masses / meetings / ceremonies published so you can note them in your calendar.


Church Calendar of events in January Calendar

If you want to know what is happening in the Church this month you can take a look at the Church calendar below.


Daily Readings Readings

Under our Welcome menu you will find links for the Daily Mass Reading which updates every day as well as Sunday Mass Reading for the following Sunday’s mass. It is a great way to be able to read along during mass if you so wish or take time to reflect on the passages during the week and see what message they have for you. One quick note is that if it is a Sunday and you want to see the Gospel for today then click on the Daily Mass Reading link as the Sunday listing will be for the following week.


We need your help

Stewards: Please consider helping us on the Steward team as with people’s situations ever changing and the coming of the summer holidays we will need more people to cover all the masses. You can get in touch with our online contact form or approach any of the stewards after mass. Training will be provided.

Sanitising after mass: All the pews need to be sprayed and wiped down after mass and since many hands make like work please consider staying after mass and picking up gloves, spray bottle and cloth from the table in the porch and help the team get the Church ready for the next mass. With a few hands on deck it only takes a few minutes but is most appreciated.


Donations

Sincere thanks to all who contribute financially to the Parish. We are very grateful to you for your loyal support.

We now have a DONATE button on the right of our Website where you can make a donation to the Parish or the Diocese.  We would ask anyone is able to, to consider making a donation, as the Parish income is at an all-time low. Thank you so much for your generosity in these difficult times.