In normal circumstances, our Parish Centre welcomes parishioners and friends after the 9.30 am and 11.00 am Sunday Masses for tea/coffee and a catch up in the spirit of friendship and community.
Under Covid restrictions, these coffee mornings cannot operate, but we very much hope to restart them as soon as it is safe to do so. There is currently a vacancy for a lead volunteer to help co-ordinate. If you would like to offer help, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Under normal circumstances, the Bargain Stall is open on Sundays in the Parish Centre after the 9:30am and 11:00am Masses. We hope to be able to re-open the Parish Centre as soon as it is safe to do so and with that there will be opportunities for some ethical retail therapy.
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As example of our Live Simply Parish principles The bargain stall has a wide variety of reasonably priced interesting goods for sale. We are always pleased to accept items which you no longer need that can be sold to extend their usefulness. Proceeds go towards special projects in the Parish and in the wider community.
Please bring your items for the Bargain Stall to the Parish Centre or Presbytery.
The Mabel North Library Named after Mabel North, one of the outstanding catechists in our parish, and also nationally through the work of ‘Our Lady’s Catechists’. Mabel bequeathed her library to the parish – books, videos, tapes and audio tapes, all of which get added to from time to time. The Library is located in the Church cloister and is open for borrowing on Sundays after each Mass, and also on enquiry at the Presbytery.
Click here for the Parish Library and click here for the Book of the Month.
The Piety Stall, located in the Church porch, is open after all the weekend Masses. There is a wide variety of religious items such as crucifixes, rosaries statues, Baptismal gifts etc .On sale also are Mass cards, and cards for all occasions, especially Christmas. Easter, Baptism, First Communion and Confirmation.
The rack which contains the pamphlets published by the CTS is found in the front porch of the Church and contains pamphlets which cover a wide range of Catholic issues and doctrines. There is a well rounded view of the Catholic Faith, with prayers, sacraments, biographies, liturgy, scripture and children’s prayers and booklets. A catalogue of all CTS publications can be found in the rack and can be ordered. For further information contact