Tidy Graves Service
Are you are finding it hard to keep your loved ones graves looking well? We offer a service to clean & tidy graves and maintain them all year round.
Contact Andrew on 02890 292140 or
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Kate’s Project Trust
Reaching out to the poor and vulnerable in the slums of Pattaya Thailand, this education-centred charity has been helping children with schooling and providing essential foods for ten years now.
REGISTERED WITH THE CHARITY COMMISSION FOR NORTHERN IRELAND NIC 103353
PARISH SECRETARY: jacqueline madden
MON-FRI 9.30am - 1.30pm
Telephone: 02890 774 833
St Gerard's Parish, 722 Antrim Road, Newtownabbey,
County Antrim, BT36 7PG
ST GERARD'S COMMUNITY
FR KEVIN BROWNE C.Ss.R P.P/RECTOR
Fr Pat McLaughlin C.Ss.R C.C
Fr Brendan McConvery C.Ss.R C.C
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NO PUBLIC MASSES AT THIS TIME DURING CORONA VIRUS OUTBREAK
SEE POSTER BELOW
Parish and Pastoral Community would like to express their thanks and appreciation and say a heartfelt thank you to Kathleen Mannion who served as Parish Secretary here in St Gerards for 20 years.
You will be greatly missed Kathleen.
As we welcome our Parishioners back to celebrate Mass in the Church, we would like to assure everyone that reasonable precautions have been implemented to reduce the risk for everyone attending the Church. We would be grateful for your strict compliance with the social distancing rules.
We would also ask that you take the time to use the cleaning and disinfecting supplies as instructed.
Rem: If you are ‘clinical risk’ of Covid-19 or have been advised to shield, please do not visit.
Our thoughts and prayers are with all the children in our Parish community preparing for their First Communion
First Communion Dates
Our Lady of Lourdes, ParkLodge
26th September 11am
READERS …… We are hoping to put together for October a new Readers Rota - anyone willing and available to start back could you please inform the Parish Office 90774833 by 30th September.. Thank you for your support
Vocation of the Laity—Every Catholic whether a homemaker, student, teacher, office or shop worker, farmer, engineer, labourer or retired has an important mission and calling in the life of the Church for more information visit www.thelayvocation.net
Pope Francis “We need lay people who take risks, who get their hands dirty, who are not afraid of making mistakes, who go forward. We need lay people with a vision of the future, not confined to the little things of life”
DAY for LIFE - 4th October 2020
Day for Life is celebrated yearly by the Catholic Church in Ireland, Scotland England and Wales. It is a day dedicated to raising awareness about the
meaning and value of human life at every stage and in every condition.
Please remember to continue your generous support of Foodbanks (Donations can be left at back of St Gerards Church)
North Belfast Foodbank -
Client opening hours :
Immanuel Presbyterian (Agnes Street)
Mon 2pm to 3.30pm
Ekenhead Halls (North Circular Road)
Tuesday 2.30pm to 4pm / Thur 6.30 to 8pm
Donations of Food: Warehouse (Westbank Road—Duncrue Industrial Estate) opening times to receive donations Mon 6.15 to 6.45