We would like to welcome you to our Soup Lunch.
Chair: Fr Peter Newby
Secretary: Sarah Watts
- Liturgy: Andrew Polland
- Catechetics: Marta Baker
- Pastoral Outreach: Siobhan Bryant
- Supporting Parish Life: Lucia Martines
- Care of Property: Patrick Collins
If you are interested in joining any of the above groups or have an queries regarding their roles, please contact Sarah at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|David Rose– Half Marathon||£553.00|
|Murder Mystery Evening||£1576.00|
|Name Pink Teddy||£63.00|
|Shrove Tuesday Pancakes||£21.00|
|Silent Auction (Opera Tickets)||£100.00|
|Table Top Sales||£60.00|
|Teddy Bears Picnic|
The first steps have now been taken to establish the St Margaret’s pastoral Council. The original meeting of Thursday 23rd March was well attended. For which I am very grateful.
The Council will be composed of fifteen members, three from each of the five different areas of Parish Life; Supporting Parish Life; Pastoral Outreach; Liturgy, Catechetics and Care of the Property. The Council members would help animate, with other volunteers the life and mission of the Parish.
Last Thursday, 23rd March, the groundwork for the formation of a Parish Pastoral Council was laid. The meeting was a very positive experience thanks to the able leadership of Patricia Erhardt-Lewis who led us through the evening assisted by Sarah Watts and Ann Edes. Those who came to the meeting divided themselves up into the five areas of parish activity identified beforehand namely the Liturgy, Catechetics, Parish Life; Pastoral Outreach and Care for the property. Each group was given the immediate task of helping prepare the Parish for Holy Week.
Our monthly meeting of the Mustard Seed prayer group.
CAFOD has been standing alongside poor communities working with them to end poverty and injustice across the world. Please come along to an informal gathering on to find out more about our work and
Dear Father Peter and all of the congregation of St Margaret's,
What a fantastic effort on behalf of the whole Parish in response to this year’s Lenten Project – whether working behind the scenes, organising and managing events, donating time, talents and money
Families of St Margarets Catholic Church are invited to join us for a fun filled family day in Richmond Park to support MicroLoan Foundation. Last year we had over 200 walkers and raised over £8000
Please keep the Confirmation candidates in your prayers.