The parish depends on the generosity of the parishioners and donors in order to pay for the upkeep of the church and presbytery.

The fundraising is also used in supporting activities including sacramental preparation and spiritual support of the parish community.

The parish is blessed with a beautiful church building and are now required to pay back to the diocese the costs of the building which amount to over £1 million pounds.

Ways to donate

Set up a Standing Order

You can set up a standing order to arrange a regular payment from your Bank Account

Donate when you shop online

If you shop online you can earn donations for the parish and get yourself special offers with hundreds on online stores.

Offertory Envelopes

By using offertory envelopes to donate at our offertory collection we can make your money work harder by claiming GiftAid

Fundraising News

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...

New Contactless and Online Donation

New Contactless and Online Donation

The Parish has teamed up with Dona to offer the ability to donate to the parish using contactless and online donations. Since our Virgin MyDonate site went offline last year we have not been able to take online donations, we now have a new way of allowing our virtual...

Results of Easter Raffle

Results of Easter Raffle

Congratulations to the winners of the Parish Easter raffle which was drawn after Mass on Sunday the 10th of April. We have raised the grand total of £338 towards parish funds. The list of people to thank is long. Firstly many thanks to Kerry for organising the raffle....

Donate to St Therese online

Donate to St Therese online

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...

CAFOD Coronavirus appeal

CAFOD Coronavirus appeal

CAFOD has launched an urgent appeal to raise money to assist those countries with poor health systems who may not be able to respond to the coronavirus epidemic. Below is a video and letter from Christine Allen, the director of CAFOD, on what CAFOD aims to do with...

Smarties Challenge

Smarties Challenge

This month we will be running the Smarties Challenge. This week pick up a tube of Smarties at one of the weekend Masses and fill it with 20p coins by the end of the month. Any other spare change will be appreciated. This will raise vital funds for the church. Enjoy...

100 Club draw results

100 Club draw results

You may have wondered where the results have been for the last couple of months, well wonder no longer here are the results for the end of 2019. October 71 Iwona Gdamec November 57 Christine Renshaw December 53 Susan Moloney The 100 club is an important part of our...

More News and Information

First Holy Communion Mass today

We offer all our prayers to the children who are preparing to receive the Sacrament of the Eucharist today at 11 am Mass. They and their families have been preparing hard throughout the year with our parish catechists and Canon Alan and at last, their hard work is...

The World Meeting of Families

The Church of St Therese of Lisieux is hosting the Northern Deanery Mass to celebrate the World Meeting of Families 2022 on Wednesday the 22nd of June at 6 pm. The Theme this year is 'Family Love: A Vocation and a Path to Holiness' Everyone is invited to attend the...

Reminder – No Mass on Friday or Saturday mornings this week

Canon Alan is at an ordination in Birmingham and so there will be no Mass, either in person or Livestream, on the morning of Friday 3rd June or Saturday 4th June. The Saturday Evening vigil Mass will still take place.

Read the May edition of the Catholic Voice

The May edition of the Catholic Voice newspaper is now available to pick up at the back of the church. There is also an online electronic edition which you can get to by clicking the image below. For the eagle-eyed among you you may have noticed a small article about...

The National Office for Vocations saying Thank you to our priests

We are all called, we all have a vocation.

Do not be afraid to become fully alive, fully yourself.

Reflecting on Vocations in our Diocese

Canon Alan reflected on the state of play of Vocations in our Diocese as he completes a year in the role as Director of Vocations. It is clear that in our Diocese there is a need for raising the profile of a vocation in the religious life. The Diocese currently has...

Message of His Holiness Pope Francis for 2022 World Day of Vocations

The fourth Sunday of Easter is traditionally known as Vocations Sunday or Good Shepherd Sunday as, in today’s gospel reading, Jesus says, ‘I am the Good Shepherd: the good shepherd is the one who lays down his life for his sheep’. Pope Francis has released his message...

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

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

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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