The COVID-19 pandemic has had an impact on everyone around the world and our prayers and thoughts are with all those who have been affected.

Many have seen a financial impact and our Parish is no exception. Historically our main source of income has been through the offertory collection, but since churches have been closed to worship and private prayer, this income has disappeared.

We know many parishioners have already set up standing orders at their bank or have even posted through their donations at the presbytery and we are very grateful for this.

Through the diocese, we are pleased to now be able to accept donations online through Virgin Money Giving. It is easy to log in and make a donation, if you are eligible for Gift Aid then the parish will automatically receive this benefit.

Please log onto our online giving page and support the work of the parish.

We also have other ways in which you can contribute to the parish, you can find more information on our fundraising page.

The parish hosts the fantastic Charity Concert

The parish hosts the fantastic Charity Concert

We were fortunate to present a Charity Concert in aid of the Parish funds on the 24th of April 2022. The audience was thoroughly entertained by a varied diet of Music sung by our Parishioner Megan Moffitt and guitarist John Forsythe MBE. Taking works from classical...

Charity Concert this afternoon

Charity Concert this afternoon

Remember our Charity Concert this afternoon! The perfect way to end your Easter week. St Therese of Lisieux is excited to present Soprano, Megan Moffitt and Classical Guitarist John Forsyth MBE, performing, “Music for a While”. Their programme includes works by...

How to use our new contactless donation system

How to use our new contactless donation system

Those parishioners who have been able to attend Mass over the Easter season may have seen our new Contactless donation device at the back of Church. This system does not replace our existing forms of donation such as in the collection basket or via standing order, but...

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