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We have once again commenced the celebration of mass in church – this includes Wednesday mid-week mass as well as the weekend masses. If you wish to come, please do sign in for track and trace purposes.
Please remember, the existing procedures will still apply in church – hand gel, face masks, social distancing and following the directions of the Welcomers. To register for mass please follow this link.
Fr Gordon Abbs.
Wednesday 14th April is the first of our six “Together on the Road” Online Sessions. The sessions have been organised as an optional and additional way to help Synod members discern in the run up to our Synod in June, thinking particularly of those who don’t have anything similar happening locally. The Sessions will happen for the next six Wednesdays 7-8:30pm. The details below can be used for all six sessions.
Those wanting to attend will find it useful to have the Together on the Road book to hand (follow the link for the PDF version).
If you have any questions, please contact the Synod Office on 0151 486 1206.
St Lewis’ has an active SVP conference which can help local people in a variety of ways. Please click here if you think we can help you, you are interesting in joining us, or just want more information.
I mentioned to you last week the Diocese’s concern that Parishes at present have no weekly income, but we still have bills to pay. They have come up with three different ways in which you can safely and digitally give to your Parish, should you so wish.
- By standing order. You will be able to download and print a standing order form instructing your bank to pay weekly/monthly the amount you wish to give to the Parish. Just fill in the form, post it to me (at All Saints) and after I’ve copied it for our records I’ll send it off to your bank. Just follow this link.
- Online: By following this link you can give on a weekly basis whatever you wish. Those of you who have given to Cafod on line will be familiar with this type of giving.
- You can give by text: Just as you would for, say Children in Need or Comic Relief.
Text STLEWISNOINFO to 70085 to donate £2. Texts cost £2 plus one standard rate message.
Text STLEWISNOINFO to 70450 to donate £3. Texts cost £3 plus one standard rate message.
Text STLEWISNOINFO to 70460 to donate £5. Texts cost £5 plus one standard rate message.
Text STLEWISNOINFO to 70470 to donate £10. Texts cost £10 plus one standard rate message.
By sending it to STLEWISNOINFO I am presuming that you will not want to receive the marketing information that automatically comes with all this. If you’d rather receive the info then text: STLEWIS to the relevant number and you will receive all the bumf!
- Finally, you could simply pop your offertory envelope through the letter box at the presbytery when you are passing, or wait until we can all go back to mass. If you didn’t manage to pick up the envelopes before the lock-down and you want them, simply ring me and I’ll drop them through YOUR letter box!
I have asked a number of people if they would find it useful having a prayerboard on the front page. Whilst we are all in need at the moment, there are some with particular needs whom we can pray for. I have asked their permission and invited them to not just post names but also where possible details of people’s illness so that our prayers can be focussed. So many of us feel helpless at the moment, but as Christians we know we can do one thing: pray that God’s healing hand can touch our lives and those in most need. Do please send me names and, where appropriate details of people we can pray for.
Please Pray for:
Helen Morgan (Pat Ferguson’s sister) who is due to start 6 weeks intensive Radiotherapy and Chemotherapy after being diagnosed with stage 3 carcinoma of the lung.
Margaret Owens who has just been diagnosed with blood cancer.
Don Seddon who has Bowel Cancer and is in Christie’s Hospital.
Sean Connolly who is undergoing treatment for Oesophageal cancer.
Brian Parr who is recovering in hospital after major surgery.
Pemberlina Smith who is suffering from breast cancer and is undergoing treatment.
Margaret Kirkham whose who has had her radiotherapy treatment – her tumour is greatly reduced.
Sophie Tinley (daughter-in-law of Bill Tinley) has Myeloma bone marrow cancer. Sophie’s double transplant has been a success and she is eligible for a new treatment which will give her an increased chance of remission.
Karl and Joy Ward – Karl has non Hodgkin’s lymphoma and Joy has ovarian cancer.
Lily Kennedy (daughter of Shaun Kennedy and Katie Gaskell) suffering from 22 Chromosome Duplication.
Ken Morris (Linda’s husband) receiving treatment for prostate cancer and lymphoma.