15th June

SUNDAY BULLETIN

VOL. 22 NO. 28  15th JUNE 2014

 

Father Ciaran Feeney Adm.   191 Upper Newtownards Road, Belfast, BT4 3JB.         Tel.9065 4157. Website: www.st-colmcilles.net  E-mail: stcolmcilles@hotmail.com

 

MASS TIMES FOR COMING WEEK

Saturday Sunday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
6.30pm

Mary Ellen Herbert

9.30am  Elsie Campbell 9.30am

Mary Thompson

9.30am

 

9.30am

Jack Donnelly

9.30am

Anointing of the Sick

Confessions at 6.00pm 11.30am

 

 

 

     

 

PARISH WEBCAM

Parishioners are invited to view parish Masses and other parish services with the help of the parish website : www.st-colmcilles.net where you will find the Webcam. Click on ‘WEBCAM’ and scroll to view. The picture quality has been greatly enhanced recently. The Webcam is normally on 24 hours a day. It should also work on iphones, ipads and Android devices. The sound is normally only on during Mass and other Church services.

 

Could those who are last to leave the Parish grounds

in the evening please close the car park gates.

 

BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT

St Colmcilles has a Bereavement Support group to be present for and to listen to anyone suffering bereavement after a death, regardless of how long ago the death occurred. The group is here for all, regardless of culture, faith or no faith and is made up of nine parishioners who have all been trained by NI Hospice professionals; on-going training and guidance will continue with the Hospice team.  If you wish to know more about Bereavement Support please telephone us on 074 5698 9458 or complete a Request form and place in the Bereavement Support Box situated at the back of the Church and one of the group will make contact with you. The members of the group are: Regiena Babu, Eileen Brogan, Eithne Daly, Maire Devine, Brenda McMeekin, David McMeekin, Celine Molloy, Joan Rogan, Lucy Traynor.

 

PARISH FAMILY

INTERCESSORY PRAYER TEAM  –  is a small group who meet on a weekly basis to add their voices to yours, presenting your needs to God. Requests for prayer can be made by completing a Petition Slip and placing it in the Prayer Request Box, both of which can be found in Our Lady’s Prayer Space, or by emailing colmcilleprayer@yahoo.co.uk.  All requests are treated with the strictest confidence and you can make your request anonymously if you wish.

CTS BOOKLETS –  a new range of resources is on sale in the Church porch. There is also a variety of cards to purchase, to celebrate special occasions. Payment may be placed in any of the money boxes in the walls next to the candelabras.

A SEVEN DAY CANDLE  – burns continuously at Our Lady’s Prayer Space in the Sanctuary for the intentions of a sponsor. Candles cost £5 each and this offering should be placed in the box in the wall when you light your candle.

DECEASED –   We pray for the repose of the soul of Mary Thompson, a parishioner, who died recently, Elsie Campbell whose month’s mind occurs this weekend  and for all those whose anniversaries occur at this time of year especially:

Jack Donnelly, Tom Fleming, Mary Ellen Herbert, Michael & Teresa Kelly, Margaret Mc Grath and  Henry Mc Kenna.

 

MONEY MATTERS                        

Weekly Offering Collection – £1,198.83

Many thanks to all who contributed so generously to the collections.

PETER’S PENCE COLLECTION  –  will be taken up at all Masses this weekend.  This collection was started centuries ago to provide financial support for the Pope and has evolved as a resource to fund the Holy See’s charitable actions for those in need. The Peter’s Pence Collection is used by the Pope to support special charitable projects in developing countries as well as defraying expenses of the work of the Church. ‘Peter’s Pence’ is the most characteristic expression of the participation of all the faithful in the Bishop of Rome’s charitable initiatives in favour of the universal Church. The Pope, being Pastor of the whole Church, is attentive to the material needs of poor dioceses, religious institutes and of faithful in grave difficulties (the poor, children, the elderly, those marginalized and the victims of war or natural disasters; concrete aid to Bishops or dioceses in need, Catholic education, assistance to refugees and immigrants, etc.).

PARISH DRAW – The winners of the 3rd Parish Draw for 2014 are: Fr Ciaran Feeney – £100, Brenda McMeekin Dunn – £75 & Eilish Kelly – £25.  If anyone would still like to purchase a ticket please contact anyone on the Social & Fundraising Committee or the Parish Office.

