UCM Meeting on Tuesday 14th May at 7.30pm in St Joseph Parish Room. Talk on Dementia by Liz Downing further details to follow. We warmly welcome any parishioners who would like to join us.
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UCM have been looking at “ LAUDATO SI” ‘Pope Francis’ encyclical on the environment. In it he states that the two greatest aims of his papacy are solidarity with those living in poverty and the protection of the planet which he calls Our Common Home. He urges us to do likewise. We live in a […]
UCM Meeting for Stations of the Cross led by members on Tuesday 12th March at 7.00pm at Delancey church (please note change of venue this month!) Tea/coffee and raffle afterwards. Please let Norah know if you cannot lead your agreed Station – Tel: 236593 / E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org All most welcome to join us.
UCM Meeting Tuesday 12th February at 7.30 pm in St Joseph Parish Room “CARE FOR OUR COMMON HOME” With these words Pope Francis asks us as Catholics, in his encyclical “Laudato Si”, to think about and protect the environment. Come and watch a video on this subject, discuss it and think about what we can […]
Tuesday 8th January at 7.00pm for 7.30pm in St Joseph’s Parish Room. Cooking with Ron.
UCM Meeting on Tuesday 9th October at 7.30pm at St Joseph Parish Room. If you haven’t seen it already this evening will be your opportunity to see “Guernsey Sea Dog” the film of the exciting swimming exploits of Adrian Sarchet, son of Kath one of our members. Not to be missed. Come promptly. Raffle.
UCM Meeting on Tuesday 11th September at 7.30 pm in the Parish Room. We shall be meeting for a “Knit and Natter” evening. Bring along any craft or needlework that interests you or come along for the “Craic”‘ It’s good to have time to talk to each other, to discuss ideas for future meetings and […]
UCM Tea Party on August 14th at 3:00pm in Marguerite Paul’s Garden. Her house is Les Villets, Rue De La Vrangue, Forest GY8 0HR. Parking available. Coming from Forest Stores take first left, through crossroad, then next turning on right. No name on house, but there will be a sign. Please bring usual food contribution, […]
A big thank you to Canon Michael and Fr Paul for welcoming us into the presbytery garden last weekend, together with all who came along to make the afternoon such an enjoyable occasion. A special thanks to all who baked cakes and helped set up chairs, tables, bunting and music and to the UCM for […]
We give thanks to God for the States of Deliberation decision last week. Very special thanks to Father Paul for his unstinting efforts in rallying the Catholic community to the cause. Thank you to everyone who wrote emails or letters to the deputies; to those who sat on the Parish steering committee; to Tom Saddington […]