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Parish of St Luke, (also serving the communities of St Benedict, Sawtry and St Bartholemew, Yaxley and the Hamptons), Benyon Grove, Orton Malborne, PE2 5XS
(01733) 370877
Clergy: Fr Jeffrey Downie, St Luke's Presbytery, 14 Sellers Grange,Orton Goldhay PE2 5XX

saintlukesparish@yahoo.co.uk website: www.saintlukesparish.org.uk

Masses:(Sun first Mass) Saturday evening 6.pm, Sun 11.am.
Holy Days: 10.am., 7.30 pm.
Sacrament of Penance: Sat 5 pm.or by appointment with Fr Jeffrey.
Also serves: Sawtry -Mass: Sun 9.15 am, Womens Institute Hall, Gidding Rd.

Parish of The Sacred Heart and St Oswalds. 933 Lincoln Rd Walton, PE4 6AE
(01733) 322750
Clergy: Rev Tom Walton
The Presbytery, 933 Lincoln Rd Walton, PE4 6AE

parish@sh-so.org website: www.sh-so.org

Masses:Sun first Mass, Saturday 6 pm. Sun 10 am. 12 noon (Sacred Heart School, Bretton).
Holy Days -for details contact Fr Tom
Sacrament of Penance: At St Oswald's Sat 10.00 am
School: Sacred Heart Junior & Infant, Tollgate, Bretton, PE3 6XD (01733) 262449
Hospitals:Edith Cavell Hospital: Mass Thurs 11.30 am.; Fitzwilliam Hospital; Wentworth Croft Nursing Home
extra info:Working Sisters of the Holy House of Nazareth

Parish of St Jude the Apostle, Station Rd, Whittlesey
(01733) 203411
Clergy: Rev. Antony Slack IC.

Masses: Sun 10.30 am.
Holy Days: anticipatory: 7.30; 10.00 am.
Sacrament of Penance: after weekday masses.
extra info: Aliwal Manor Old People's Home ;Royal British Legion;
Elms Nursing home;St Mary's House.

The Sacred Heart of Jesus, 37 Newtown Rd,Ramsey PE17 1EQ
(01733 203411)
Clergy: Served from Whittlesey.

Masses:Sun 9am
Holy days: 7 30 pm
Sacrament of Penance: Sun 8.30am
extra info:Marex nursing Home, Pondersbridge; Manor House Nursing Home, Upwood;Red House Nursing Home

Our Lady of Good Counsel & St Peter, St John's Rd, March, Cambs
(01354) 653268
Clergy: Fr.Paul Maddison (Parish Priest), Rev Martin Wells (deacon)
The Presbytery 8 St John's Rd PE15 8RJ

website: www.catholicchurchmarch.co.uk

Masses: Sun 9.15 am
Holy days: 10.00 am
Sacrament of Penance: Sats 5.30pm and by request.
extra info: Franciscan Missionaries of Mary, Assisi Convent, 11 Princes Walk, March, PE15 8AH, (01354) 652266;Fax 01354 650783)(01354)
School: All Saints Inter-Church Primary School, County Rd, March Cambs PE1 8ND (01354) 659000. Fax: (01354)658770

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Parish Social Evening

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Tickets are on sale after all Masses and from the Parish Office,for the St Peter & All Souls with the Community of Our Lady of Lourdes, Parish Social Evening at the Fleet, Old Fletton, Peterborough, Friday16 November 2018.

There will be live music, finger buffet, bar and raffle. Tickets £10 per person. Please see poster on the Church Notice Board for further information. If you can volunteer to sell tickets after mass, please contact the parish office. This would be much appreciated.
 

Newsletter for this week

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Newsletter for 14th October (pdf)

 

Confirmation classes

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start on Thursday 4th October, at 7.30pm in the parish centre. latest date to enrol is 14th October.

 

Children's Youth Choir

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The Children's Choir has started rehearsals on Saturday evenings at 4.45 pm, prior to the 6 pm Mass. The choir is intending to build on its previous success when it sang in a number of churches in East Anglia and cathedrals in Norwich and Westminster. Jeremy Jepson, the new choirmaster, is an experienced choirmaster and is keen to develop the childrens' repertoire.... Currently there has been a disappointing response to the call for new members so if you are interested then please contact Julia Heppell on Julia.heppell1@btinternet .com.

 

Congratulations

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To St John Fisher School who attained excellent A Level results-with 99% pass rate with 60% of results being B Grade or above. Well done to all staff and students involved.

 

Peterborough Light Project for the homeless Winter 2018

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Peterborough Light Project will be opening their doors every evening at various churches around the city for homeless people to have a bed and a hot meal from November for 20 weeks. They will be looking for volunteers to help cook an evening meal or serve or just be welcomers or helpers in a variety of roles. You don’t need to volunteer for every night nor even for once a week. Please look out for more information if you would like to help. www.lightprojectpeterborough.org.uk

 

foodbank
Urgent appeal for donations to Foodbank – anything other than baked beans and pasta. Please bring to the Church so that the warehouse can be restocked. Thank you.






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