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Thanks to the Parishioners who have already signed up, the Peter Trust has now received donations from the retailers they used to make their purchases._ There are over 3,000 shops and sites ready to make a donation, including Amazon, John Lewis, Aviva, thetrainline and Sainsbury's - It really is Easy! Head to https:// and join as a supporter of The Peter Trust for free. Every time you shop online, go to easyfundraising first to find the site you want and start shopping. After you've made your purchase, that retailer will make a donation to the Peter Trust for no extra cost to you whatsoever!
How do I express my gratitude for God's abundance in creation and in my own life?
There was a request to have further Retreat Days for the parish, so let's look to 2018! The Window at the Church of the Assumption of Our Lady is a symbolic depiction of her under the title of 'Our Lady Star of the Sea' - but the 'Sea' is the 'surge of life' as expressed in the Hymn below.
There are no catches or hidden charges and The Peter Trust will be really grateful for your donations. Holy Name Scout Group joined with Scouts from the district to celebrate St. Margarets church and parade from the Church through Horsforth Town Street.
The service had an unusual depiction of good and evil when characters from the Star Wars films arrived in the church!
Fr Marc Homsey and Fr Peter Kravos were able to join Fr Pat and Fr Phil for a very joyful mass and a celebration glass and piece of cake afterwards, in the newly refurbished Assumption hall.
Rose - OLK parishioner (St Mary's) Received the award as Yorkshire Woman of the Year for her work for Refugees and Asylum Seekers on Friday May 12th.May the new Window evoke such prayers in the hearts of all who look upon it.When the window has been paid for it will be blessed and a plaque fitted beneath with these - and maybe some additional words to be decided nearer the time.St Mary's Ladies Group conducted a book swap at their monthly meeting on 8th March having brought approximately 70 books on the evening by the 15 members present.The photograph shows only about half the books with some of the members.