The people of the parish would like all the amazing workers in the NHS to know how much we value the work they are doing. They are all very much in our thoughts and prayers.
Today is Holocaust Memorial Day, and the theme is be a light in the darkness: https://www.hmd.org.uk/what-is-holocaust-memorial-day/this-years-theme/ Help us to be your light Lord piercing the darkness caused by prejudice, distortion of truths, misinformation, stereotyping and propaganda. All have been used and are still used to promote acts of genocide and can be little though frequent […]
Below is the text of a letter from Bishop Ralph encouraging Catholics to attend for COVID vaccinations. The original letter in PDF format is attached below. 20th January 2021Dear Brothers and Sisters,I am writing to you with renewed hope in these difficult times. A blessing for many during this lockdown is the opportunity to continue […]
The first 30 bags to help children with learning at home were delivered to St Mary’s school on Monday 18th January. The bags included among other things: a copy of the school prayer, pencils, scissors, paper, card, a bun making kit, painting set, play doh and a card sending best wishes and encouragement from our […]
Our Parish has fully trained Mental Health First Aiders. We appreciate that people at times may suffer with mental ill health, and we want to make sure you have somebody to turn to. Mental Health First Aiders are able to signpost you to relevant places to get the help that you both need and deserve, […]
New Booking System To Come Into Place. There is currently no requirement to book a place for weekday masses except in the case when a funeral takes place. However, the number of people attending a service will still have to be within the permitted boundaries of occupancy at the Immaculate Conception and St Gerard’s. A […]