Father Stewart's Thought for the Week PDF Print E-mail

We regret there is no Thought for the Week on 28th September

21st September 2014

How do You Read the Newspapers?
Last week I was reading about the horrific beheading of David Haines. As I read it, it was impossible now to think about what he was thinking and feeling during the last moments of his life. I quickly said a prayer for him.

Parish Newsletter PDF Print E-mail

28th September 2014



Lead Items:

St Bridget’s Growing in Faith Campaign
To find out more, please contact your Mass representative from the Parish Leadership Team:
Pauline Cooper (6.00pm Mass) – 07752 413859;
Jo Rowthorn (8.00am Mass) – 07971 322240;
Therease Bright (10.00am Mass) – 07455 003597;
Christine Cattini (12.00pm Mass) – 07724 089174.
Copies of the Cardinal’s letter are available in the porch.
St Bridget’s Christmas Fayre – Saturday 6th  December 2014
Stall Holders meeting on Monday 29th September at 8pm to 9.30pm in the Parish Hall.
This meeting is for anyone interested in running a stall or assisting in any way with organising the Christmas Fayre this year.  If you would like to run a stall or assist in some other way, please contact Gale Davies to confirm your availability. The Christmas Fayre is a very important fundraiser for the Church and enables us to put on events throughout the year including the Older Parishioner’s Christmas Lunch which will take place on the 30th of November.  We will also be running a Parish Raffle this year and need a couple of large prizes for this great fundraiser.  If you are able to provide a prize (perhaps a new Tablet or TV) through your company please let Gale know as soon as possible.
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Readers & Eucharistic Ministers

We are in need of new ministers for both these ministries. If you are interested please sign up on the lists in the porch. Once we’ve got an idea of numbers, we’ll organise some training.

Last Updated on Saturday, 27 September 2014 08:07
Children’s Liturgy Art Gallery PDF Print E-mail

We are pleased to include a Children’s Liturgy Art Gallery on our parish website. You can submit your artwork to this site in a number of ways. The easiest way will be to either scan or photograph your art work and get your parents to email them to the following address:

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Please give us your first name , age and if possible a brief description of the artwork.

Alternatively, a box will be made available at the back of the church where you can leave your artwork and we will scan it in. Please write your first name and age , either on the front or back of your artwork.

Please be as creative as you possibly can with your artwork. The only thing we ask is that your artwork is about something that was discussed in children’s liturgy that week

New Parishioners

Dear new parishioner, you would be most welcome to join in the services and the social activities of the church. Please make yourself known to members of the community.

To keep parish records up to date, please complete the New Parisioner's Form and return to the parish office.

The New Mass PDF Print E-mail

New Translation of the Mass

On September 4th 2011 we began using THE NEW TRANSLATION OF THE MASS. Everyone will need one of the New Mass Books for the readings. The New Mass is at the back of book. If you wish to follow the Preface & Eucharistic Prayers, you will find the page numbers on the front of the newsletter. There is also a card which has all the people’s parts of the Mass on it. For those who come to week day Masses you will need one of these and they can be found in the porch or on the table the offering gifts are placed on. There are also Mass Cards in the porch for children. Finally if you have not taken one already, there is a sheet containing the people’s parts of the Mass, with explanations for the changes. These are for you to take and read at home.

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