THIS WEEK

FAMILY MASSthis Sunday at 9.30am, to celebrate the fruits of Children’s Liturgy. All Primary 4 children who recently received their First Communion are particularly welcome. Refreshments in the hall after Mass. All welcome.

SCRIPTURE AND PRAYER GROUP– will meet on this Tuesday, in the committee room at 8.00 p.m. We will continue to reflect on the effects in our lives of Creation/Incarnation.

CONSCIENCE – a guide to living and acting in a secular society?  – is a presentation in St. Brigid’s Parish Centre, Derryvolgie Avenue on this Tuesday at 7.30pm by Fr Edward O’Donnell, Mr Brett Lockhart and  Fr Timothy Bartlett. Everyone welcome.

WEDNESDAY CLUB – Trip to Ranfurly House, Dungannon this Wednesday. Ranfurly House is a Heritage Centre detailing the history of the O’Neill’s. The bus is leaving the Church car park at 10.30am and returning at approximately 6.00pm. Members : £20 and non members: £23. Why not join us for this last trip before the summer holiday.  Everybody welcome. To book ring Pat : 9067 1036 or Anna : 9065 1351                                                 CLONARD NOVENA – will be held from this Wednesday 18th to Thursday 26th  June.  Leaflets giving all times and details of services are available in the porch.  Please take one home with you.   Further information is available on www.clonard.com

COMING EVENTS

LOUGH DERG PILGRIMAGE -The annual Living Church Lough Derg 3 day Pilgrimage will take place this year from Fri 27th June to Sunday 29th June. The pilgrimage will be the

traditional three day format. Please consider coming along this year. The cost of the pilgrimage is £60.00. The cost does not include travel to the island. For details of travel arrangements and to book a place please call the Living Church Office on 02890690920 or email office@livingchurchdc.org  by Monday 16th June.

DIOCESAN CONVENTION“Living the Faith to Make a Difference”,  will be held on Saturday 20th September at Our Lady and St Patrick’s College, Knock. There are twelve workshops to choose from.  Places are limited and the closing date for applications is Friday 27th June. Forms are available at the back of the Church.

TOBAR MHUIRE RETREAT CENTRE– 3rd Annual  Summer Institute, 1st – 3rd July.

Theme: “The Passion of the Church”, facilitated by Fr Peter McVerry SJ and Fr Tom Scanlon CP. For further information phone:  02844 830 242 or email:  tobarmhuirecrossgar.com

 

OTHER NOTICES

PARISH BREAKFAST – at Neill’s Hill restaurant last Thursday morning was a huge success. It was a great witness to the Ballyhackamore community by our Church group. The thirty three parishioners and their friends who attended, had a very satisfying meal, the atmosphere was great and everyone enjoyed the chat over breakfast.

PARISH FACEBOOK  – please search for St Colmcilles Parish on Facebook and ‘like’ to join the page for up to date parish information and uplifting comments.

CATHOLIC SINGLES – is an organisation which helps single adult Catholics of all ages meet, either one to one or through social events. Please tel. 0161 941 3498, visit the website www.catholicsingles.org.uk or email info@catholicsingles.org.uk

CHURCH VISITStrandtown and St Joseph’s Primary 4 classes joined together to visit St Colmcille’s and Kirkpatrick Memorial Churches over the past two weeks. This project was part of the Community Relations, Equity and Diversity programme. The CRED project was planned by the school staff, Mrs McAllister and Ms Kelly, and it was part of a scheme to explore other cultures and religions.                   

HOMESTART’S CHILDREN’S CHARITY SHOP urgently needs items such as prams, car seats, cots, baby walkers, stair gates and any clothing items.  If you have any of these items that you no longer use and would like them to go to good use please contact us on 02890 459429 and we will arrange to pick them up or feel free to drop them in to 140 Albertbridge Road. All donations greatly appreciated.                                                               

RALLY FOR LIFE – on Saturday 5th July at 2.00pm at Custom House Square, Belfast. Stand together, North and South, against a new abortion push in Belfast and  Dublin – politicians in Stormont and the Dáil need to see thousands opposing the bid to introduce abortion for unborn babies with disabilities.                                                                                                       

