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ST ERCONWALD'S

CATHOLIC CHURCH

WEMBLEY

Year of the Word





Parish Newsletter


Newsletter for Sunday 23 June 2024

















We hope that you will find the site a useful resource containing information on all aspects of our parish life and community and we welcome views. Check out our Weekly News page to find out what's happening in the parish. We encourage you to provide us with your own ideas so that we can be certain that we're meeting the needs of the community.

We love to welcome new parishioners into our Church, and hope that you would make yourself known to us if attending Mass at St. Erconwald’s Church

THE PARISH SUPPORTS


CAFOD

https://cafod.org.uk/

Laurence’s Larder” [Christ Church, Brondesbury NW6]

Laurence’s Larder provides a warm welcome and fresh food for those who struggle to make ends meet in the community and beyond. For more information see https://www.laurenceslarder.org.uk/ You can leave your donations in the box by the Lady Chapel when you come to Church.

Caritas Westminster

https://www.caritaswestminster.org.uk/

The Passage

https://passage.org.uk/

Missio (Association for the Propagation of the Faith) supporting our Missions: please pray and donate via https://missio.org.uk/donate/





For further readings and meditations see

https://universalis.com/mass.htm

See also the Jesuits'

Sacred Space Daily Prayer Site

WELCOME

to the website of

ST  ERCONWALD'S  ROMAN  CATHOLIC  CHURCH

112 Carlton Avenue East, Middlesex HA9 8NB

Tel.: 020 8904 6031


Email: wembley3@rcdow.org.uk

Streaming: https://www.churchservices.tv/wembley3


Microsite: https://parish.rcdow.org.uk/wembleyprestonroad/sterconwald


Parish Priest: Fr Anthony Psaila

THIS WEEK'S READINGS


View The Statistics
Number of visitors to this site up to  21 June 2024

Pope Francis Prayer Intentions for June 2024


Pope’s Prayer Intention: For those fleeing their own countries

Let us pray that migrants fleeing from war or hunger, forced to undertake journeys fraught with danger and violence, may find welcome and new living opportunities in their host.

 

Go to Pope’s Worldwide Network of Prayer website


You can also access and download the Newsletter from the Church microsite at

https://parish.rcdow.org.uk/wembleyprestonroad/sterconwald

LIVE STREAMING OF MASS

Mass will be at 09:30 am Monday to Friday [except Thursday], Saturday 05.30pm and Sunday10.00 & 11:30am
All Masses are live streamed. The Sunday Masses are also recorded

https://www.churchservices.tv/wembley3



MASS INTENTIONS

If you would like a Mass offered for a specific intention please book this via email to: wembley3@rcdow.org.uk giving the name for whom Mass is intended; reason [RIP, Intention, other]; Name of person requesting and contact number. Mass offerings can be made through: https://parish.rcdow.org.uk/wembleyprestonroad/donate/ [suggested donation £10.00]. Or leave in an envelope in the box provided whenyou come to Church..


COMING TO MASS: COVID-19 SAFE ENVIRONMENT

Please do NOT attend Mass if you are unwell or have any Covid symptoms]

As we have many vulnerable parishioners we ask that you

continue to sanistise your hands when you come to Church.

Your cooperation will be greatly appreciated.


DONATIONS AND COLLECTION OF MONEY


GIVING BY STANDING ORDER IS THE PREFERRED METHOD


Offertory Envelopes and other donations can be placed in the Collection Box at the entrance or of the exit of the Church.


Make a donation via our website:

https://parish.rcdow.org.uk/wembleyprestonroad/donate/


Via Dona [the company who supply our card readers].

https://portal.mydona.com/assets/webPay/index.php?cid=268


CONTACTLESS DONATIONS

Donations, Mass Intentions and Repository payments can also be made via the card readers in Church

[If you are a tax payer, please Gift Aid your donation]


THANK YOU FOR YOUR CONTINUED SUPPORT





The Diocese of Westminster Privacy Policy


Everyone has rights with regard to how their Personal Data is handled by organisations. The Diocese is committed to ensuring that Personal Data is properly and securely managed in accordance with the relevant data protection laws, and believes this is an important part of achieving trust and confidence between the Diocese and those with whom it interacts. Please see the Diocese’s Privacy Notice at:

https://rcdow.org.uk/diocese/privacy-policy/


FOR PEACE AMONG THE NATIONS That God would inspire light to shine on all parts of the world that know the darkness of division and war, especially in Ukraine, Israel-Gaza and the many conflicts that are forgotten but still persist.


THE PARADOX OF ABUNDANCE  Over 800 million people go hungry each day. Yet the world produces over 4 billion tonnes of food and we only need 3.7 billion tonnes to feed everyone. From all this food produced, a third is wasted. As Pope Francis said, "Each of us has a role to play in transforming food systems for the benefit of people and the planet." Let’s respond to his call! CAFOD’s new campaign is called Fix the Food System. Please visit: www.cafod.org.uk/food for more information.



REPOSITORY

Contact Elizabeth Patten

Open before and after Masses, also by appointment – please phone Church Office or email to arrange appointment. We carry a good stock of Bibles, candles, statues, Rosary Beads, medals, prayer books and a fabulous selection of cards for every occasion. RIP Mass Cards, Sympathy, Birthdays, Anniversary, Ordination and Ordination Anniversaries, Baptism, Communion and Confirmation, plus many more. If you do not see something on display, please ask a Repository Helper for assistance.


Notice re Autumn Mass Times from 11th September 2023

Starting weekend 16/17th September Mass times will be as follows:

Saturday, Vigil Mass at 5.30pm. Sunday Mass at 10.00am and 11:30am


From Monday 11th September the weekday Masses will be at 09:30am.



GENERAL ELECTION

How do we seek to construct a society in which families can flourish? Information and guidance can be found on the Bishop’s Conference website at: www.cbcew.org.uk/election24/