Our Bulletins will be uploaded here in the coming weeks.
200 Club If you currently subscribe to the parish's 200 club or would like to, please see the attached letter from Chris and Kiernan Cunningham:
While the general advice is not to panic, discretionary precautions are prudent. Following regular updates from the government, and from the Bishops’ Conference, we can expect increased measures for our protection & for that of society at large. We can only take one day at a time and pray for protection.
Resources to help during this time can be found below;
Alcester Community Resilience Group on Facebook
Studley Isolation Support and Volunteer Group on Facebook
NHS Coventry and Warwickshire Covid-19 family wellbeing pack NHS South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust
A guide to living with worry and anxiety amidst global uncertainty Copyright © 2020 Psychology Tools Limited
Update on Progress to Renovate and Extend the Parish Hall
The parish is in the final stages of commissioning the renovation and extension works at the parish hall. Work is expected to begin in the next few weeks.
Regular or Ad-Hoc Donations & Gift Aid
If you are able to support the parish financially in the coming weeks and months, there are a number of options by which you can do this...
The most efficient way of doing so is by setting up either a standing order or making ad-hoc payments from your bank account into the parish account.
If you are willing to do this, please send an e-mail to email@example.com and we will send you further details as to how to set this up.
Alternatively, you can either put a cash or cheque donation in a clearly marked envelope through the presbytery letterbox, or post donations (cheques only please) to the parish address found at the bottom of this page.
If you are an existing Gift-Aid Donor or wish to become a new Gift-Aid Donor please provide your Full Name, Address and Postcode on the envelope.
Words of Wisdom
“In all your trials, arm yourself with faith, confidence in God, and deep humility of heart. Fear nothing.” St Paul of the Cross