ST. JOSEPH’S, MOSSLEY- 17th November, 2013- www.stjosephmossley.org.uk
200 CLUB – £25 A Oliver; £15 F Mascarenhas; £10 L Gee
LATELY DEAD – Jean Taylor; Hilda Ann Hopwood.
FUNERAL SERVICE – for Jean Taylor is on Thursday at 11am
FUNERAL SERVICE – Hilda Ann Hopwood is on Thursday at 12.30pm
ANNIVERSARIES – Graham Hopwood Graham.
MASS TIMES THIS WEEK – 10am each day – except Tuesday – 8.55am
FEASTS THIS WEEK – Thurs- Presentation of Our Lady; Fri- St Cecilia
ADORATION OF THE BLESSED SACRAMENT – Fridays at 9-10am
CONFESSIONS – Saturdays at 10.30am and 6.10pm
MOSSLEY CHRISTMAS LIGHTS – switch on at 7pm on Thursday 28th November at George Lawton Hall, Santa is in his Grotto – £1.50 inc gift.
MOSSLEY CHRISTMAS MARKET – George Lawton Hall on Saturday 23rd November, 11-3pm – admission free.
MANCHESTER CHRISTMAS MARKET – has arrived in Albert Square.
TYPHOON APPEAL – we have left a box in front of the Cafod Wall Box for anyone wishing to donate, and we will send the money off on Monday to Cafod
ST DAMIAN’S CHRISTMAS PARTY – 10th Dec – list is in the porch
BOOK OF REMEMBRANCE – is in the Sanctuary for us to enter the names of our deceased relations and friends and parishioners.
WEST SIDE STORY – 17th Dec- tickets can be paid for – £45 inc transport.
TALKS AT THE CONVENT – see poster – beginning 26th Nov.
PARISH LUNCH – our Christmas Lunch is on Wednesday 11th December.
SACRAMENTAL PROGRAMME – takes place today at 9.15am.
TEA AND COFFEE – in the parish room after Mass – access through sacristy.
CHRISTMAS FAIR – here at church on Saturday 7th and Sunday 8th December after the Masses. Chocolate for Bernadetter; bottles and raffle prizes would be welcome.
MAYOR’S CHARITY DINNER – Wednesday 27th November at the Old Original – tickets £12.50 from Dean and Joanne – 01457 834589
FOOD PARCELS – have been passed on – many thanks
PARISH MAGAZINE – articles to [email protected] – do let ex parishioners know that they can read the magazine on the website.
PIETY STALL – has an abundance of christmas cards and calendars.
THE LEAVES ARE FALLING – the frost has filleted the trees more effectively than the wind – walking on the wet leaves is quite an art. Heavy coats are now in evidence and pedestrians walk at a quicker pace. We will be getting a blast from Siberia before long and those hot summer days when the fans were running day and night will be a distant memory.