ALPHA
Alpha is a series of weekly interactive sessions, where anyone can explore life and the Christian faith in a friendly, open and informal environment.
Every Alpha session has three key elements: a meal, a talk and a discussion.
Alpha provides an environment where people can once again ask the fundamental basic questions about life: Why are we here?; Who are we?; What is our purpose?

It is a fantastic way to explore these questions, and if you’re already a believer, to gain a deeper understanding of your faith, who Jesus is to us, and how we can enter into a more intimate relationship with him.

Our next Alpha is starting on Saturday January 4th 2020 as a breakfast session starting at 8am and finishing at 9.30am. The course runs for 12 weeks. If you would like to know more, please phone 07308 952908 and one of the team will call you back and be happy to answer any questions you may have.

You can register for the course by picking up a registration form from the Narthex and handing it in to the Office, or to one of the clergy.

This short video clip explains more: https://youtu.be/LNWsW_Ps1Hk

On-line registration will be available soon – watch this space!

ON-LINE SAFEGUARD TRAINING

Click here for more details.

DATE FOR THE FUTURE –

Christmas Fair Saturday 23rd November 12:30-2:30pm

CARE MASS

Every now and then we may be called upon to take on the role of “carer”. Our regular Care Mass is held on a Sunday afternoon and is a time for families to come together, carers and those needing care, to celebrate Mass in a relaxed atmosphere. There is a tea party following Mass giving us the opportunity of sharing and supporting one another.

SENIOR LUNCH CLUB DATES 2019

Jan 8th, Feb 5th, March 5th, April 2nd, May7th, June 4th, July 2nd, Sept 10th (school starts 5th ); Oct 1st, Nov 5th

RCIA PROGRAMME 2018-19

Click here for programme. Please check Newsletters nearer the date for any alterations.

HOLY HOURS

We have decided to continue having a Holy Hour (normally on the 1st Monday of each month but check the Newsletter) with different focuses for our prayer.

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