Church Cleaning Group

Volunteers work together on the cleaning of the church. Volunteers give as much time as they can spare. Tag teaming works best with two volunteers cleaning the inside of the church and the other two the entrance and sacristy. Our aim is to work to the best of our ability to...

200 Club

This group exists to raise money for the parish by means of a lottery, in accordance with the requirements of the Small Societies Lottery regulations. It consists of a maximum of 200 members who pay an annual subscription, which enters them into a monthly draw at which one member wins...

Coffee Morning – after Thursday Mass

A group of people organises tea and coffee after 10:00am Mass on Thursdays, in the Marian Room of the parish hall. Help with preparation before Mass is always appreciated. Contact: parish office (coulsdon@rcaos.org.uk).

Fete Committee

Each year, usually on a Sunday in early July, an enthusiastic group of parishioners organises a parish fete in the grounds of St Aidan’s Primary School. This is not only one of the social highlights of the year but is also one of the biggest contributors to parish funds. The...

Flower Group

Flowers are an important part of the way we celebrate the beauty of God’s creation and are used to enhance the special celebrations in the Church’s year. If you would like special floral arrangements to celebrate a wedding or anniversary this can be arranged, and would require at least four...

St Aidan’s Church Hall Bookings

The church hall is a modern and spacious facility that is available for hire by parishioners. When booking the main hall, the smaller Marian Room and kitchen are additional options subject to their availability and terms and conditions of hire. Bookings are subject to a standard rate, a minimum of...

Lunch Club

Parishioners are invited to join together for a three-course lunch on the first Friday of each month for a donation of £5. We meet at 12:00 noon in the church hall and lunch lasts for approximately two hours. The emphasis is on providing a friendly welcome, and it presents the...

Social Club and Committee

The aim of the Social Club is to encourage fellowship within the parish and the community. The club operates in the church hall on Sundays after the 11:00am Mass.  The bar is open and is run by a rota of volunteers. Parishioners and visitors are most welcome to come along...

Social Club Bar

The bar opens every Sunday morning after the 11:00am Mass where the parishioners can meet for a coffee or alcoholic drink and discuss the events of the week or possibly the football results of the previous day. The bar can be opened (with prior notice) for special occasions such as First...

Task Force

Every last Saturday in the month between 10:00am and 12:00 noon a group of parishioners get together for a variety of tasks around the church, hall and grounds. All are welcome and in all weathers as many jobs are inside. Check the newsletter the week before.