26th Sunday of OT

26th Sunday of OT

By In Newsletter Blog On September 26, 2019


harvest-2014-will-you-make-a-place-at-your-table-banner-for-standard-pages_layout-large.jpgFriday is CAFOD Harvest Fast Day, Special Collection for CAFOD next Sunday

CAFOD’s Family Fast Day has a long tradition of supporting communities around the world and this year, on Friday 4 October 2019, On Family Fast Day, we invite you to eat a simple meal for lunch or dinner and give the money saved to help children like Fabiano. You can make it an event by inviting your family, friends and fellow parishioners to join you in having a simple soup lunch or supper.

Your parish’s support this Family Fast Day will help provide training, tools and resources to some of the world’s poorest people – empowering them to build a brighter future.   Get involved at cafod.org.uk/fastday

ParishLunch1.pngThe Parish Lunch will take place on Tuesday 1st October following Mass at 11.30am.   Please ring Dinah 271241 or Bev 892712 if you would like to attend.   Please sign up in the porches, transport can be arranged if you know of someone who may like to attend.

Unknown.jpegCTC Harvest.  An Interdenominational service to celebrate HARVEST will be held at the METHODIST CHURCH in CRANLEIGH at 6.30pm on SUNDAY 6th OCT.  All our churches are participating so please let us have a good representation from our own church community.

CAMEO-Logo-with-text.pngThe next CAMEO evening will take place on Tuesday 1st October 7.30pm at the Cranleigh Lady Chapel.   Lucy Hall will present “The Story of the Church Year” and then join tea, coffee and discussion in the Parish Meeting Room. This evening is intended for all ladies of the parish whatever their generation.  If you would like some spirituality in your busy lives, then please join us.

National-Tea-Day-When-is-National-Tea-Day-How-to-make-the-perfect-cup-of-tea-949298.jpgThe over 50’s Coffee mornings will take place next Tuesday 8th October 10.30am in the Cranleigh Parish Meeting Room and every second Tuesday of the month thereafter.  Everybody is welcome and please bring your friends from the Cranleigh & Bramley community.

red-box.jpgMissio Red Boxes

I and the team of parish promoters would like to collect the monies from the Red Boxes during September/October. Most box holders should be contacted by their promoter direct but if you are not, could you leave your box in the Sacristy at Bramley or Cranleigh. Please ensure your name is on the bottom of your box for identification.  Many thanks for your support.  Fran Pickett. Tel. 01483 276614 Email nickpickett1948@gmail.com”

emhc-1024x322.pngTo enable Ministers across our Deanery to fulfil their annual obligation to attend a time of Reflection, there will in the Catholic Parish of GUILDFORD,  on Saturday 19th October at St Edward’s Church Hall, Sutton Park, from 9.15 until 12.30pm such a time.   Please let our Parish Secretary Sandy know if you would like to attend as numbers will be limited. (01483 562704   Email: Office@cpg.church)              Fr Roy

18233637751_e80d3d5b62_b.jpgCelebrating a Special Anniversary?  We have a great number of couples joining us at Arundel on October 12 to celebrate their particular anniversaries but we would love you to join us !  Mass is at Arundel Cathedral  at 12 noon celebrated by Bishop Richard .   Please do contact Katherine Bergin on Katherine.bergin@abdiocese.org.uk  for further details.

THE BIG ENCOUNTER 2019 – YOUTH AND YOUNG ADULTS FESTIVAL  Our Annual Diocesan Festival for Young People and Young Adults (15-35 or thereabouts) is happening on Saturday November 9th at St Dunstan’s Church in Woking. Doors open at 3.30pm, programme starts at 4pm, and we end with Mass at 6pm which will be celebrated by Bishop Richard. The keynote speaker for the event will be Father David King, one of our most popular speakers. There will be live music, creative prayer, food, and a chance to make some friends. For more information, check out Facebook.com/CatholicEncounter or contact Jack.Regan@abdiocese.org.uk

JOB: SCHOOL CHAPLAIN/ DEANERY YOUTH WORKER, WORTHING. SALARY: £30,500

Four parishes in the Worthing area, together with Chatsmore Catholic High School, are looking for somebody with experience and vision to lead a ground breaking project delivering quality youth ministry across the Worthing area. It’s about delivering chaplaincy services in a vibrant Catholic High School and creating opportunities to engage young people across three parishes in Worthing and one in Shoreham. For more information or an application pack, please contact Jack.Regan@abdiocese.org.uk


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