Welcome to our Parish Website
Parish Priest - Fr Chris McGuinness
Telephone: 01753 578328
Due to the Coronavirus
our Church is currently closed
We are monitoring the situation locally and are pleased to see that cases of the virus are continuing to go down
With the steady drop in cases and following the new Government guidelines we have decided to re-open our Church for Sunday Masses
21st March 2021
We look forward to welcoming you back and celebrating Mass together
Please keep checking our website for updates
It's hard to believe that Lent is almost here, and the pandemic is still raging. Some days it's hard to be motivated. But just as the snowdrops are flowering and the signs of spring are emerging, so the coming of Ash Wednesday reminds us of the hope we have in our Saviour. What will your Lent look like this year? So much has been revealed about our lives over the past year - what do you want to change? Whether you want to take up a daily prayer habit, delve into Scripture or plan activities with your family, check out the Lent resources from Northampton. There's something for everyone.
A time of Spiritual Preparation
This Ash Wednesday...
Pathways of Prayer re-launches
If you've ever wanted to pray more regularly but don’t know
how to start, or wanted to explore some different ways to pray,
this six week course from the Pastoral Ministry Office could be
the perfect resource for you this Lent. A series of short videos, reflections and activities, over the six weeks you'll explore what
prayer is, figure out how to make prayer central to your life, and
try out a whole series of ways of praying. You can do it on your
own, with a group of friends or parishioners, or join the diocesan
group online on Monday evenings.
A taster from the course:
Bishop David encourages us to nurture our prayer life this Lent.
This Lent, CAFOD is inviting everyone to join the 40 day challenge to Walk for Water and get sponsored (or sponsor others) so that people like Abdella from Ethiopia, who has to walk 10hrs each day to collect water, wouldn’t have to.