2nd Coulsdon Rainbows

Rainbows are for girls aged 5 to 7 years old, the youngest members of Girlguiding UK. The group meets every Monday in term time from 3:45pm to 5:00pm in the parish hall. We run a varied programme each week that includes badge work, games, craft activities as well as a yearly...

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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.

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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...

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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...

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Safeguarding

St.Aidan’s are dedicated to safeguarding any child or vulnerable adult who needs help. We are available to talk to anyone and are able to make contact with the relevant authorities as the needs dictate. Contact: Fr. Peter BridgetHanlon Susan Carr

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Readers

Readers provide a very important part of the liturgy by proclaiming the Word of God during Mass. Readers meet annually for a session of reflection and formation.

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Premises Team

A small team of parishioners is responsible for all aspects of maintenance and health and safety of the church building, the hall and the grounds. Please report any issues to staidanspremisesteam@gmail.com.

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Parish Pastoral Council

The Parish Pastoral Council (PPC) is a consultative and advisory body made up of elected parishioners and exists primarily to support the parish priest in the running of the parish. The council meets every two months and the minutes are posted on the notice board in the church hall. Its...

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