MICHAELA FOUNDATION – Girls Summer Camp at St. Mary’s College, Belfast, from Monday 30th June – Friday 4th July. The Summer Camp offers 11 to 13 year-old girls the opportunity to experience a range of inspiring and entertaining activities including fashion, Irish and well-being, all taught by highly-experienced and trained experts in a fun and supportive environment, whilst growing in faith. For more information and to book a space visit: www.themichaelafoundation.com

1st June

SUNDAY BULLETIN

VOL. 22 NO. 26  1st JUNE 2014

 

Father Ciaran Feeney Adm.   191 Upper Newtownards Road, Belfast, BT4 3JB.         Tel. 9065 4157.   Website: www.st-colmcilles.net  E-mail: stcolmcilles@hotmail.com

 

MASS TIMES FOR COMING WEEK

Saturday Sunday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
6.30pm

 

9.30am 9.30am

Noel

Callan

9.30am

 

9.30am

 

9.30am

Anointing of the Sick

Confessions at 6.00pm 11.30am

      Alice

  McGourty

 

 

     

 

PARISH WEBCAM

Parishioners are invited to view parish Masses and other parish services with the help of the parish website : www.st-colmcilles.net where you will find the Webcam. Click on ‘WEBCAM’ and scroll to view. The picture quality has been greatly enhanced recently. The Webcam is normally on 24 hours a day. It should work on iphones, ipads and Android devices. The sound is normally only on during Mass and other Church services.

 

Could those who are last to leave the Parish grounds

in the evening please close the car park gates.

 

 

PENTECOST SERVICE

St Colmcille’s are hosting  an interdenominational prayer service, ‘Come, Holy Spirit, and Renew the Face of the Earth’, on behalf of the Belmont and District Council of Churches next Sunday at 7.00pm, in St Colmcille’s Church. Everyone is encouraged to attend.

 

PARISH PASTORAL COUNCIL

The Council supports and advises our parish Priest and represents the view of parishioners in matters affecting parish life. Nominations have been sought over the past few weeks for new Council members. The number of nominations met the corresponding  number of vacant seats on the Council, therfore no elections are necessary this weekend. All of those nominated have agreed to serve on the Council over the next four years. Names to follow.

 

BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT

St Colmcilles has a Bereavement Support group to be present for and to listen to anyone suffering bereavement after a death, regardless of how long ago the death occurred. The group is here for all, regardless of culture, faith or no faith and is made up of nine parishioners who have all been trained by NI Hospice professionals; on-going training and guidance will continue with the Hospice team.  If you wish to know more about Bereavement Support please telephone us on 074 5698 9458 or complete a Request form and place in the Bereavement Support Box situated at the back of the Church and one of the group will make contact with you. The members of the group are: Regiena Babu, Eileen Brogan, Eithne Daly, Maire Devine, Brenda McMeekin, David McMeekin, Celine Molloy, Joan Rogan, Lucy Traynor.

 

PARISH FAMILY

BAPTISM – We welcome into the parish family Malachy John Brunt, Rián Patrick McCormick, Eve Mulvaney and Cíllion Sloan who were baptised last weeknd.

EASTER DUTY – “ … each of the faithful is obliged to receive Holy Communion at least once a year.  This precept must be fulfilled during Paschal time unless for a good reason it is fulfilled at another time during the year.”  Canon 920.

CTS BOOKLETS –  a new range of resources is on sale in the Church porch. There is also a variety of cards to purchase, to celebrate special occasions. Payment may be placed in any of the money boxes in the walls next to the candelabras.

EXAM BUDDIES–  all students  preparing for exams are invited to take an exam pack from the table in the Church porch and to place their name on the Exam Buddies notice board there. Parishioners are invited to place their name on the Prayer Sponsors board and then pray for the students over the exam period in May and June.

DECEASED –   We pray for the repose of the soul of a parishioner, Joan Mulholland, who died recently and for all those whose anniversaries occur at this time of year especially:    Alice Mc Gourty and  Noel Callan.

 

MONEY MATTERS

Weekly Offering Collection –

Trócaire to date –

Many thanks to all who contributed so generously to the collections.

