‘Family is Sacred’ Zoom Course

Running alternate Wednesdays, 7:30pm-9:00pm. You are encouraged to attend all sessions but please note, these are also standalone if you are just able to commit to some. The course is designed to enrich and support marriage and family life and the building up of the Domestic Church. There will be input from various speakers followed by small group discussion and Q&A. All Welcome! Register your free place by emailing

16/12/20              Fatherhood & Motherhood – The challenge of Authority
13/1/21                Fatherhood & Motherhood – Mutual complementarity
27/1/21                The Importance of Family Life – The human significance
10/2/21                The Importance of Family Life – The religious significance
24/2/21                Love and the Importance of Home
10/3/21                Love and how we understand work
24/3/21                Family & suffering
7/4/21                  The mission of the family

Family is Sacred Course All Dates Poster

Altar Servers Online Retreat – ‘Serving God and our neighbour in the everyday’

Saturday 27th February 2021 – 10am-12pm (Ages 8-11) and 1pm-3pm (Ages 12-17)
Servers aged 18 and over please email the address below

The day includes a keynote from Bishop John on the ministry of serving during this time and in the future, times of prayer, a recommissioning service and workshops on ‘Challenges & Opportunities’, ‘Prayer – A Friendship with Jesus’, and ‘Called to Serve’.

To register your place or for more information email indicate your child’s age and which session they will be attending.

An under 18’s videoconferencing consent form must be downloaded, completed by parents/carers and returned to the above email address. The retreat will take place on Zoom.

You can download a poster here and a Videoconferencing consent form. Please share these online, in your parish and with servers who may be interested.


“The joy of the Gospel fills the hearts and lives of all who encounter Jesus. Those who accept his offer of salvation are set free from sin, sorrow, inner emptiness and loneliness”

Pope Francis, Evangelii Gaudium