ST MARYS & ST VINCENTS
ST MARYS GROUPS
CHILDREN & YOUTH GROUPS
All meeting are held at Marian Hall behind church car park Beaver They can join in three months leading up to their 6th birthday, until they are 8 years old, then they go up to Cubs. Have fun make friends,play games go on outings and visits.Go outside and learn about the outdoors. Wednesday 5.45-6.45pm Contact :Mary Dellar 01582 521969
Cubs are for children of both genders aged 8 years to 10.5 years. They meet on Wednesdays 6.45pm - 8pm (term time only) in the Marian Community Centre. There are also one or two camps/trips at weekends each term.
Phone 01582 439270 (daytime) or 07828 297723 (mobile).
BLESSETH JOHN HENRY NEWMANS FAITH GROUP
Do you sometimes feel tongue tied when talking about your faith? Come and explore your faith in a relaxed atmosphere grow in your spirituality. See Faith Group Page for more information.
CATECHETICAL GROUP Baptism ,Holy Communion,Confirmation.Contact- Madeleine Billet
CENACLE ROSARY- After 9:30 am Mass Tuesday
The Cenacle of rosary follows the protocol of the Marian Movement of Priest's, and is known as a 'Cenacle of Prayer' We pray especially for Our Holy Father and all Priest's worldwide.The Marian Movement of Priests, of Our Lady of Fatima, began its journey in 1972, in Fatima, when a young Italian priest prayed at the shrine. Through his prayer, Our Blessed Lady invited him to consecrate his life to her, praying the rosary. She urged him to talk to as many priests as possible to do the same.He followed her direction and he has travelled to every continent encouraging , priests, religious and faithful. Our Blessed Lady of Fatima has called this 'Her movement', hence the title, 'The Marian Movement of Priest's'.Their feast day is that of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. All this information can be read in the blue book, entitled; To the Priest's, Our Lady's Beloved Sons.
Contact-Raphael de Lusignan
CHURCHES TOGATHER Judy Smither
JUSTICE & PEACE
KNIGHTS OF COLUMBA Contact:Justin Redmond
MOTHERS PRAYER GROUP (Ecumenical)
Mothers and Grandmothers come to pray for their children but you do not have to have children to pray for them. Meets forthnightly Our Ladys Chapel after 9:30 Mass.
Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults(RCIA) Father Tony Brennan.
ST VINCENTS DE PAUL SOCIETY (or as it is often known - the SVP)
Is an international Christian organisation. Catholic in origin and character it is dedicated to helping anyone in need. The concept of need is broadly based, so visiting the sick, the lonely, the addicted and those suffering from disabilities form a large proportion of the Society's work. Meets weekly contact Presbytery for details. President T Binnington.
UNION OF CATHOLIC MOTHERS
They aim is to follow the full Christian ideal of marriage and family life, was founded in 1913 to unite Catholic married women.Today membership is open to all Catholic women, married or single, to non-catholic wives of Catholic husbands, and may be extended to the women in sympathy with its Union of Catholic Mothers meet every Thursday fortnight during term time for prayer and socialising and have many outings and speakers. Meets forthnightly-
Contact Carole Cull-Simmonds or Madeleine Billet
TUESDAY COFFEE MORNING After 9-30 Mass until 11-15am.
Weekly 'drop in' Coffee Morning. Open to everyone Occasional Special Celebration Coffee and Cake Mornings.
SUNDAY COFFEE MORNING : UCM Mrs Billett
ADORATION- Every Wednesday after 9:30 Mass Contact :Brenda da Costa
ST VINCENTS GROUPS
RITE OF CHRISTIAN INITIATION OF ADULTS RCIA
Meets on Mondays at St Vincent's church from 8pm to 10pm between October and May.
Contact: Father Tel:01582 662710.
Every Tuesday 7.30pm Tea and coffee afterwards
ST VINCENTS DE PAUL
How do we work?
The St Vincent de Paul Society (or as it is often known - the SVP) is an international Christian organisation. Catholic in origin and character it is dedicated to helping anyone in need. The concept of need is broadly based, so visiting the sick, the lonely, the addicted and those suffering from disabilities form a large proportion of the Society's work.
Contact: Eileen Breen Tel:01582 662710.