Sunday 8th November
8:00am: Low Mass
10:00am: Sung Mass of Requiem & Act of Remembrance
The parish pilgrimage to Walsingham takes place over the weekend of 20/21 September. Both Fr Victor and Fr Ian will be away. Therefore, please note that on Sunday 21 September there will be no 8:00am Mass and the 10:00am Mass will be celebrated by Fr Digby Anderson.
The Meaning of the Eucharist is a three week study course with discussion on the meaning and purpose of the Mass, which the Church regards as the summit and source of our ecclesial life. It is required as instruction for our newly licensed extra-ordinary lay ministers of Holy Communion, but is open to any who would like to deepen their understanding of this sweet and divine sacrament.
The group will meet at the vicarage each Tuesday evening at 7:30pm, beginning on 9th September
After revealing to His disciples that He would be put to death in Jerusalem Christ, along withPeter, James, and John, went up the mountain. There “he was transfigured before them. And his face did shine as the sun: and his garments became white as snow.”
As the Fenny Poppers Festival takes place on the afternoon of 17th August, the main Sunday Mass will start at 9:00am. Additionally, there will not be a said Mass at 8:00am.
8.00am: Low Mass
10:00am: Blessing of Palms, Procession & Parish Mass
7:00pm: Low Mass & address
7:30pm: Solemn Mass of the Lord’s Supper with
washing of feet, Eucharistic procession
& Watch until midnight
12 noon: Children’s Stations of the Cross & party
3:00pm: The Liturgy of the Lord’s Passion
10:00am: Office of Readings and Morning Prayer
8:00pm: Easter Vigil with Blessing of the New Fire & Paschal Candle, and the First Mass of Easter
BUILD ON THE ROCK (Matthew 7.24) starts by looking at faith and doubt. Is it wrong – or is it normal and healthy – for a Christian to have doubts? Is there any evidence for a God who loves us? We hear from many witnesses. At the heart of a Christian answer stands Jesus himself.
We consider his ‘strange and beautiful story’ and reflect upon his teaching, his death, his resurrection and his continuing significance.
The study group meets every Wednesday evening in the vestry hall following a short compline at 7:30pm.
Please note that there will be a small charge of £3.50 to cover the cost of the booklet you will need.
Sign up for the study group on the list at back of church, or contact Father Victor.
Tickets £15, including a cold buffet, which will be served prior to the start of the concert. Soft drinks available. There is no bar, so please bring your own wine, or beer.
Tickets are now available at church after any service. Alternatively contact us via the church Facebook page, or phone David on 01908 644436 (evenings only.)
Doors open 7:00pm
Gordon Giltrap: 8:10pm