TRÓCAIRE  –  if you haven’t done so already please remember to return your Trócaire box this week.  It would be appreciated if any small coins could be changed to larger denominations.  All cheques should be made payable to Saint Colmcille’s Parish

THIS WEEK

PRAY FOR SCHOOLS EVENT – this Wednesday 4th June, 8.00pm – 9.00pm at Ashfield Girls School. Pray for Schools is a partnership between Care, Scripture Union, Youth for Christ, Crown Jesus ministries, 24-7 Prayer and Urban Saints. Pray for Schools’ mission is to ensure every school in Northern Ireland is a prayed for school.  Our passion is to see every school in Northern Ireland supported with prayer and to encourage and equip Christians to pray for their local school. For more information please send an email: mark.baillie@care.org.uk

WEDNESDAY CLUB – Trip to Newcastle for the Festival of Flowers on this Friday 6th June. The bus is leaving the Church car park at 11.00am, returning at 6.00pm approximately. Ring Anna : 9065 1351 to book, before Tuesday 3rd June.

GIFT PROGRAMME– a celebration of the conclusion of the parish Growing In Faith Together programme, for year 8 and year 9 students, will be held during the Vigil Mass next  Saturday, at 6.30pm. Primary 7 pupils are invited to join us and come to the youth club in the hall, for refreshments and activities afterwards.

FAMILY FUN DAY – on next Saturday from 2.00pm-4.00pm at Knock Methodist Centre.  Everyone is very welcome

CHILDREN’S SUMMER HOLIDAY CLUB – ‘On Safari’ from Monday 11th – Friday 15th August, for 4 – 8 year olds. Application forms in Church porch. Teenagers and adults who wish to volunteer to assist with the programme are invited to attend a training evening next Saturday in the Parochial Hall at 7.30pm. Contact Noeleen 07879 498131

ANNUAL PILGRIMAGE TO KNOCK – will take place next Sunday and will be led by The Most Reverend Anthony Farquhar. The ceremonies commence at 2.30pm in the Basilica with the Sacrament of the Sick, followed by Mass, Benediction and the Rosary Procession.

COMING EVENTS

WEDNESDAY CLUB – Trip to the Hill of the O’Neills, Dungannon on Wednesday 18th June. Join us for an interesting day out. The bus is leaving the Church car park at 10.30am and returning at 6.00pm. To book ring Pat : 9067 1036 or Anna : 9065 1351

CLONARD NOVENA– Wednesday 18th to Thursday 26th June

LOUGH DERG PILGRIMAGEThe annual Living Church Lough Derg 3 day Pilgrimage will take place this year from Fri 27th June to Sunday 29th June. The pilgrimage will be the traditional three day format. Please consider coming along this year. The cost of the pilgrimage is £60.00. The cost does not include travel to the island. For details of travel arrangements and to book a place please call the Living Church Office on 02890690920 or email office@livingchurchdc.org  by Monday 16th June.

OTHER NOTICES

LIVING CHURCH REPORT– to the 8 parishes in our Vicariate recently, was hosted by St Colmcille’s parish. A number of statistics were presented for our consideration. This included factual information gathered in a recent Diocesan audit. Our Priests are highly engaged in celebration of Masses,  pastoral work, visiting the sick, school support, chaplaincy, preparation and celebration of Sacraments etc. They are also engaged in parish management duties, administration and sit on many committees etc. This hardly sums up their workload. Furthermore the number of Masses provided in the Vicariate for parishioners has remained constant over the past ten years, and Weddings and Baptisms have increased. Despite this, the numbers of Priests in active ministy has fallen. The ten year projected figures for the Diocese (88 parishes) are that there will only be 60 Priests under the age of 65 years, with only 17 of them under the age of 50 years. Food for thought !

HALL BOOKING – Pat is not available to take booking for the Parochial Hall from Monday 2nd – Friday 6th June inclusive.

THE ART OF CARING – St Colmcille’s Art Exhibition. The Committee wish to thank all those people  who gave their time so generously and who made the exhibition such a success. We would also like to thank our sponsors, artists and buyers with whom none of it would be possible. The exhibition made in excess of £20,000 but it does much more than that. It brings a  whole range of people together who enjoy themselves, get a different experience and make a major contribution to the wellbeing of many. Thank you all. More details later.

