• Day of prayer & reflection on ‘The Beatitudes’

    led by Tony Hickey to be held at St Joseph’s Home on Saturday, October 1 - starting at 9.30am with Mass and finishing at 4.30pm with Benediction. FFI see poster in the narthex.

  • 26th Sunday in ORDINARY TIME (Year A)

    25th September 2011

  • Ministers of Holy Communion

    we have 2 additional housebound who would like Holy Communion on a weekly basis. If you can help please see Canon Bernard

  • The Diary of God

    is a wonderful opportunity to have the richness of the scriptures opened up for us. John Huntriss will, over eight sessions, invite us to familiarise ourselves once again with the Scriptures and explore the rich treasures that are contained within the Bible. 

    “Through deepening our understanding of the Word of God, we come to a richer appreciation of the God who seeks to enter into our lives and into relationship with us. To know his Word is to know him - to know him is to know something about who we are as made in his image and likeness”.

  • T.N.T

    young adult social group: For young adults in the Bristol area, the Twenties and Thirties(ish) young adult group meets for spiritual and social events e.g. pub nights, meals, the cinema and prayer meetings. If you'd like more info please email TNTClifton@gmail.com

  • Coffee Morning

    with Bring and Buy at St Joseph’s Home, 66 Cotham Hill, on 10 September at 10.30 am - Fundraising Event in aid of the Little Sisters of the Poor.

  • Photographs please

    Would parents of our 1st Holy Communion children please be kind enough to email Canon Bernard a photograph of their child and family from the actual day so that we can put up a display in church. Thank you

  • Prayers

    The sick:
    Brid Carmody, Rosemary Croom- Johnson, Pedro Da Cunha, Marie Griffiths, Teresa Gummett, Theresa Healy, Mary Hingston, Sue Hitchins, Josie Holland, Michael Kenny, Dorrit and Ronald Leeming, Elizabeth McBean, Patsy McCarthy, Geanette Martin, Claire Mason, Terry Moss, Mary Murphy, Gillian Nicholson, Dorothy Placito, Iris Torpy, Pat Regini, Karen Reilly, Trudy Rodgers, Jackie Ross, Mary Shepherd, Gillian Swain, Jim Swain, Patricia Tester, Mary Uden, Christine Verne, Anthony Watson, and Margaret Abeden Zadeh.

  • The Clergy Revue

    (in aid of CAFOD) at the Colston Hall on Friday 30 September at 7.30pm. The tickets are now available for distribution and can be collected after Mass this weekend. The coach has been organised to leave at 6.30pm on Friday 30 September. Please pay for the tickets (£10 each) when you collect them and for the coach journey (£5 each) on the coach. If you are not able to collect the tickets after Mass, please ring David Gabriel on 0117 962 0345 and he will arrange for you to get them.

  • Gospel Generation Community Choir

    is for absolutely anyone! There are no auditions and you don’t need to be able to read music. There are three choirs in the GGCC family, one meets in Westbury Park on Tuesday evenings another in Shirehampton on Wednesday evenings and the other in Easton on Thursday mornings. All rehearse once a week for nine weeks then perform all we’ve learned in three concerts. So if you enjoy singing and like meeting new people and a little movement(!) then do please come along - we’d love to see you! Please see the poster in the porch for details of dates and venues.

  • Finance & Rotas

    Offertory 14 August £932.52 including standing orders. Thank you for your generosity.

    Pat Parry, Bernard and Christine Menzies.

    This week Team 1.

  • 25th Sunday in ORDINARY TIME (Year A)

    18th September 2011