A marvellous total of £436.10 was raised at the Cream Tea on Sunday afternoon.
Many thanks to all the friends of Sister Stella who worked so hard to provide the delicious cakes and scones, and also to all who donated so generously for the work of the Cheshire Home in Mongu, Zambia
Last weekend’s second collection for the Missionaries of St Paul raised £606.33.
Thanks to all for their generosity.
New panel members required. Please see the notice on the board
Two of our regular counters have asked to come off the rota after the end of this year due to family commitments. We are therefore looking for two more volunteers – it’s not difficult and full training will be provided. Please contact Lorraine Miller or Fr. John.
An account and photos from our recent Joint parishes Pilgrimage to Lourdes can be found on the Clifton Diocese website.
The sun shone, and the food and conversation was plentiful!
Thank you to all who came, and all who helped make it such an enjoyable afternoon.
A total of £144 was raised for our Parish Projects.
CELEBRATE Bristol – 27th – 28th October 2018
“See, I am doing a new thing!” – Isaiah 43:19(NIV)
A Conference for the whole family! A non-residential weekend including tailored ‘streams’ for all ages of children and young adults. This year keynote speakers Michelle Moran, David Wells and Sue Whitehead will be ‘unpacking’ an exciting theme. In addition there will be workshops, seminars, praise and worship, prayer ministry, Holy Mass, Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and Confession. The event is hosted by Catholic Charismatic Renewal at St Bede’s Catholic College, BS11 0SU.
Further details to be found at www.celebrateconference.org
Sales last weekend totalled £135.
Many thanks to all who helped and for the Foodbank support
We have donated £300 each to both Mary’s Meals and Sixty One (£150 was gift aided).
Thank you and keep up the good work!
Wiltshire Air Ambulance is run entirely on donations.
One very easy way to help is to donate the plastic milk bottle tops. (green, blue and red). Please wash them first, and then put them in the blue box at the back of the Lady Chapel.