Our Mission Statement
We are a Catholic Community where Christ’s love and forgiveness is at the centre of all that we say and do.
We recognise that we are not perfect, and like any family, there will be disagreements and occasionally conflict amongst us, but we will always try to resolve our problems.
Remembering that God is never in unkindness, never in harsh words, whether written or spoken, but always in love and forgiveness.
We rejoice in the great diversity of our community and the richness that diversity brings to our Church life. Above all we strive to make everybody welcome and seek to respond to the challenges of our Christian faith together as sisters and brothers in Christ, supporting each other in times of adversity and celebrating together in times of joy, always relying on God’s love and mercy.
We remember that Jesus has gone to prepare a place for us in his Father’s house, while we have been called to go make disciples (Mt 28:19). This prepares us for Pentecost when we celebrate the descent of the Holy Spirit. It is the birthday of the Church, as the disciples went out of their locked room to proclaim the Resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ.
Pentecost this year is on Sunday, 23 May 2021.
Saturday 6.00 pm
Sunday 9.00 am
Sunday 11.00 am
Year of St Joseph
To mark the occasion, the Holy Father has proclaimed a “Year of Saint Joseph” from today, 8 December 2020, to 8 December 2021.