PARISH OF OUR LADY OF THE ANGELS

SALTASH

                              

Newsletter        

Week beginning 9th December

Sclerder and Liskeard weekday masses subject to change - please contact to confirm.

 

                                             Lectionary B2

Saturday 9th December Sclerder 9.0am
Torpoint 6.0pm
Sunday 10th Saltash 9.0am
Sclerder 9.0am
Liskeard 11.0am
Monday 11th    
Tuesday 12th Saltash 11.30am
Wednesday 13th Saltash 9.0am
Thursday 14th Torpoint 9.30am
Friday 15th Saltash 9.0am
Saturday 16th Torpoint 6.0pm
  Sclerder 9.0am
Sunday 17th Saltash 9.0am
Sclerder 9.0am
Liskeard 11.0am

The Sacrament of Reconciliation is celebrated after weekday Mass,

Saturdays after 9 am Mass at Sclerder and 5.30 pm at Torpoint or on request.

Parish Office

 

The office will be closed from midday on the 15th December until 2nd January, the Diocesan head offices will also be closed from the 21st December until the 2nd January.  Thank you for all your support during the year and Serene would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas!

Christmas Mass Times

The Christmas mass times will be as follows:

Christmas Eve:

9am Sclerder

9am Saltash

4pm Saltash

6pm Torpoint

9pm Sclerder

Christmas Day:

9am Sclerder

9am Saltash

11am Liskeard

Liskeard News

St Petroc’s – There will be refreshments after mass on the 17th December in the St Neot’s room.  All proceeds will go to the St Petroc’s Society – everyone welcome.  As this will be our last fundraiser, for the charity, this year, we will also be having a second collection during mass this day.  Please donate what you can.  Many thanks.

 

Sclerder News

Churches Together are gathering to sing carols on Saturday 16th December, from 10am to 12 noon in the Rose Garden on East Looe Quay, come and join us.

Saltash and Torpoint News

Clothing for the homeless

In the lead up to Christmas, Fr Ian is collecting clothing (for men and women) for the homeless in Cornwall to be distributed by St Petroc’s homeless charity. Cornwall has the third highest rate of homelessness in regions of the country. More than 75% of the homeless are Cornish born. They are in particular need of fleeces, hats, gloves, etc and underwear for women. This is both for those in crisis and those trying to return to a stable life in supervised accommodation.

Parish email address

Please make a note of the parish's email address saltash@prcdtr.org.uk and the bank account for any cheques - PRCDTR Saltash Parish.

Items for the Newsletter
Please forward any items for the Newsletter to Serene Park, in writing or via email to saltash@prcdtr.org.uk. Thank you.