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Bishop David “Pastoral Message during the third lockdown" Click Here

 

Public Masses will resume on Saturday 23rd January, There is no obligation to attend, please stay at home if you are unwell or vulnerable.
Mass is available online from Northampton Cathedral.Please pray for Thomas Bambrick, Ismael Hassan, Harriet Dignan and Vincent Scott who died recently.

Resources for the Sunday of the Word of God

On the Third Sunday in Ordinary time the Church celebrates the Sunday of the Word of God.Bishop David Oakley will preside over a Bible Service to mark this occasion at 3pm on Sunday 24 January 2021 which will be live-streamed from Northampton Cathedral.https://northamptoncathedral.org/live/

 

Zoom Meeting - The God Who Speaks- Our Liturgy of the Word


Tuesday 16 February 2021, 7.30-8.30pm
‘Many more began to believe in him because of his Word’(Jn 4:41)
John’s Gospel & The Season of LentEach session will include input, prayer and the opportunity to make comments and ask questions.

Cost: No charge but there will be the opportunity to make a donationPlease register in advance to secure a place by e mail or phone:
email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or phone: 01582 723312 (ext 1)
Once you booking is received you will be sent details
of how to join the online Zoom sessions. Thank you.

 

OTHER Courses

Wed 7th April 2021-Bible time line- An 8-session course.

https://comeandsee.org/

LOOKING FOR EMPLOYMENT – For parishioners who may be job hunting or going self-employed due to the pandemic, Sacred Heart Parish, Luton has set up a free online career coaching programme https://www.vitaeopus.co.uk providing a wealth of information, tools, practical advice and activities to help anyone wanting to find new employment opportunities or back to work support.

 

Dunstable good neighbours, need help/advice? 07491455777 email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 

Planning Permission for St Marys Church

St. Mary’s Dunstable.The presbytery at St Mary’s was built to house a number of Vincentian Priests when they were running the parish. Now that the Diocese is running the parish the presbytery is far too big for one priest and is a drain on parish finances. It is also in need of repair works.The church is also in need of significant repairs. The windows are single glazed and are a major factor in the significant heat loss from the building which is very costly to heat and very negative from an environmental view point. Now that the church has been listed these works will be more costly.In consultation with the Vincentians, out of courtesy, the Diocese has decided to demolish the presbytery and carry out a small development of affordable housing which is in great demand in Dunstable and very much in keeping with our mission. The development will also include a bungalow for the parish priest.This development will release money for the parish to carry out the necessary repair works on the church and improve its thermal performance.A submission to the Local Authority for Planning Permission for the above will be made this month. 

 

Parish Donations

There are three ways to donate:

1) To make a donation to the parish please contact the parish office by phone 01582 662710 or by email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to obtain the banking details that you will need to give to your bank.

2) Donation can go through the online Virginmoneygiving. They included details of the parish name and area or parish priest (Easter offering) that the donation is intended.

To use the Donation page on the main Diocesan website go direct to: to https://northamptondiocese.org/donate/

3) From enquiries we have received we understand that some of our parishioners would prefer to donate by telephone instead of via our online donation facilities. Therefore, in addition to the online donation facilities currently available, we are proposing to begin a ‘Giving Tuesday’ commencing on Tuesday the 5th of May 2020. Each Tuesday between 10:00am and 4:00pm, people will be able to call this number, 01604 712065, and donate to your parish. All they will require is their debit or credit card to hand when they call.  They can make a one-off donation to cover their missed Sunday offerings or call each week knowing their offering is going to the parish they wish.  

 

 BIshop Davids letter on Toddington  

 

MVE 200 CLUB draw

MVE 200 CLUB NOVEMBER WINNERS  Congratulations to Pauline Brady who won £100 and Barbara Cheshire £50.

Next month there will be an EXTRA £500 prize. Good luck everyone!

Want to join?    This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.             

  

NO ONE SHOULD FEEL ALONE
We are making a list of people who might appreciate a friendly chat on the phone now and again and ‘phone buddies’ to partner them.
If you or anyone you know might appreciate the friendship of a phone buddy or you yourself could support someone in this way please ring Rosemarie 01525 220644 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

  

WATCH THE HOLY MASS LIVE

Daily Mass live streaming from our Cathedral and other churches see below

CHURCH SERVICES ENGLAND AND IRELAND

https://www.churchservices.tv/

NORTHAMPTON CATHEDRAL

Live streaming of Mass on Sundays is available through the Cathedral at 11am.

https://northamptondiocese.org/live

https://www.stjosephs.org.uk/Live

 

Volunteering

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There is a role for everyone from simple but essential tasks to Parish groups and coordination.

Consider engaging with Parish life so we can become an even more vibrant Parish family community.

 

Northampton Diocese Privacy Notice, please READ!

 

MASS TIMES

  ST MARYS           Saturday 6 pm    Sunday 9:30 am

   ST  VINCENTS                                  Sunday 11:30 am

Confessions at St. Mary's before the 6 pm Mass on Saturdays

Mass on Holidays St. Vincent's 10 am and St. Mary's 7 pm