Newsletter – 28th June

These are your copies of the weekly newsletter, Sunday Message Reflections, the readings and Gospel and a Homily, Take some time out each week to read these and pray for the most in need in our local community and across our global family. Though parishioners cannot attend, Fr John will celebrate Mass for the people whose names are on the prayer page. Please remember that before adding names to the list you need their permission to do so.

Sunday Half Hour

Available now on our website – click the button below. The service based around the readings for the day provides prayers and material for reflection. Why not use this on Sunday at 10.00am to guide your time of prayer in solidarity with others in our parish community?

Prayer Board

Please light a virtual candle and add your own prayers requests and/or intentions in the comments section below.  Though parishioners cannot attend, Fr John will celebrate Mass for the people whose names are on the prayer page. (If you are requesting a prayer for a living person please ensure you have their permission.)

Alone Together

We have a new section on our website ‘Alone Together’ – This offers resources for all of us who are living through the Coronavirus pandemic from those in the know and gives ideas for shaping your day, inspirational ideas for coping with isolation, helpful reflections and creative stories as well as practical advice on how to get through this time. Click on the links below for further information…








Newsletter – 28th June

2 thoughts on “Newsletter – 28th June

  1. Hello Father John
    My name is Tracy Anderson, my mam is Anne Metcalfe. Just to let you know she was in hospital yesterday and has been checked over. She still is not well, would it be possible for you to include her name in the mass that you say on Wednesday. I have got her permission for this.

    Take care
    Tracy Anderson

  2. HI Tracey,
    Hope things are better for your mam now that the hospital has seen her and hoping too she is home soon.

    Best wishes

    Fr John

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