Our Lady of Lourdes Queen of Peace, Rottingdean
and St. Patrick's, Woodingdean
St Patrick's Church
St Patrick's is now open for 9am Sunday Masses
We are going to attempt not using the Eventbrite system for the time being - and monitoring how full we get. If we feel we need to revert back to Eventbrite the link is below.
For the time being it is not necessary to request tickets.
Please download the Government NHS Track and Trace App and scan in when you arrive. If not possible, please see a steward to manually record your details.
Sunday Mass has now moved inside during the winter season.
We are keeping doors open, so please remember to wrap warm.
Please book your tickets on the Eventbrite link below.
No need to print your Eventbrite ticket, give your name at the church door to be ticked off the list of attendees. If you haven’t had an email re your Mass booking, then you aren’t booked and on the list for that Sunday. You can book several Sundays at a time and on Eventbrite you can also cancel a particular booking.
* Masks are compulsory.
* Hand sanitising required and 80% alcohol-containing solution is provided
St Patrick's Sunday Mass
Eventbrite ticketing system
Please follow the following link...
Please bring a copy of the ticket or have the ticket on your phone to show the steward. Thank you very much.
St Patrick's Fundraising
St Patrick's Table Top Sale
Sunday 9.45 until 10.15am
On Sundays in April and May, St Patrick’s plans to have OUTSIDE tables selling plants, jams, and goodies, weather permitting. The sale time will be after Sunday morning Mass for 30 minutes. We’ve been doing this for decades, indoors. Need good personal spacing, gloves and masks to reduce COVID.
This Sunday 25th April: Scilla peruviana growing bulbs and lily of the valley - both outdoor and flower in May; Sweet William, cape fuchsia, cerinthe major, calendula, house plants, chives, thyme, Gardener’s Delight & other tomatoes, courgette, lettuce, rocket plants; Produce to cook and eat: purple sprouting broccoli, leeks, rhubarb stalks, and mixed salad leaves cut washed spun and bagged; Individual choc hazelnut cheesecake gluten free Damson, marmalade and other jams and some kitchenalia.
We have very desirable gardening books priced 50p-£2 covering vegetable growing, herbs and lots of books on container planting.
Churches Together Meeting
We have requests for food bank helpers - people who can be there at some stage on Monday-Tuesday at Holy Cross church Woodingdean where food comes in, is packed and on Tuesday is delivered. They would like a separate food bank group in case one of the team who work together tests positive for COVID and they all have to isolate.
Volunteers could also have the task of phoning around to the families who receive deliveries as to what they need that week.
(There is also a community need for people to hosts small garden groups for coffee, since all the congregations miss seeing each other.)
A copy of the information sheet for St. Patrick's Church can be downloaded HERE
Bookings for St. Patrick's Church
THESE ARE CURRENTLY ON HOLD WHILST THE CHURCH IS ON COVID-19 SHUTDOWN
TEL. & EMAIL
Poems Out Loud
Every 2 weeks
Singing! (Varndean class)
Weekly term time
Hand in Hand -Diocesan group for special needs
1st Monday of month
Children's dance & performance
Card Making Class
1st & 3rd Wednesdays
Movement & Stillness Class
Four Deans Stroke Club
Churches Together in Woodingdean
Class for his own pupils
Our space and facilities can be hired
St Patrick's church 29ft X 26ft (8.84 X 7.92m), parish rooms: 13ft 6" X 14ft (4.1 X 4.26m); 12 ft X 16 ft (L shaped) (3.65 X 4.87m)
Suitable for body balance, pilates, zumba, card play, adult education classes, meetings,
singing, dance classes, craft classes, stroke club,
celebration meals with own or outside catering, ceilidhs, children's parties, BBQ.
Enclosed grounds with beech hedge, on three sides of the church; longest axis 90 m.
Contact chairperson for hiring: Bernadette Skinner Tel: 01273 309118 Email: [email protected]
You can also message us via St. Patrick's Facebook.
Outside Charities supported
The Kanji (India) project (www.thekanjiproject.org.uk/)