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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IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMEMT

Please see the newsletter from Dr Mark Mantey the CEO of Ahoto in Ghana which runs St Clare’s home for the elderly and vulnerable including those suffering from leprosy. We support St Clare’s as our current Parish Overseas Project. A video by Dr Mantey expressing his thanks to the Parish for our support was included in the Parish circular and Briefly note recently published in relation to our second collection for St Clare’s at Masses over the weekend of 3/4 July.

https://mcusercontent.com/24d8b3c3bf851522666e1c83b/files/bf193ea1-e0e4-4cbf-eec3-431511749ad5/Newsletter_v17_21_07_02fff_.pdf


Petts Wood Churches Together

The Petts Wood May Fayre will be held on Bank Holiday Monday, 30th August.

Petts Wood Churches Together will be running the teas/coffees stall in the Memorial Hall and would welcome volunteers from our Parish to help for an hour on the stall.

Please contact the Parish Office


Following the Government relaxation on restrictions, we will now not be needing people to book for Masses however for track and trace purposes the QR code displayed must be used or your name and number given to the usher on arrival. However, numbers will continue to be limited and social distancing will remain.

Masks will no longer be mandatory however we would strongly recommend that masks are worn in the church premises, and we ask that hand sanitiser continues to be used please.


Sharing the Good News Survey 2021 summary for parish


For everyone the coronavirus lockdown means a period of uncertainty and financial instability. In the parish, as in every household, the bills continue to arrive and have to be paid even though our income has been cut dramatically.

 

We, therefore, encourage those of you who can to continue supporting us financially.

 

We appreciate your ongoing support of our parish community. Your financial support is needed if we are to bear witness to the gospel message through our worship, ministries, formation and care for God’s people. You may use this option to contribute. Thank you.

 

http://justgiving.com/fundraising/stjamespettswood

CONFESSIONS

Please contact the Parish on 01689 827100 or parish.office@stjamespettswood.org