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Confirmation 2019

For information about the forth-coming Vocations Novena and the Sonja Roberts Memorial Chalice, please see the Vocations Novena page

Sonja Roberts Memorial Chalice

Diocesan Vision – Latest update

Here is the link to the latest e-bulletin (May 2019) from Steven Webb, Diocesan Director of Development, concerning our vision for renewal and restructuring.
https://www.dioceseofbrentwood.net/departments/development/stewards-of-the-gospel/current-e-bulletin/

Canon Tom Lavin

A joyous day at Brentwood Cathedral saw Fr. Tom installed to the Chapter of Canons for the diocese. Seen here with Fr Tony Chantry and Fr. Darius.


It was a most stimulating and provocative afternoon for our young people. Listening to Barry and Margaret Mizen speak about the death of their son and how their faith has carried them ever since; and Bishop Alan on the value of perseverance and prayer.


Our live stream of church services is now here:

Live Stream

 
 

New Forecourt

The plans for the newly designed courtyard at the front of the church can be seen here: Forecourt Plan

 

 

Live Streaming and Recording of services.

 

You are advised that our church building is covered by live streaming 24/7 and some liturgical services may also be recorded at the same time. If you require further information about these facilities, please contact Paul Samuels in person or by email: pjs@ssppilford.org.uk


Diocesan Vision Strategy

In accordance with the re-structuring plan outlined in the Vision Document, SS. Peter and Paul’s will form a parish group with four other local parishes; St. Bede’s, St. John the Baptist, St. Cedd’s and St. Teresa’s. The priests and stewards of these parishes will be meeting together to begin to formulate a strategy for renewal and mutual support. After this meeting, each individual parish will come together to discuss the outcome and to see how they might contribute to the process as a whole.


For the latest parish Mass times, please see the newsletter


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