ST DOMINIC’S GRAMMAR SCHOOL FOR GIRLS are holding a registration event at the school for girls transferring in 2015, on next Wednesday 11th June, 4.00pm -7.00pm. A birth certificate and passport size photo is required. Application form on school website, www.stdominics.org.uk

ST.MALACHY’S COLLEGE  – Antrim Road, will host an Information and Registration Event for GL Assessment 2014 on Tuesday 24th June at 7.00pm .  Parents and Primary 6 pupils who wish to apply for a place in the College are welcome to attend.                                                                                 

 

25th May

SUNDAY BULLETIN

VOL. 22 NO. 25  25TH MAY 2014

 

Father Ciaran Feeney Adm.   191 Upper Newtownards Road, Belfast, BT4 3JB.         Tel. 9065 4157.   Website: www.st-colmcilles.net  E-mail: stcolmcilles@hotmail.com

 

MASS TIMES FOR COMING WEEK

Saturday Sunday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday
6.30pm

Edmund Kiely

9.30am Antonio Logronio 9.30am

Bobby Cooke

9.30am

 

9.30am

 

9.30am

Anointing of the Sick

Confessions at 6.00pm 11.30am

 

 

 

     

 

Could those who are last to leave the Parish grounds

in the evening please close the car park gates.

 

ST. COLMCILLE’S BEREAVEMENT SUPPORT

St Colmcilles has a Bereavement Support group to be present for and to listen to anyone suffering bereavement after a death, regardless of how long ago the death occurred. The group is here for all, regardless of culture, faith or no faith and is made up of nine parishioners who have all been trained by NI Hospice professionals; on-going training and guidance will continue with the Hospice team.  If you wish to know more about Bereavement Support please telephone us on 074 5698 9458 or complete a Request form and place in the Bereavement Support Box situated at the back of the Church and one of the group will make contact with you. The members of the group are: Regiena Babu, Eileen Brogan, Eithne Daly, Maire Devine, Brenda McMeekin, David McMeekin, Celine Molloy, Joan Rogan, Lucy Traynor.

PARISH PASTORAL COUNCIL ELECTIONS

Elections to the Parish Pastoral Council will take place on Saturday 31st May and Sunday 1st June. The Council supports and advises our Parish Priest and represents the views of parishioners in matters affecting parish life.  Nominations will be sought for candidates willing to serve for four years. If you would like further information please speak to any member of the Parish Pastoral Council or contact Mary Walsh on 078 1549 3463.  Nominations forms are available this weekend and should placed in the nominations box in the porch by this Sunday.

PARISH FAMILY

EASTER PRAYER SPACE – ‘I am risen and I am still with you.’ Ps 138:12. The empty tomb was the Tabernacle of Repose. The lit candle reminds us that Christ is here with us. The long winding sheet represents the cast off grave clothes. Grave clothes bind us. Christ invites us to cast off our grave clothes and come out of our tomb, free from the restraints of the past and anything that binds us like worry, fear, unforgiveness, negativity etc As Paul urges us: ‘Therefore, as God’s chosen people, holy and dearly loved, clothe yourselves with compassion, kindness, humility, gentleness and patience’.  Colossians 3:12

EASTER DUTY – “ … each of the faithful is obliged to receive Holy Communion at least once a year.  This precept must be fulfilled during Paschal time unless for a good reason it is fulfilled at another time during the year.”  Canon 920.

INTERCESSORY PRAYER TEAM  –  is a small group who meet on a weekly basis to add their voices to yours, presenting your needs to God. Requests for prayer can be made by completing a Petition Slip and placing it in the Prayer Request Box, both of which can be found in Our Lady’s Prayer Space, or by emailing colmcilleprayer@yahoo.co.uk.  All requests are treated with the strictest confidence and you can make your request anonymously if you wish.

CTS BOOKLETS –  a new range of resources is on sale in the Church porch. There is also a variety of cards to purchase, to celebrate special occasions. Payment may be placed in any of the money boxes in the walls next to the candelabras.

EXAM BUDDIES–  all students  preparing for exams are invited to take an exam pack from the table in the Church porch and to place their name on the Exam Buddies notice board there. Parishioners are invited to place their name on the Prayer Sponsors board and then pray for the students over the exam period in May and June.

DECEASED –   We pray for those who are recently deceased: Antonio Logronio, Eddie Phelan and Bobby Cooke; and for all those whose anniversaries occur at this time of year especially-  Edmund Kiely and John Mc Cormick.

