Pentecost –23rd May 2021

Pentecost –23rd May 2021

By In Newsletter Blog On May 21, 2021

Please note that no Masses will take place week beginning 24th May.

 Parish Hall and Office Cleaner

We are hoping to find someone willing to spend 1 to 2 hours per week cleaning the Parish Meeting Room and Office, the rate is £10 per hour.  Please contact the Parish Office.

Cranleigh Church Flower Rota

The members of the flower rota are keen to add to their numbers and ask that if you would like to be involved in joining the flower rota please contact the parish office who can tell you more.

2021 – A year of opportunity – An online talk
with Christine Allen, Director of CAFOD 26th May at 7.30 pm, Cost £5. This year the UK will host two major international gatherings: the G7 and the Climate Conference (COP26). Christine Allen will explore ways in which these events could make a difference to our world, especially to the lives of people who live in poverty. She will reflect on the impact of COVID-19 and draw lessons for the future for our interdependence with one another and with our natural world as we seek to recover and heal after the pandemic. You can book online or T: 01428 642161

THE PONTIFICAL COUNCIL FOR THE NEW EVANGELISATION has called for the month of May to be a time of prayer for “the end of the pandemic together with the recitation of the Rosary together with shrines from all over the world.” See 1-04-23.html for details.


Applications now open at the pilgrimage is not open to assisted pilgrims this year due to COVID restrictions. For more information see the website.
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This year the UK will host the largest gatherings of world leaders ever to take place on British soil: the G7 meeting in Cornwall in June and the UN COP26 climate talks in Glasgow in November.

This is an opportunity for the Prime Minister to push world leaders to show the ambition we need to:

  • limit rising global temperatures
  • support renewable energy
  • eliminate debt owed by lower-income countries.

Please consider participating in two positive actions:-

Accept an invitation to directly question our MP ANGELA RICHARDSON on these ambitions and send a message to  the British Parliament

Meeting VIA ZOOM – 7.30 pm WEDNESDAY 26th May.  

Contact Stephen Rowden on for a Zoom link. Questions may be sent in advance

With the eyes of the world on the UK, urge the Prime Minister to make sure communities hardest hit by the climate emergency are listened to at COP26. Please sign our petition.

For more information including the petition look at Reclaim Our Common Home | CAFOD

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