Posted on the 17th Mar 2015 in the category Events



Youth Day on Saturday 18th April at St Stephen's, Lewisham

 

The first Fulham Youth Day is aimed at young people in the 11 - 16 age group and will take place at St Stephen's, Lewisham on Saturday 18th April.  Here is an outline of the day:

 

11.00am   Registration, quiz/treasure hunt and prepare for Mass.

12 noon  Mass with Homily

12.45pm  BBQ

1.45pm    Activities to include Bible Study, and Games (including bouncy castle!)

3.30pm    Benediction (using some items made during the activities.)

4.00pm    Depart

 

Please encourage your young people to sign up for the day by registering by the 11th April deadline via fastforwardevents@hotmail.com.   Further information from Fr Clive Jones SSC on 020 8311 6307.

 

Youth Day on Saturday 18th April at St Stephen's, Lewisham

 

The first Fulham Youth Day is aimed at young people in the 11 - 16 age group and will take place at St Stephen's, Lewisham on Saturday 18th April.  Here is an outline of the day:

 

11.00am   Registration, quiz/treasure hunt and prepare for Mass.

12 noon  Mass with Homily

12.45pm  BBQ

1.45pm    Activities to include Bible Study, and Games (including bouncy castle!)

3.30pm    Benediction (using some items made during the activities.)

4.00pm    Depart

 

Please encourage your young people to sign up for the day by registering by the 11th April deadline via fastforwardevents@hotmail.com.   Further information from Fr Clive Jones SSC on 020 8311 6307.

- See more at: http://www.bishopoffulham.org.uk/fullposts.php?id=92#sthash.FLqusIgC.dpuf



Posted on the 6th Mar 2015 in the category Events



Bishops of the Society will be celebrating the following Chrism Masses:

 

 

Richborough

Wednesday 25 March

7.30pm

S Hugh, Ayres Monsell,  Leicester

More information

Ebbsfleet

Saturday 28th March

12.00noon

S Michael and All Angels, Heavitree, Exeter

More information

Richborough

Saturday 28th March

11.00am

Guildford Cathedral

More information

Beverley

Sunday 29th March

6.00pm

S Aidan, Grangetown, Sunderland

More information

Pontefract

Sunday 29th March

6.00pm

Ss John & Barnabas, Belle Isle 

More information

Beverley

Monday 30th March

12.00noon

S Hilda, Grangetown, Middlesbrough

More information

Richborough

Monday 30th March

12.00noon

Chelmsford Cathedral

More information

Beverley

Tuesday 31st March

11.30am

Manchester Cathedral

More information

Burnley

Tuesday 31st March

11.00am

S Andrew, Burnley

More information

Chichester

Tuesday 31st March

10.30am

Chichester Cathedral*

More information

Ebbsfleet

Tuesday 31st March

11.30am

Worcester Cathedral

More information

Fulham

Tuesday 31st March

11.30am

S Augustine, Kilburn

More information

Richborough

Tuesday 31st March

12.00noon

Canterbury Cathedral

More information

Beverley

Wednesday 1st April

12.00noon

Ss John & Mary Magdalene, Goldthorpe

More information

Ebbsfleet

Wednesday 1st April

11.00am

Lichfield Cathedral

More information

Richborough

Wednesday 1st April

12.00noon

Shrine of Our Lady of Walsingham

More information

 

*with renewal of ministerial vows - for all the clergy of the Diocese of Chichester.



Posted on the 18th Nov 2014 in the category Events
Posted on the 11th Oct 2014 in the category Events



On Saturday 11 October 1,500 Catholic Anglicans gathered at York Minster from all over the North of England and beyond, with three bishops and 80 concelebrating priets, to be renewed in the faith and encouraged to continue God's mission in the world today. 

 

For this year's Northern Provincial Festival, the Bishop of Beverley, the Rt Revd Glyn Webster, took as his theme the witness of three northern saints Paulinus, James the Deacon and Wilfrid.  He encourage the worshipers to be like Paulinus in his missionary zeal, to remain steadfast in the faith as was James the Deacon, and to follow Wilfrid's example of commitment to catholicity.

 

The congregation was led in a joyful celebration by a choir gathered from all corners of the Northern Province, including many of Bishop Glyn's parishes. 

 

Noting that the Canon enabling women to be bishops is likely to be promulged in November, Bishop Glyn expressed gratitude to all those who have served the traditionalist constituency so well throughout the synodical process to secure the provision for us to be able to remain and flourish within the life of the Church of England.  In particular Bishop Glyn paid tribute to The Right Revd Martyn Jarrett, his predecessor as Bishop of Beverly who had sacrificially and faithfully represented our position.

 

Bishop Glyn urged the congregation to rise to the challenge that Bishop Tony Robinson, the Chairman of the Council of Bishops of the Society, had made the previous year to strive to make the legislation work.  Bishop Glyn said, "I urge all of us who are not in favour of this development to take the invitation to flourish".

 

Bishop Glyn was very grateful for the gracious and warm hospitality provided by the Dean and Chapter of York Minster which enabled the event to run so smoothly.

 

Photos of the Celebration.

From the Sermon.



Posted on the 3rd Sep 2014 in the category Events





 

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