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Did you know we collect used stamps?... no? Well, you do now!
If you get a letter with a stamp on please rip it off and keep it handy, then bring them with you when you are next up at church and pop them into the wooden box at the back of the entrance area, or pop them through the Presbytery letterbox.
Thanks to Tom who organises this, these stamps are used to help St Elizabeth's Centre in Hertfordshire, where a relative of one of our parishioners works.
St Elizabeths, rooted in Christian, gospel values, exists to offer vulnerable people individually designed education, care and support services that maximise their opportunities to “live life to the full”.
Based across 60 acres of beautiful countryside, St Elizabeth's is a national charity supporting children and adults of all ages with complex medical conditions, the severity of which impacts upon their health, social, behaviour, learning and emotional development.
So, keep hold of those stamps and please #PassThemOn !

CAFOD’s Walk Against Hunger Lent challenge

There are 200 million children in the world whose lives are at risk from malnutrition. This Lent, challenge yourself to walk 200km, and help give hunger its marching orders.

Do 5k a day, your way, for 40 days, get sponsored and you’ll conquer your 200km target in time for Easter – and help people around the world to live free from hunger.

To take part, go to

A message from Divine Renovation UK

What is God Saying?
You are invited to join Fr. James Mallon, Bishop Robert Barron, and Revd. Nicky Gumbel for a conversation on ‘What is God Saying to the Church?’ March 2022 marks two years since the pandemic hit much of the world. What is God saying to the Church throughout the last two years? What have we learned? What should be our focus moving forward?

As we slowly emerge from the pandemic, we believe that we have an incredible opportunity to recommit our energies to finding new and old ways to evangelise. But there are important questions many are wrestling with:

What is the most urgent call for the Church?
What have the past two years revealed about the Church and how she is fulfilling her mission?
What are we being called to repent of, to turn from, and to turn towards?

This is a FREE online event happening on Tuesday 1 March 2022 and starts at 6pm.

How to sign up - Find out more and register at:

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