We are encouraged always to pray with hope and persistence, believing that we always get something. In the asking is the receiving and we never leave prayer worse off than when we began.
Time given to prayer transforms us. St Ignatius speaks of the effect of prayer – an increase in faith, hope and love. We may not get what we specifically ask for but we always come away from prayer the poorer. Knock and the door will be opened …. In just the act of knocking something within us is opened. In asking we open ourselves to the gift of the love of God. When we learn to accept that gift, others will follow.
So we pray and we trust in God to answer our prayer as he can. This is one of the greatest faiths of all.
Rewiring is going well. Stairs should come next week and we are trying to book a plasterer. Our thanks again to all the volunteers especially Tony and James and our builders Dave and Adam and electrician Dave R as well as all the people involved in the extra cleaning.
Welcome to our website. If it's your first visit we hope it gives you some idea of what our parish is like. If you want to know more then there's nothing like coming to meet us and you would be very welcome. In the meantime, have a good look around and get in touch if we can help in any way.
Our parish is made up of lots of small groups engaged in different activities, many of them involved in charity work. This is all a vital part of what we are about. Here are just a few: