This has been a very difficult and different Easter to any other we have encountered. With all church activity temporarily (and understandably) halted, the principle way that the church can communicate with its parishioners is through its online activities. Father John has done a wonderful job of making sure that all the Sunday and Easter masses are broadcast via Facebook and this activity has led to us almost doubling the number of followers on that channel and it has had a knock-on effect on this website.
In the past we have shared the stats from this website to let people know where visitors have come from, the amount of traffic we have per month and some of the top pages that people are looking at. With that in mind I thought I’d share with you some of the stats from the past month.
Our Parish Newsletter is out Today! With details on World Communications Sunday, Welcoming Two Bishops on the same day!, information on Proclaim 15, an invitation to a Birthday Party and Strawberry Cream Tea, a look at who won the bonus ball (was it you?), a Communications Day Prayer and, of course, Mass times. And have you signed up to receive updates on this site? Well, if not please sign up today!
In this week’s newsletter you can find out the Mass and Services for the week, read about the Synod on the Family and Evangelisation, find complete details on next week’s mission, discover how much we raised for CAfod and learn about the next coffee morning we have and more. And have you signed up to receive updates on this site? Well, if not please sign up today!
This week’s newsletter is now out. It incudes all mass times for this week and an overview of the Great Three Days of Easter – Maundy Thursday, Good Friday and Holy Saturday. If you would like to view past newsletters, visit our newsletter page.
This week’s newsletter is now out. It incudes mass times for this week and Easter, Community Hall timetable, readings and much more information regarding our Parish. If you would like to view past newsletters, visit our newsletter page.