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Maundy Thursday 18 April
8pm: Mass of the Last Supper
During the Mass the Mandatum (washing of feet) is ritually performed. After Mass there is the traditional ‘watching’ before the Blessed Sacrament at the Altar of Repose until midnight.
Good Friday 19 April
10am: Stations of the Cross (especially for children).
3pm: Solemn Afternoon Liturgy
Celebration of the Lord's Passion with veneration of the cross and receipt of reserved Holy Communion.
7pm: Stations of the Cross (more suitable for adults).
Easter Vigil – Saturday 20 April
8pm: First Mass of the Resurrection with the Service of Light
Easter Fire and paschal candle are lit. The EXULTET is sung. Vigil readings lead into a Mass in which water is blessed and baptismal promises renewed.
Come and join us for a coffee and a chat after the 9.15am Mass on Tuesdays. Around 9.45 am, parishioners come to the hall for an informal get-together. It’s very easy-going and newcomers are made to feel very welcome. We would love to see you there.
We are starting to standardise the appearance and format of all rotas which will then be published on this website. Please contact the parish office to arrange a template for the rota you are responsible for.
Parishioners are kindly asked to register with the parish on this online GDPR (2018) compliant Database. In this way we will know that you are part of our parish community. We will also be able to communicate with you and to provide pastoral support if necessary. Whether you are a new parishioner or have been with us for many years please complete the form either online or in hard copy. You can collect a hard-copy form at the back of the church and hand it in to the parish office.
Please read the A&B diocese Privacy Notice and Consent Form available under the ‘Info & Admin’ tab before you start the registration process. Please fill in and sign the consent form and hand it in to the Parish Office.
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Thank you and God Bless.
Mgr. Richard Madders