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Churches together (www.cticp.org.uk).

The parish is a member of Churches together in Central Peterborough

City Centre Churches Working Together in Worship and Service for Christ in the City of Peterborough, comprising:

St John the Baptist with S Luke's (C of E), Peterborough Cathedral, Parish of St Mark (C of E) , St Mary's (C of E), Park Rd (Baptist), Westgate (Joint Methodist/URC), St Peter and All Souls (RC)

Associate Members:

Friend's Meeting House (Quakers), All Saints (C of E)


‘Though we are many, we are one’

The Catholic Church promotes the rich diversity of cultures and customs that make up the parish and wider community. The Polish Council of Peterborough + Community, The Portugues Community, The Lithuanian Association. The Filipino Community (Francz0421@yahoo.co.uk). Syro Malabar Community (Keralarccpeterborough@gmail.com). African Community (CAcpeterborough@gmail.com).Damon Community (damancommunityofpeterborough@gmail.com).East Timorese Community (timorpost_lisboa@hotmail.co.uk).

The Green Backyard

http://www.thegreenbackyard.com

The Green Backyard is a vibrant community growing project in the heart of Peterborough, which was established in 2009 and is run entirely by volunteers. 'From this urban space we have transformed a once derelict former allotment site into a beautiful and productive community garden that is open to everyone'. This is a community in danger of closing and they are trying to get a Business Case together to submit to the council to allow them to stay on their site. You can help by taking part in a survey at http://www.thegreenbackyard.com/community-consultation/

News

Message from the Metropolitan Archbishops of the Catholic Church in England and Wales
A People who Hope in Christ.pdf.





foodbank
When you go out to shop please remember to place a couple of items in the Foodbank collection boxes at supermarkets. They are in need of canned fruit and vegetables, canned meat and fish, long-life milk and juices and other items that can make proper meals (no pasta or baked beans please).

The foodbank will run short if we do not continue to support them as they help some of the most needy in our communities,

Thank you in advance for your generosity.






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