SECOND COLLECTION: There will be a second collection next weekend, 25th April 2021, for the Clergy Training Fund. Please, support the training of our seminarians.
FUNERAL: The Funeral of the late Patricia Wilson will be on Friday 23rd April 2021 at 11:00 am here in our church. We pray for the peaceful repose of her soul.
GIFT AID: Gift aid generates an additional 25% of the donations you make to the parish, helping the parish to generate more funds. We are appealing to parishioners who pay tax to please consider gift aiding their donations to the
THE BIBLE TIMELINE COURSE APRIL 2021 from Wednesday 7th April at 7:00pm Understand the Bible from start to finish, the Old and New Testament, with this FREE OF CHARGE, worldwide-famous course delivered online LIVE by Mauro Iannicelli. (x8 Wednesday evening
Contactless card reader: From next weekend we are introducing two new ways to donate to the parish. Firstly there will be a contactless card reader at the back of the church which will take all major credit and debit cards,
Marston Community Choir is fundraising for REFUGE with a lockdown choir. REFUGE believes that no-one should have to live in fear of violence and abuse, and on any given day Refuge supports more than 6,000 clients, helping them rebuild their
PLEASE NOTE that from Easter Sunday there will be a regular 8.30am Mass on Sunday mornings (no music). We will need more stewards and cleaning help with this so PLEASE consider helping and email firstname.lastname@example.org or talk to Fr Mark.
CAFOD – The Big Walk for Water virtual event. Help give the boot to water poverty across the world by walking a 5 mile route on Saturday 20th of February at 2pm. The idea of this is you undertake your
The Divine Mercy National Conference is being held from Friday 19th – Sunday 21st February. Full timetable available from www.divinemercyconference.com. Watch from the website or churchservices.tv or audio only on www.RadioMaria.ie or Saorview 210 or dial up listening service at
CBCEW, DEPARTMENT FOR SOCIAL JUSTICE The department for Social Justice at the Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales (CBCEW) has reacted to the “Do Not Attempt Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (DNACPR) orders”, a statement issued by the Care Quality Commission. Read