Fr David with the Pope

Revd David Camilleri

I was born on the Mediterranean island of Malta. My parents’ names were the late Edward and Josephine.

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PPC Meeting

Key Individuals

If you would like to get in touch with the Parish, here are some key individuals that you may wish to contact.

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Parish History

A brief history of St James the Great, 1937 – 1946 Catholics have worshipped in Petts Wood since 1937 and in a variety of venues.

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Bromley Borough Foodbank – revised 01 August 22

The most urgently needed items this week are long life fruit juice, sponge pudding, tinned custard, jelly, Angel Delight dessert, ladies and men’s deodorant, unisex razors, men’s shampoo and long life carrier bags. But they have plenty of pasta, cereal, tea and biscuits.

There are two baskets available for your donations: the main church entrance and the Parish Office porch (281a Crescent Drive).

The Food bank cannot accept baby formula, fresh, out of date, chilled or frozen food.

Financial donations are still very much appreciated and you can donate cash, cheques or supermarket vouchers through the Parish Office letterbox.
 Cheques should be payable to “Bromley Borough Foodbank”.
 £5 gift vouchers for Tesco and Sainsbury’s are very useful to the Foodbank.

Thank you.

Parishioners’ 14th July Parish Pastoral Council Meeting Minutes

Overseas Parish Project

Supporting the Divine Providence Hospital, El Salvador. Coordinated by the JPIC group in collaboration with Archbishop Romero Trust. July 2022 to August 2024.

The JPIC group working closely with the Archbishop Romero Trust is launching a new overseas Parish project to support the Divine Providence Hospital in El Salvador, which provides palliative care to the community in San Salvador. The link for this project with our Parish is established through St. Oscar who lived in the hospital and our Parish has a strong devotion to St. Oscar.

The hospital receives limited to no government funding and much of the running costs for the hospital are funded through support by the Archbishop Romero Trust based in the UK.

Working with the Oscar Romero Trust over a two-year period, the first task for our Parish is to fund the procurement of an equipment sterilisation unit.

You can find out more about the project at  Overseas Parish Project Brief and Overseas Parish Project Plan.

What is happening next:

  • on 9th July 2022 and 10th July 2022, members of the Archbishop Romero Trust and JPIC team will be speaking at the weekend masses about the Project and will be available for further engagement. We request your engagement and participation in making this project a success.
  • On 17th July 2022, the second collection is in support of the Parish project. We request your generosity and support, as always.

We thank the Parish for their generosity and support for the previous project helping St. Clare’s in Ahotokurom, Ghana. Circa £13.500 was raised and this project is now closed.

For further information, please email



Please contact the Parish on 01689 827100 or