THIS WEEK'S SERVICES

AUGUST 19TH - 25TH 2018

ST.  PATRICK’S SERVICES

GEMThis “gem church” will be open each day for private prayer and meditation from 9.30am. until 3.30pm.

SUNDAY:
10.00am;  12.30pm (Polish  Mass) and 6.00pm. 

MONDAY:      
10.00am Mass

TUESDAY: 
12  noon Funeral Mass for Mary Frances Park RIP
(St. Pius X, pope)

WEDNESDAY:
12  noon Mass
(The Queenship of the Blessed Virgin Mary)

THURSDAY:
12  noon Mass
(St. Rose of Lima, virgin)

FRIDAY:
12  noon Mass
(St. Bartholomew, apostle)

SATURDAY
12  noon Mass
(St. Louis & St. Joseph Calasanz, priest)

CONFESSION: 
Saturday:  11.00  -  11.50am  and  12.30  -  12.45pm.

BAPTISM:           
By  appointment

MARRIAGE:       
6 months notice must be given (Diocesan requirement)

-------------------

READERS for Sunday 19th August
10.00am
Naomi & Obey
6.00pm
M. Ruffle
Sunday 25th August
10.00am C. Falle & C. O’Donnell
6.00pm A. McGlade
   
EUCHARISTIC MINISTERS
AT 10.00AM MASS
Sunday19th August
1
Rose
2
Gayle
3
Grace
4
Joe
5
Angela
Sunday 25th August
1
J.Taylor
2
B.Auxtero
3
R.Estrellona
4
F.Wisnewski
5
T. Joseph
   
CHURCH  CLEANING  ROTA
Sunday 19th August
Week 3 Joyce  &  David  Daka  and  friends  (African)
Sunday 25th August
Week 4 Team  4

The Redecoration of St Patrick's Church - July 2017

Our sincere thanks to the decorators, Bernard Watson, Clare Watson and their team, and to Neil Blake and his team from Anthony J. Smith, Ltd., who have carried out the electrical installation. Both the decorators and the electricians have gone the extra mile to accommodate our existing commitments as a Parish. In the face of many problems, they have also all done an amazing job, of which they can be truly proud. Our thanks also to John Cowdall and Joe Burke from the Historic Churches Commission. They have rightly always insisted on high quality schemes or projects, but have given so generously of their time to speed through our applications. Finally, our thanks to Vicky Saunders and Amy Jones from the Bernard Taylor Partnership (our architects), who have guided us through the whole process with good humour and considerable professionalism.

This project was put together as part of a ten-year plan by a team of people within the Parish, ably led by John Green. John successfully applied for and received a grant of £50,000 from Viridor Credits and Colin Riley applied for and received a grant of £10,000 from the Garfield Weston Foundation, all towards the cost of the decoration.  We owe this team of people, but especially John Green, a real debt of gratitude.

 

Back to top