The Roman Catholic Parish of

Our Lady Queen of Apostles (Cheddar)

30th Sunday in Ordinary Time
Year B
24th October 2021

"What marvels the Lord worked for us!
Indeed we were glad"

Mass Times
Day Time Place Intention
6.00pm Wells In Thanksgiving (Tony & Kay Fry)
6.00pm Glastonbury Brian Bennett RIP
9.00am Cheddar William (Billy) York RIP
9.00am Shepton Mallet Intentions of Veronica & George Holloway
11.00am Wells Pro populo
11.00am Glastonbury Antonio (Tony) Congiu RIP
11.00am Cheddar (Fr Wally)   
10.00am Glastonbury Brian Bennett RIP
5.00pm Cheddar (Fr Wally)  
10.00am Shepton Margaret Creegan RIP
5.00pm Cheddar (Fr Wally)  
10.00am Wells Anthony Squire RIP
5.00pm Cheddar (Fr Wally)  
5.00pm Cheddar (Fr Wally)  
10.00am Wells Kathleen Queenan RIP
5.00pm Cheddar (Fr Wally)  


10.00am Glastonbury Brian Scannell RIP
10.00am Cheddar (Fr Wally)  
6.00pm Wells Anne Lyons RIP
6.00pm Glastonbury Elizabeth Haydn RIP


Glastonbury - Saturday  5.15pm-5.45pm
Shepton - before Sunday Mass and on request
Cheddar - on request
Wells - before the Vigil Mass


What can we do about Climate Change?

On Saturday 23rd October at 11am at Clifton Cathedral, there will be a Clifton Climate Liturgy. Bishop Declan is inviting you all as the community of Clifton Diocese to join him in celebrating God's creation. Each one of us has talents to bring to the care of our common home, whether beginning our journey or if we have been working for climate justice for some time. Come and meet others to find out what you can do and to share ideas and experiences, share in the challenge to do something about Climate Change, and bring families and friends - all are welcome!



This Sunday (30th October) is World Mission Sunday. Your support helps missionaries to work alongside communities who live in situations of poverty, violence and oppression. There are donation envelopes at the back of Church, or you can visit: the MISSIO website if you would prefer to make a donation online or set up a Direct Debit.


A message from CAFOD

Thank you for supporting our Climate Crisis Appeal for our recent Family Fast Day. Every donation helps us in our work and is gratefully received. See their website for more details.


St Joseph and St Teresa's Catholic Primary School

The school's governing body invite you to participate in a formal consultation process by completing an online questionnaire. A hardcopy version of the questionnaire can be made available upon request at the school office. Also see the parish website.

The school is also seeking a Clerk to the Board of Governors. The clerk's job is to work with the chair, other governors and headteacher, in dealing with administrative matters for the board and advising on procedural issues of governance and the board's statutory duties. Central to the role is preparing for, taking notes at and producing minutes for meetings. Good keyboard skills and the ability to write agendas and produce accurate concise minutes are essential. Integrity and the ability to maintain confidentiality are essential. New clerks receive advice, support and training. The post will initially involve 10-12 hours work for each meeting and, typically, there will be five meetings each term. The post is Grade 13. Further information and an application form can be obtained by contacting:



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