CTMH Update 19.9.18
Thank you to all who supported the congregation at Dovedale this past week. Dovedale has been consistently active in Churches Together in Mossley Hill. The closing service on Sunday afternoon was a moving tribute to the congregation and a celebration of the 112 years of the church’s ministry and mission. The service was well attended including representatives from many of our local churches.
St Mary's Parish Pilgrimage on 28 OCTOBER -2 NOVEMBER 2019: still has a couple of places available. If you would like to go, please contact Ann O’Neill at the parish office for a booking form.
Fr Michael's Paintings
Recently Fr Michael sold some of his paintings for Project Zimbabwe. He would like to continue to do this, and the pictures still left to purchase along with others that he completes will be posted on a dedicated page on the website, please click here. f you would like to buy a painting, or would like to see the original before deciding, please contact Fr Michael at the monastery: 0151 722 1108
To keep the parish appraised with the progress of the Resettlement Scheme, a monthly newsletter will be produced. Click on the link(s) below to access the newsletter you are interested in
SEPTEMBER 2018 - Updates on the house and the Home Office Application
JUNE/JULY 2018 - Updates on the Home Office Application, the search for a house and fundraising.
May 2018 - BE Alive article from the Education and Welcome Teams.
MARCH 2018: The main focus this month is the activity of the Fundraising Team.
St Mary’s and Bishop Eton Women’s Group
From the Women's Group committee
Well, here we go again! Would you believe this is the beginning of our fourth year (school calendar years), thanks to you for your continuing interest and support.
I am giving you an overview of what is planned so far from September 2018 to December 2018. As ever, more information will follow as the months roll on.
Wednesday 5 September
Last day for paying for theatre ticket
Tuesday 25 September - Lunchtime session
We are delighted to welcome back Marie Passey. Many of you will remember Marie’s fascinating talk on the history of Rodney Street.
This time Marie, who is a Blue Badge guide, will speak about Duke Street.
Friday 28 September
We will be supporting the Macmillan Coffee Morning event in the Fisher-More Hall. More details (and cajoling will follow).
Friday 5 October
We will be holding a Fish & Chip supper which will include a demonstration of working with chocolate and a cabaret. All this for £10 per head.
Tickets will be available from the beginning of September. This will take place at St Mary’s Parish Centre.
Tuesday 9 October
We are joining with the Street Child Africa group for a lunch. This will be held in the Fisher-More Hall and more details will follow soon.
Tuesday 9 October - Theatre visit
Cath has been able to secure a small number of theatre tickets for a musical based on Helen Forrester’s novels.
At this stage 8 tickets at £18 remain available. If you wish to go to this production or have already reserved a ticket please leave an envelope with the ticket money, your name and the event at the Monastery by Wednesday 5 September 2018.
Sunday 14 October
For information. One World Lunch. Cath will provide details in the near future.
Tuesday 30 October
Lunchtime session. Janet Hollinshead, member of the history department at Liverpool Hope University, will share her research into the Bishop Eton War Memorial. I am told that there are one or two pieces of information missing, so if you have any information to share I am sure Janet will be happy for you to share them with the group.
Friday 23 November - Visit to Chatsworth House. More details will follow.
Tuesday 27 November
Lunchtime session. Our visiting speaker will be Heather Neilsen who will speak about a charity called Homeshare. More information will follow.
After last year’s very successful appeal for the Homeless Mission and your outstanding support we have decided to offer our support again this year. Early notice means you can involve other family members and neighbours. Ever hopeful!
Tuesday 4 December
Christmas Castaway. If you were stranded on that famous desert island which pieces of music would you choose and why? Kathy Bamber will talk to two guests and ask these questions.
Friday 7 December
Coach visit to Bents Garden Centre. Details will follow
Tuesday 18 December - Lunchtime session.
Speaker to be announced
CTMH update 22.8.18
Please note the events at St Barnabas this weekend, the Pax Christi day of prayer and reflection, the Walking group Visit to Penny Lane Mosque and the Open days over the weekend of the 15th September.
May we particularly hold the deacons and congregation at Dovedale Baptist in our prayers.
Saturday 25th August
Beatles and local History Exhibition – St Barnabas 11 am – 4 pm
Pop in and enjoy the Beatles and local History displays, refreshments available.
