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Offertory and Donations

I hope that you are all keeping well. and managing to keep in touch with other parishioner’s during this difficult time. During this time when we are not able to attend the parish physically we invite those that are able to make a donation to the upkeep of the parish. If you are not able to give as you are struggling financially that is fully understood.

For more up-to-date news and information about our parish community, please visit our weekly Newsletter

If you wish to make a donation please use this donation button




We can still support the Lent Foodbank appeal whilst our church building is closed in two ways. The RAMP Foodbank has joined together with several other Newham Foodbanks to provide much needed Coronavirus relief packs to vulnerable local residents.

You can make DONATIONS DIRECTLY to RAMP on Tuesdays or Fridays 10am to 2pm (this is now called the MANOR PARK Hub) at The Renewal Programme. 395 High Street North, E12 6PG: food, hygiene, cleaning, baby, feminine and household items desperately needed please.

In fact Peter Laing and the RAMP Team sent out a recent request that they were running low on rice, pasta, biscuits, tea bags, tinned tuna and tinned tomatoes.   (more…)

UK Catholic Diocesan Papers

Dear Father,

Due to the Coronavirus, we have put as many UK Catholic Diocesan newspapers on one website ( so parishioners can stay in contact with their Church and their community.

Please can you promote this – by emailing parishioners, adding a link on your website or by mentioning it on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and anywhere else – so we help people who feel isolated and share some hope in our communities. (more…)

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You can support us in our quest to seek God through other; our interaction with other faith groups in our neighbourhood; our care for the elderly programme and living wage campaigns through our gift aid program.

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Social Distancing/Self Isolation is difficult.

There is no doubt that people are struggling/will struggle with this new reality.

Unfortunately there will be issues resulting from this.

Here are a list of numbers you may find useful:

Childline – 0800 1111

Samaritans – 116 123

Domestic Violence Hotline – 0808 2000 247

The Survivors Trust – 0808 801 0181

Mind – 0300 123 3393

Age UK – 0800 169 6565

In addition:

The Forced Marriage Unit – 020 7008 0151

LGBT+ Switchboard – 0300 330 0630

The Mental Health Charity Good Thinking has a lot of useful resources to help you look after yourself – @GoodThinkingUK

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