Pope reflects on the Passion of Our Lord
Divine Mercy Sunday—28 April from 4.30pm at Bishop Eton
The Service will include: Blessing and Veneration of the Divine Mercy image; Rosary; Divine Mercy Chaplets and private adoration. Parish Mass at 6.00pm.
Four ways to Prepare for Holy week
Pathways to God (/www.pathwaystogod.org) is a website from Jesuit ministries, they have suggested a number of resources for Holy Week
Praying with the readings of Holy Week Click here
A journey through Holy Week Click here
Women of the cross Click here (focusing on the women who accompanied Jesus leading up to the passion)
The Passion according to St Luke click here
For more of their Lenten resources click here
From the Women's Group Team 5 April 2019
Updated 12th April 2019, the date of the Fizz and a Quiz event has changed to the 12th July
St Mary’s and Bishop Eton Women’s Group
5 April 2019
Well, Spring is official! I do hope I was the only one who did not change the clock.
Many thanks to those of you who have made suggestions for our Tuesday Lunch-time sessions. I am really grateful because much of the time my brain hurts.
The team will get on to following up your suggestions/requests. Please keep the ideas rolling in.
The Planned Programme - so far!
Friday 26 April 2019
After a very interesting and successful talk about the beginning of Liverpool University and their early inclusion of women in their educational programmes our speaker, Martin Strauss, has very kindly offered to give us a guided tour of the Victoria Building and gallery.
Meet at the Victoria Gallery at 10.30 which gives you the opportunity to use your seniors travel pass.
I am reliably informed that there is a very good café for lunch.
There is no charge for this event
Lunchtime Session - Tuesday 30 April 2019 - 12.30 FMH
Where There’s a Will
We are very fortunate to have Ann Forrester and Anna Salisbury to speak to us on this important topic which some of us try to avoid thinking about.
Ann Forester is a member of the Probate Team at Jackson Lees.
She will speak about
:• Why make a will?
• Lasting Power of Attorney - What are they? Why do we need them?
• What is severing a joint tenancy? Why would it be needed?
Ann promises the talk will be light and informal with a Question and Answer session.
I am reliably informed that Ann will bring along some of her delicious homemade cakes and biscuits.
Both Ann and Anna are anxious to stress that this is a community service they are offering and are not looking for new business.
Please bring a packed lunch. Tea and coffee will be provided. Payment envelopes for the Llangollen trip (see below) will be available.
Lunchtime Session - Tuesday 21 May 2019 - 12.30 FMH
Speaker to be announced.This has been brought forward by a week to avoid half-term.
Please bring a packed lunch. Tea and coffee will be provided.
Llangollen Trip - Tuesday 4 June 2018
Tuesday is Market Day so we intend to arrive mid to late morning to give you some time for market research. In the afternoon there will be a canal trip on a horse drawn barge with a Welsh Cream Tea.
The cost will be approximately £27 - this to be confirmed.
Payment envelopes available at earlier events. Names and event to be clearly marked, please.
Friday July 2019 - Fizz and a Quiz - Liverpool Hope Rose Garden
After last year’s most enjoyable event we decided to do it again.
The Fizz and a Quiz to be followed by a shared buffet in the Fisher More Hall.
This will be our breaking up for the summer holidays event
Thursday 12 September - coach visit to Llandudno
This is a coach only event - the rest is up to you.
Cost to be confirmed.
As ever, envelopes will be provided
Friday 27 September - Macmillan Coffee morning
More information to follow
Are there any events you would like to see in our programme?
Change in e-mail address
“Could you knit/crochet a blanket for a sick person you may never meet?
The idea is that before you start knitting/ crocheting the blanket, or, as you make the blanket (either by yourself, or as part of e.g. a knit and natter group), you pray for the sick person who will eventually receive the blanket.
Specification: 60cm x 60cm, any colours, any wools. Blankets are given to each patient at Marie Curie by the chaplain.
For full details click here
Please bring any completed blankets to the monastery reception
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