ADVENT 3 Getting Ready for Christmas

FESTIVAL OF NINE LESSONS AND CAROLS this Sunday December 15th at 3pmCome and join us. Seasonal refreshments will be served after this service.

Our 2020 Confirmation Course will begin on Friday January 17th at The Rectory from 3pm – 4pm and repeated for those who cannot make that date on Saturdays at 11am – Noon. The course will run from January 17th until March 14th initially.

Please fill in the Confirmation forms in Church of you desire to be Confirmed by Bishop Norman on May 17th.

We will be using the book “Faith Confirmed” as the basis for our studies. Don’t forget the course is open to all as a refresher course for those of you who have Church members for a a very long time.

It’s that time of year again. December has come and with it all the joys of Christmas. But what is the real meaning of Christmas? For many people, Christmas is a time of sorrow. They don’t have the extra money to buy presents for their children, family, and friends. Many are saddened at Christmastime when they think of their loved ones who will not be able to come home for various reasons.
Christmas is a holy time that invites you to reflect on the most important issues in life, especially escaping the darkness of ignorance and arriving at the light of new understanding and possibility. It ritualizes the birth of your soul. For me, personally, Christmas has many rich layers: warm memories of my family from childhood; the brilliant, lighted and festive Christmas Mass; and the exciting theology of incarnation—“The Word made flesh” so we can go on living a spiritual life deep in the ordinary world.


CHRISTMAS DAY MASS 10:00am for all the family with the Blessing of Toys.

  Boxing Day – St Stephen Mass at 10:00am. 

Dec 27th St John the Evangelist. Mass at Noon.

December 28th The Holy Innocents. Mass at Noon.