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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
St. Laurence’s Larder
As in previous years we will be supporting “The Larder” [formerly known as “St.
For further readings and meditations see
See also the Jesuits'
to the website of
ST ERCONWALD'S ROMAN CATHOLIC CHURCH
Parish Priest: Fr Anthony Psaila
THIS WEEK'S READINGS
112 Carlton Avenue East, Middlesex HA9 8NB
Tel.: 020 8904 6031
Booking to attend Mass: https://parish.rcdow.org.uk/wembleyprestonroad/events
Pope Francis Prayer Intentions for October 2021
Pope’s Prayer Intention:
We pray that every baptised person may be engaged in evangelisation, available to the mission, by being witnesses of a life that has the flavour of the Gospel
Go to Pope’s Worldwide Network of Prayer website
Church limited opening: see below
LIVE STREAMING OF MASS
Mass will be at 9.30am Monday to Friday [except Thursday], Saturday 05.30pm and Sunday10.00am.
As from September 2021 all Masses will be public and livestreamed::
If you would like a Mass offered for a specific intention please book this via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org 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: Virgin Money Giving by visiting https://parish.rcdow.org.uk/wembleyprestonroad/donate/ [suggested donation £10.00] or leave in an envelope in the internal post box when the Church reopens..
In response to the Coronavirus pandemic and the guidance from the Bishops Conference the Church is only open for limited purposes. From September 2021, all Masses will be public, with the Intentions indicated in the weekly newsletter. Masses will continue to be live-
COMING TO MASS: COVID-
You must not attend Church if you or someone you live with has cold or flu like symptoms.
You must not attend Church if you or someone you have had contact with has tested positive for COVID-
You must inform the Parish Office if you or someone you live with/have had contact with someone who tests positive for COVID-
BOOKING TO COME TO MASS
Booking by phone if no internet available: you can call the parish office on 020 8904 6031 [press option 2 when prompted] You can also use the QR Code at the Church’s entrance or exit.
DONATIONS AND COLLECTION OF MONEY
Offertory Envelopes and other donations can be placed in the Collection Box at the entrance of the Church or at the exit. Please no coinage at this time.
There are a number of cashless methods now available:
1. Standing Order [preferred method]
2. Make a donation via our website: https://parish.rcdow.org.uk/wembleyprestonroad/donate/
3. Via Virgin Money Giving [state reason for donation in the message box].
4. Via Dona [the company who supply our card readers].
Donations, Mass Intentions and Repository payments can also be made via new card readers in Church
[If you are a tax payer, please Gift Aid your donation]
UPDATE ON GUIDELINES AUGUST 2021
As from September all Masses will be public, It is important that we continue to ensure that the Church remains a safe place where people gather to worship. The overriding principles continue to be that we need to maintain preventative practices to stop the spread of the disease: these include taking account of the prevailing local conditions, continuing to use sanitisers and wearing face masks [unless you are unable to do so for medical reasons], general cleaning to a good standard (with attention to frequent touchpoints), maintaining 1 metre+ separation, good ventilation [doors will remain open during Mass and the heating has to remain off], registration of track and trace details [we are still obliged to keep record of people attending], and continuation of stewards at Mass. Full details can be found on the Church’s website.
For further information and resources please see
To mark 40 years of service to homeless people this Lent the
Passage have produced 40
reflections for Lent each marking a year of service and reflecting on the needs of
homeless people today. If you would like to share in their Lenten journey please
contact Andrew Hollingsworth: Andrew.email@example.com tel. 020 7592 1886
CAFOD RESPONDING TO MULTIPLE EMERGENCIES
CAFOD is responding to significant crises across the world. They are working with local Church organisations in Haiti to deliver emergency aid to people affected by the catastrophic earthquake and tropical storm. In the tragic situation in Afghanistan, they are working to ensure the safety of their local partners and their communities. They are supporting local aid workers to deliver urgent food and water supplies to hundreds of thousands of people facing extreme hunger in Tigray in Ethiopia, South Sudan and north-
St. John Paul II
From the 14th – 22nd October, in the lead up to the Second Reading, the bishops encourage the faithful to unite for nine days of prayer, seeking the intercession of St. John Paul II, as part of our efforts to help defeat this attempt to legalise assisted suicide.
Download novena here