Borderlands, one of our parish project beneficiaries, is looking for a Director to head up operations in Easton, Bristol.
To apply, please contact email@example.com to request an application pack.
Closing date is 5th June.
The Bishops of England and Wales have issued a letter with considerations that all the electorate should be mindful of when voting.
The letter can be seen here
The total raised for this event was £541.85. Cheques for £280 each have been sent to both MSF and Borderlands. Totals sent so far are £971.50 to Borderlands, and £1415 to MSF.
Well done everyone!
The Bishops of England and Wales are encouraging all catholics to play an active part in the General Election.
While voting for any particular party is a matter of conscience, the bishops encourage people to use their vote at this pivotal time for our nations, as we prepare to leave the EU.
When using their vote, people are encouraged to consider where their candidate and party stands on issues including refugees and asylum seekers, leaving the EU, protecting life, religious freedom and prison reform
Additional information is available at the church entrances.
This successful event raised over £450. Many thanks to “Strings Incognito”, and all who helped organise and make cakes as well as all who supported it.
Sales last week totalled £141.50. Many thanks to all who helped and who bought, supporting our efforts to help developing countries.
To those who are unaware of products available, please take a look at the next sale on the weekend of 3rd/4th June
Due to the generosity of a parishioner, the selection of religious books for children in the Lady Chapel and upstairs has been renewed and expanded. You are welcome to use these books with your children.
Eamonn Scully and his daughter are running for Breast Cancer Care and the Willow Foundation. Donations can be made at: virginuk.virginmoneygiving.com.
John Keat (Richard’s brother) is running for The Greathouse, Kington Langley (where his brother lives). Donations can be made at: justgiving.com/JohnKeat2017
Volunteers are needed to make cakes/scones, etc and to help with refreshments on the Concert afternoon.
Please contact any member of the Fundraising Team if you can help (names on the notice board). Many thanks
Many thanks to all who came to this service and Lenten Supper. A total of £617 was donated for the Cheshire Home in Mongu, Zambia. A big thanks to all who helped in any way.