• Parish Task Force starts up again next Saturday 22nd May

    The Premises Team are a small dedicated group of volunteers who take care of all aspects of health and safety and the maintenance of the church building, the hall and the grounds. One of their activities is to organise a monthly “Task Force”. This presents all parishioners to give a...

  • Parish Pastoral Council Meeting 8th April 2021  

    The Parish Pastoral Council held its third Zoom meeting of the year on 8th April; we began as usual with an opening prayer. We reviewed the arrangements for the Good Friday and Easter Services, in particular the booking system and stewarding. We are delighted to report how smoothly the process...

  • Parish Pastoral Council Meeting 18th February 2021

    The Parish Pastoral Council held its second Zoom meeting of the year on 18th February; we began as usual with an opening prayer. We discussed the reopening of the church for public worship from Monday 22nd. We agreed on a gradual and phased reopening as we are not sure what...

  • Arrangements for Mass from 22 February

    From Monday 22 February the church will once again be open for Mass. Here is a reminder of the arrangements: Bring a mask and wear it at all times in church covering your nose and mouth. Wrap up warm — the church doors have to remain open even in the...

  • Parish Accounts 2020

    Accounts Summary for the Year Ended 31 December 2020 Peter McFall, our parish treasurer, writes: You can download a copy of the 2020 income and expenditure report by clicking here. It was a very difficult year but, in spite of a drop in normal parish income of nearly 19%, we...

  • Parish Pastoral Council Meeting 21st January 2021.

    The PPC held an additional meeting to discuss the current arrangements for the church. In last weekend’s newsletter and at Mass everyone in the parish was invited by Fr Peter to make their views known about the current arrangements in church. We spoke to, or received emails from, about 70...

  • Peace Sunday : 17th January 2021 A Culture of Care as a Path to Peace

    On Peace Sunday this year, Pope Francis asks us to think about ‘A Culture of Care as a Path to Peace’. In his message Pope Francis says: “How many resources are spent on weaponry, especially nuclear weapons, that could be used for more significant priorities such as ensuring the safety...

  • Special message from Fr Peter 9th January 2021

    Dear sisters & brothers, ‘Stay at home’ is the best advice in the current circumstances with Covid rapidly spreading. St Aidan’s will open this weekend for those who turn up but will close from Monday 11th January for the time being. The third ‘lockdown’ in England began on Wednesday 6th...