• Jun2022

    The Parish Pastoral Council held our third meeting of the year on the 13th June in the church hall. We reviewed and updated the current arrangements for Mass. Please follow this link to read the updated arrangements. We discussed the local follow up to our submission to the Synodal Process....

  • The PPC have reviewed the arrangements for Mass and have updated our guidance as follows: The wearing of masks is now a question of personal choice. We do not request that you wear one, if you wish to continue to wear a mask, please do so. Either way we do...

  • Apr2022

    The John Fisher School

    April 23, 2022

    Parents and the wider community have been taking an interest in the recent controversy concerning the diocese and the Governing Body at The John Fisher School in relation to a book signing event. A previous statement from the diocesan Schools Commission was published in our newsletter. Since then, the Archbishop...

  • The PPC have decided that the following should apply in St Aidan’s parish: People are asked to continue wearing a face covering at church for the time being. Hands should be sanitised when entering and leaving the church. There is no need for formal social distancing but those present should...

  • The Parish Pastoral Council held our second meeting of the year on the 7th April in the church hall. We were joined by Peter Chamberlain, our synod process parish delegate who updated us on the process and timelines for submitting our Parish document and the consequent draft Diocesan document. We...

  • Feb2022

    The Parish Pastoral Council held our first meeting of the year on the 3rd February in the church hall. Roque Fernandes announced his resignation from the PPC due to personal circumstances. The PPC are grateful for the time he has spent serving on the council and the contribution he has...

  • The PPC have decided that the following should apply in St Aidan’s parish: People are asked to continue wearing a face covering at church for the time being. Hands should be sanitised when entering and leaving the church. There is no need for formal social distancing but those present should...

  • Jan2022

    Click here to read the Floating Shelter review for 2021.

  • Nov2021

    This is just a brief update on where we are in the Synod process. We are in the process of pulling together input from all the three meetings, identifying common threads and issues. One thing, however, is already clear from the meetings: although a wide cross-section of the parish provided...

  • Once again we will need to have a booking system for our Christmas Masses this year. The PPC has agreed that this is necessary for everyone’s safety and to avoid overcrowding. The Christmas Masses will be at 6:00pm and 11:30pm on Christmas Eve and 9:00am and 11:00am on Christmas Day....