 

 

THIS WEEK

APOSTOLIC WORK ANNUAL DISPLAY AND SALE  –  will take place after all the Masses this Saturday and Sunday.  Please support our missionary work by going to the Parochial Hall and enjoying a cup of tea or coffee and freshly made scones.  There will be cakes, plants, books etc. for sale and the popular tombola and raffle.  You are encouraged to Gift Aid cash donations of ANY AMOUNT so that Apostolic Work can claim the tax.  Forms will be available at the door or from a member of Apostolic Work in the hall.   Thank you for your faithful support.

PARISH SIRLOIN STEAK/CHICKEN BBQ & DISCO – will take place on this Friday 30th May from 7.30pm in the Parochial Hall/Scouts & Guides den.  Bring your own refreshments and the music will be on until 12.30am.  Its guaranteed to be a great night out.  Tickets are only £15 per person and will be available to purchase this weekend or they are

available from Roisin McMullan 07854 140019 or Mary Walsh on 07815 493463 or any member of the Social & Fundraising Committee. If you have any special dietary requirements please let us know when you book your ticket.  We look forward to seeing you there.

BIRTHDAY CONGRATULATIONS – to May Burrows, a parishioner, who has just celebrated her 104th birthday !

OTHER NOTICES

PENTECOST SERVICESt Colmcille’s are hosting  an interdenominational prayer service, ‘Come, Holy Spirit, and Renew the Face of the Earth’, on behalf of the Belmont and District Council of Churches on Sunday 8th June at 7.00pm, in St Colmcille’s Church. Everyone is encouraged to attend.

ANNUAL PILGRIMAGE TO KNOCK – will take place on Sunday 8th June and will be led by The Most Reverend Anthony Farquhar. The ceremonies commence at 2.30pm in the

Basilica with the Sacrament of the Sick, followed by Mass, Benediction and the Rosary Procession.  Further details can be obtained from Father Colin Grant at 028 9064 3939

GIFT PROGRAMME– a celebration of the conclusion of the parish Growing In Faith Together programme, for year 8 and year 9 students, will be held during the Vigil Mass on Saturday 7th June, at 6.30pm. Primary 7 pupils are invited to join us and come to the youth club in the hall, for refreshments and activities afterwards.

AQUINAS DIOCESAN GRAMMAR SCHOOLGL Transfer Arrangements, Information Evening for Primary 6 pupils and parents this Thursday 29 May at 7.00pm.                               ST DOMINIC’S GRAMMAR SCHOOL FOR GIRLS are holding a registration event at the school for girls transferring in 2015, on Wednesday 11th June, 4.00pm -7.00pm. A birth certificate and passport size photo is required. Application form on school website, www.stdominics.org.uk

ST.MALACHY’S COLLEGE  – Antrim Road, will host an Information and Registration Event for GL Assessment 2014 on Tuesday 24th June at 7.00pm .  Parents and Primary 6 pupils who wish to apply for a place in the College are welcome to attend.                                                                                 TOOLS FOR SOLIDARITY – in collaboration with the Down and Connor Churches are running a project over a 6 month period, to collect old hand tools and 500 old/unused sewing machines for centres in Uganda and Tanzania, in order to help improve the lives of the local people and their communities. The charity will collect the tools from the Church, on a date to be set. Meanwhile if anyone would like to work with the charity on this project, or would like a machine collected, please contact Tools For Solidarity on 02890 747473.

YOUNG WOMEN AND MINISTRY IN THE CHURCH – as a follow up evening to the retreat at the end of March there will be an evening of Prayer and Reflection with some refreshments in theAdoration Convent, 63 Falls Road, Belfastthis Friday 30th May

from 7.00pm – 9.00pm/9.30pm., all welcome. No need to book – just turn up.

LOUGH DERG PILGRIMAGEThe annual Living Church Lough Derg 3 day Pilgrimage will take place this year from Fri 27th June to Sunday 29th June. The pilgrimage will be the traditional three day format. Please consider coming along this year. The cost of the pilgrimage is £60.00. The cost does not include travel to the island. For details of travel arrangements and to book a place please call the Living Church Office on 02890690920 or email office@livingchurchdc.org  by Monday 16th June.

CLONARD NOVENA– Wednesday 18th to Thursday 26th June.

CHILDREN’S SUMMER HOLIDAY CLUB – ‘On Safari’ from Monday 11th – Friday 15th August, for 4 – 8 year olds. Application forms in Church porch. Closing date this Friday 30th May. Teenage and adult volunteer leaders are invited to take part. Contact Noeleen 07879 498131