Prayer For The Entire School

Thank you, to a member of our Confirmation class who has written a prayer for the entire school.   Dear Lord, We thank and praise you for the Staff members and parents of children who are in our community at St. Joseph’s. We thank you for our Parish, helping us to have the church and community we have before our […]

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A Letter to Our Parish Community

Dear Parishioner, I am taking the liberty, in these extraordinary times, of writing to every parishioner whose address we have on file to bring you up to date with our current situation. Under normal circumstances I would be reporting to our Parish Council, our Parish Finance Committee, to our Liturgy Group and many other teams and parishioners who make up […]

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Coronavirus Lockdown Newsletter Special

Dear Friends, We have recently published a special Newsletter detailing our upcoming Church events during the Coronavirus Lockdown. As with all parishes throughout the UK, St. Joseph’s Church is closed to the public. We intend to hold some Services and Masses live streamed through Facebook, which will later be posted onto YouTube and this website. We will also be praying […]

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11am Mass – 22nd April 2020

Thank you, to Father Frank and Father Vimal who live streamed Mass today at 11am through our Facebook page. The Mass remains on Facebook and can now also be found on our YouTube channel. We intend to host more live streamed Masses from St. Joseph’s Church on Facebook at the following dates and times: WEEKDAY MASS TIMES LIVE STREAMED ON […]

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Lockdown Food Share Community Project

We are delighted to support the amazing work being done by the team at Chicago 1935 and Mia’s Wish who ae delivering food to those who need it most during this difficult time with no funding. You can help by donating: Fresh Fruit and Vegetables, tins, jars, cakes, bread, milk and eggs anytime to the front door of the Presbytery […]

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St. Joseph’s Church at Easter

This Picture, very kindly supplied to us by Sister Clare was taken last Easter, 2019. It is a glorious picture. While this Easter all places of worship are closed the Universal Church is not about buildings it is about the body of the Church. Our clergy and laity. You and me. So the church will always thrive and soar. We […]

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Wrexham Diocese Facebook Page

Wrexham Diocese are building up the catholic community through their Diocesan Facebook page. They hope to stream live Masses, add devotional prayers and Diocesan updates as required during these uncertain times. The more our community grows, the better! This page will just be one means by which they hope to reach out to Parishioners. Please ‘Like’ their page at the […]

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