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CTMH Bulletin 20.9.17

The Friday Fellowship at All Hallows has now restarted.

THIS WEEK

 Friday 22nd September

Friday Fellowship – All Hallows Church 10.00am - Noon

Join us for refreshments, jigsaws, board games.  All welcome, just turn up, or for more information ring Nicola Milford 724 1561

World Alzheimer's Day is held on September 21st each year, it is a day on which Alzheimer's organizations around the world concentrate their efforts on raising awareness about Alzheimer's and dementia

Please visit  https://www.alzheimers.org.uk/ for more information The Alzheimer's societyt have thier own youtube account with many videos on dementia. Please click here to access them.

Time to forget from the Alzheimer's Society

The Bookcase Analogy

The Bible Study Group restarts on Monday 18th September at 2pm in the Hughes meeting room

St Julie’sCongratulations to Mr Tim Alderman and all the staff and students as the new buildings open tomorrow. The chapel was blessed by Archbishop Malcolm on Friday.

BE Alive: This month’s edition is available this weekend. Our thanks for St Julie’s for still managing to print it for us in the midst of preparation for the students starting in their new school building tomorrow. Cick here for an electronic version.

Work in the church: Unfortunately progress has been delayed because some unexpected snags have occurred and we are awaiting professional advice on how best to proceed.

Parish Pastoral Group. The next core group meeting will take place on Wednesday 20 September at 8.00pm. Any items for the agenda parishioners would like discussed should be emailed to the parish office by Tuesday please.   

ACN—Rachel Buckley will be at masses on 23/24 September to talk about Aid to the Church in Need, with items to buy at the end of each Mass.

Bishop Eton School will be holding a meeting for all  prospective parents/carersapplying to school for a Reception place in September 2018, on 10 October 4.00pm - 5.00pm in the school hall.

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RYM Dates for your diary

26th Sept - Meeting in Fisher More Hall

Come along to a meeting of young Catholic adults in Liverpool. We'll be having a talk about living out our Catholic faith with a special guest speaker! Lots of time for getting to know each other, praying together, and afterwards some social time (maybe at the pub?)

10th Oct - Mass and Social

A very special Mass - our first with our new group leaders. We'll meet at church at 7.30pm and pray together, and Mass will begin at 7:45 prompt. 

We will then have refreshments - either in the hall, or we'll go out for a meal

28th Oct - Retreat Day at Pantasaph

18-40 year olds (or thereabouts!) are welcome to join us for a quiet retreat day in the beautiful north Welsh countryside, just one hour's drive from Bishop Eton. We will be able to pray together, spend time in silence, go to Mass, have lunch and get to know each other a bit more. 

We will be attending the vigil Mass at 4pm. Confessions available at 11.30, and we'll have lunch in the cafe on site together around 12:30. 

The theme of the retreat is surrender to God. 

The day is free of charge - just bring money for lunch, petrol contributions and donation for the collection at Mass! However, we will need to know numbers as soon as possible, to ensure we've got enough car space for everyone, so if you're interested let us know. We'll be departing from Bishop Eton at 10am, and if you can offer space in your car, or will require a lift from someone else, please let us know.

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The Home Mission Office exists to help the Church throughout England and Wales to share the joy of the Gospel. It can seem daunting to share such a personal part of our lives as our faith in Jesus Christ. However, we can pray that the people we carry in our hearts will encounter him for themselves. Prayer cards and prayer maps for families are available from  www.homemission.org.uk. If you would like to pray for the spread of the Good News on a regular basis, please sign up to our newsletter via www.homemission.org.uk

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