• May2020

    During the Coronavirus crisis our Parish is potentially losing two thirds of the regular income generated through cash donations through the offertory. Whilst the best way to give is with a standing order and if you are a taxpayer allow us to reclaim the tax it is now possible to...

  • The Parish Pastoral Council held a second zoom meeting on Monday 25th May. You can read a short summary of the meeting in the newsletter or view the full minutes here

  • Coronavirus (Covid-19) has now spread worldwide, with confirmed cases in several countries where we work. Its spread to countries with poor health systems will be devastating. Our local experts need your support to continue protecting lives. Click on Continue Reading to find out how to donate     Please follow...

  • The Archdiocese of Southwark has provided information about a range of spiritual and practical resources which we are passing on here.

  • The Parish Pastoral Council successfully held a Zoom meeting on 27 April, primarily to discuss our response to the Coronavirus crisis. A short summary can be found in the newsletter or you can read the full minutes here: PPC zoom meeting, 27.4.20, minutes FINAL-converted The PPC meeting in progress:

  • Apr2020

    Please help NHS workers who are EU and other Nationals automatic UK citizenship if they stay and risk their own lives and those of their families to look after the British people during the COVID crisis. Help ease the burden on healthcare staff at an already distraught time for them....

  • He is risen! “She saw that the stone had been moved away from the tomb…” Our Lenten tableau has been removed from in front of the altar. We would normally have our Easter garden in its place but as that is not possible this year we must use our imagination....

  • “Father, into your hands I commend my spirit.” As the altar was stripped after the Holy Thursday Mass, so we now strip our tableau of all its symbols.   Previous weeks During Lent seven symbols were added to the tableau: Ash Wednesday: the embers and ashes of a fire. As...

  • “If I, then, the Lord and Master, have washed your feet, you should wash each other’s feet.” As we near the end of our Lenten journey with Jesus, the symbols from previous Sundays are removed from our tableau in front of the altar. In their place we put a jug,...

  • “Most of the crowd spread their garments on the road, and others cut branches from the trees and spread them on the road.” Today we walk with Jesus into Jerusalem, to join him on his final journey to death and resurrection. In our Lenten tableau in front of the altar...