TO BOOK THE CHURCH HALL FOR EVENTS
PLEASE CONTACT MICHAEL FANNING ON 0161 624 4551
OR FATHER 0161 624 2258
This is the Parish Group who support anyone who is thinking of becoming a Catholic and who meet every Wednesday at 7.30pm .
If you have expressed an interest in joining the Church then this is for you.
If you are already a Catholic but feel a need to update your Faith then this is also for you.
The meetings are warm, friendly, amusing and the wine helps as well.
All past members are welcome to attend as often as you can.
New members are welcome.
Please take an application form and return it next week.
Anyone can write an Ode
Shakespeare once said 'that was true'
So get into a Rhyming mode
And have a do.
Harry Ogden's poetry group meet
on the 1st Monday of each month
at 7.30pm in the meeting room.
All are welcome, either to read your own poems
or to just listen to the offerings of others
and the group offer a little book of poems
written by members.
These are FREE however
a small donation to Cornerstone
would be appreciated.
DIVINE MERCY MEETING
Meeting in the Sacristy Meeting Room
at 7.30pm on Tuesday each week.
You are invited to join them and visitors from other Parishes
AND DON'T FORGET
After each Mass on alternative Sundays
tea and coffee will be provided by the Ladies of the C.W.L.
in the Parish Centre.
Next coffee morning will be after each Mass on
THE CATHOLIC UNATTACHED SOCIETY
This is a way for practicing Catholics to meet
like minded people for friendship and
( even Marriage).
ere are about 3,000 members
and over 400 marriages have resulted.
Phone 01322 222213 or write to
FREEPOST (DT 1153)
Dartford. DA1 2BR
The ladies of the CWL invite us to make Cornerstone
(the Diocesan Charity which caters daily for the homeless & hungry)
Our regular Parish Charity.
They are looking for tomato sauce/brown sauce, lemon curd,honey,marmite,teabags,coffee,tuna,
peanut butter, corned beef, sugar, porridge oats,rice,
also needed gents/ladies coats,jumpers & good shoes
There's a large blue box at back of church to place
your donations in.
Volunteers are wanted to deliver.
You may see much information on the television
and in the newspapers
about the need for foster carers.
Remember your own diocesan CCRS has a well
established fostering service
and are waiting to hear from you.
For more details please contact 0161 445 7741
or visit wwww.ccrsorg.co.uk
to find out more and to attend information meetings.