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This year St Mary’s will support the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Mustard Seed Appeal.
The Just Finance Foundation helps to transform the lives of people struggling with poverty and debt. They hope to mentor a new generation who can manage money wisely.
We will be collecting the old ’round pound’ coins before they stop being legal tender on 15 September. Why not DONATE your old ’round pound’ coins between now and our Harvest Festival to the Mustard Seed Appeal?
Let’s make this Harvest Festival a great reflection of God’s generosity to us!!!
8am Said Mass
10am Family Mass
During Lent only
4pm Stations of the Cross
Friday 10am Mass (said)
Saturday 9am Mass (said) followed by Holy Hour
First Wednesday of the month 7.30pm
Mass with Healing Service
First Saturday of the Month 9.30am
The Rosary follows the said Mass
Saints Days & Holy Days
As announced. We shall be keeping the special festivals and Saints' days on their calendar day (usually!). Typically they will begin at 7.30pm if there isn't a Mass already scheduled for the day.
We look forward to helping everyone develop further their discipleship through the Blessed Sacrament.
Amendments to services are announced in the weekly notices
At St Mary’s our Anglo-Catholic witness arises from a joyful acceptance of Christ our Saviour, a faith to be shared with everyone we meet. Our role in today’s society is to model and preach the love of Christ. We invite you to join in our fellowship and ministry. At the intercession of Our Lady and all the Saints, let us proceed as faithful witnesses and make our beloved Church of England the best it can be.
A friend loves at all times, and a brother is born for adversity. (NIV)
We invite people who want to talk about their situation in life to contact us. We can and do pray with people every day. Often special time is set aside for this. So, give us a ring and we will arrange a time if the present moment does not suit.
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