Monday 27th August
Concert – St Barnabas 2pm-5pm
Tuesday 28th Aug
CREDIT UNION and RIVERSIDE’S FLOATING SUPPORT
Every Tuesday at St Barnabas 10.30am - Noon
St Barnabas Church host a Lodge Lane Credit Union drop-in service in church. A full range of Credit Union services is available.
Also, Liverpool City Council has commissioned a drop-in support service, which is run by the Riverside Housing Floating Support Team and promotes the well-being and independence of vulnerable people in Liverpool. Advice on matters such as, budgeting, debt management, accessing benefits and finding/sustaining accommodation is available.
Tea and coffee is available between 10.30am and noon.
Saturday September 1st
'Blessed are the peacemakers.' Day of prayer and reflection
Cenacle Retreat House 10 am – 4 pm
Led by Fr Gerry McFlynn of Pax Christi. at Cenacle Retreat House Tithebarn Grove off Lance lane. Liverpool 15 6TW. Cost £10.(Subsidies available.)
Monday September 10th
CTMH SOCIAL WALKING GROUP
Penny Lane Mosque and Docker’s Steps
We begin with tour of the mosque and talk by the Mosque chairman and his wife. We will then walk to Sefton Park Aviary Café for our own sandwiches. From there, a walk to St Michaels Station for a train to Brunswick Station, and then a walk to the development at the old Herculaneum Docks, where there are the Dockers Steps and a mural showing events in Liverpool's history at the old Herculaneum Dock. Finishing with a walk back to St. Michaels Station.
Meet: outside TriBeCa on Smithdown Rd, ready to move off at just before 10.00 am (the mosque is just round the corner on Cramond Ave – former Co-op).
Grading: easy and flat (unless you choose to run up and down the 65 Dockers Steps) and mostly tarmac. About 4 miles.
Dress Code: A note about the dress code at the Mosque. We will be required to remove our shoes at the Mosque but women visitors do not have to cover their heads.
Bring: Travel Pass, Saveaway or Walrus Card, packed lunch, suitable clothing, and a mobile phone.
Sorry, no dogs. Safety note : Those taking part must be responsible for their own safety as the Walking Group is informal and does not have insurance cover. A mobile phone must be brought, or shared with a partner.
Thursday 13th September – Sunday 16th
National Heritage Open Days – All Hallows
All Hallows is a Grade 1 listed building with a unique collection of Edward Burne-Jones windows. Visitors can view the church building and displays of the church groups. Visitors will receive a warm welcome from members of the church community, there are walk around guides available and a children's trail and quiz.
Light refreshments are available. Open Hours are:-
Thursday 13/9/2018 10.00 - 16.30
Friday 14/9/2018 10.00 - 16.30
Saturday 15/9/2018 10.00 - 16.30
Sunday 16/9/2018 12.00 - 16.00
Location: All Hallows Church, 1 Greenhill Rd, Liverpool, L18 6JJ
Saturday September 15th
Afternoon Tea – All Hallows 2pm-4pm
This is part of the Open Days (see details above) and is in aid of The Children's Society.
National Heritage Open Day – Mossley Hill Parish Church 10am-4pm
Come along and see how the church has changed with our reordering and find out more about our history and heritage. Coffee, tea, cake and light lunches will be available.
National Heritage Open Weekend – Dovedale Baptist Church
All are invited to see this Grade 2 Listed Church: The Church will be open Saturday 10 am – 4 pm and Sunday 10.30am – 3.00pm.
Table Sale – St Barnabas 1.00pm – 4.00pm
Tables are £10 each. To book a table(s) please contact David Dundas on 07761714290.
Sunday September 16th
Service of Celebration - Dovedale Baptist Church 3.30pm
As previously announced Dovedale Baptist is closing in September. Friends from our local churches are especially welcome to join the congregation in a special service on Sun 16th Sept at 3.30pm to celebrate and give thanks for the work of the church over the 112 years since it was founded.
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- Project Zimbabwe meal
- One World Group Fundraiser meal
- St John Vianney - Parish Club event
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- Animate… Inspiring Life and Soul
- Asylum Link Fundraiser
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- Women's Weekend 2018
- Come and See October 2018
- RYM - Autumn schdule
- Women's Group Newsletter August 2018
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- The Experiences of the Romanian Roma Community and its Holocaust. 2.8.18
- Dementia friendly Sing a long last Fri of the month at St Mary's
- Archdiocesan Training 2018
- St Mary's Kinnoull 2018