There is a whole host of activities where your help will be greatly appreciated. If you have an interest or talent in any of the areas below or if you just feel that you would like to contribute more, then please get in contact.
Flower arranging – contact Mary Wilding: Tel: 07764-347468
The altar servers form a very important part of the church and every parish is enriched through their dedication and service. We welcome any young person who has made their first Holy Communion to train as an altar server. If you feel this is something you would like to do please speak to the priest or deacon.
The St Vincent de Paul Society
Saint Vincent de Paul was a French Catholic priest who dedicated himself to serving the poor. He was renowned for his compassion, humility, and generosity. St Vincent de Paul Society (England & Wales) is part of an international Christian voluntary network dedicated to tackling poverty in all its forms by providing practical assistance to people in need.A very necessary part of their work is visiting the sick and the lonely in their own homes.If you feel you can help or would like to know more about the work of the St Vincent de Paul Society in the parish please contact – Brian Plunkett email@example.com or 01525-288881
If you would like to help as a Reader or Eucharistic Minister please contact contact Peter Sayer at firstname.lastname@example.org
If you can assist with Church cleaning please contact the Parish Cluster Office.
If you can assist with keeping our cemetery tidy and enjoy gardening contact Chris Sinnott: on 01908-281564
Holy Communion at home
If you are aware of someone who is unwell and would like to receive Holy Communion at Home please contact Theresa Stotter: Tel: 07871-915908 or email email@example.com.
Traidcraft’s mission is to fight poverty through trade. Volunteers are always needed, if you woud like to help in anyway contact- Margaret Carrel: 01908-607896
Children’s Liturgy is actually the Liturgy of the Word for Children. We cover the Gospel of the day at a level the children can understand and enjoy. We enrich this with discussion, prayers, songs and plays. We also try to raise awareness of God’s love, the humanity of Jesus, the Seasons of the Church, the understanding of symbols in the Mass and the context of the Bible. Our aim is to make the children’s experience of church meaningful and enjoyable.
If you are interested in getting involved, as a leader or a helper, please speak to the priest or deacon. All leaders and helpers must have a DBS check.
If you are interested in playing or singing at Mass please contact one of the Choir or musicians after Mass.
Website – contact Janina Pownall