The Roman Catholic Parish of

Our Lady Queen of Apostles (Cheddar)


CHEDDAR NEWS
 

Today is World Mission Sunday when the Holy Father invites all Catholics to support MISSIO, his charity for World Missions. Your support helps missionaries work alongside communities who are poor or in need, regardless of their background or belief, to share in the love of Christ. Please pray for the mission of the Church throughout the World. As there will be no second collection today, donations can be made either by calling 020 7821 9755 during office hours or by visiting MISSIO's website.

Because of building works, there will be no weekday Masses at Cheddar. The Sunday Masses will continue, at 9.00am and 11.00am - from next week both in the Church. Classroom Masses have now ceased.

Track and Trace: We keep the forms for 21 days then destroy them. This is not obligatory, but it will help should anyone fall ill. The QR codes (which are displayed in some parishes) are for the NHS App, and not our own track and trace.

Could you be a School Governor? The Diocese is seeking to recruit people to serve on the school governing body of St Joseph and St Teresa's Catholic Primary School. If you think you could serve as a Foundation Governor at St Joseph and St Teresa's Catholic Primary School, then please email Bill McEntee or phone 07710 094976 for more information - he would be delighted to hear from you.

Parish School: Ss Joseph & Teresa in Wells is the Catholic school with the catchment area of all four of the parishes. There is information on noticeboards, and there are handouts about the school - please ask Dom Bede or Dom Anselm and we will give you a copy.

If you wish to set up an electronic means for giving your collection, please contact: treasurer.ourlady.cheddar@cliftondicoese.com


You can also donate to the parish using Paypal or a debit or credit card by clicking the button below:-

Keeping in touch: A note to say that we have a weekly keeping in touch email. If you would like to receive it to email mail@steveandannep.co.uk.

Cheddar Valley Food Bank: Many people are suffering hardship through loss of livelihoods due to the Coronavirus, and more and more demands are being made on Food Banks. It is possible to make direct cash donations - information on how to do this can be found on their website. Alternatively, you can send a cheque made payable to Cheddar Valley Food Bank addressed to Cheddar Valley Food Bank, Cheddar Valley Community Church, The Oasis, Tweentown, Cheddar BS27 3JB. If you are a tax payer and wish your donation to be Gift Aided, please endorse the back of the cheque with 'I declare that I am a UK taxpayer' adding your signature and date.

 

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