Members of the Vision Group took part in a 24 hour fast on Friday 24th September 2021 directly after 10am Mass. This took place in the church where the blessed sacrament was on display.
We are raising funds for Foodshare and W.O.R.K. (Widows & Orphans in Rural Kenya). Fundraising can be non-perishable food and/or finance donations, both are welcome contributions. During the 24 hour fast, we will pray for an end to hunger around the world and for the intentions of parishioners.
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Mass is held at 9:30am, Monday to Thursday & 10am on Friday. Saturday Vigil Mass is at 6:15pm and Sunday Masses start at 9:30am and 11:15am.
Mass will be available online via YouTube from about 9:20am on Wednesdays and 11am on Sundays. Just click on the YouTube icon to connect.
It is strongly encouraged, from a moral and respectful point of view, to continue wearing face masks during Public Worship. This indeed, is not a legal requirement, and several of our parishioners have exemption from wearing masks.
Further, if you wish to continue adhering to social distancing in the Church, then please arrive at least 10 minutes before Mass, where a section in the church will be reserved for you.
CAFOD is responding to significant crises across the world this week. We are working with local Church organisations in Haiti to deliver emergency aid to people affected by the catastrophic earthquake and tropical storm. In the tragic situation in Afghanistan, we are working to ensure the safety of our local partners and their communities. We are supporting local aid workers to deliver urgent food and water supplies to hundreds of thousands of people facing extreme hunger in Tigray in Ethiopia, South Sudan and north-east Nigeria. You can read more about how we can all express solidarity with our sisters and brothers affected by these emergencies on the CAFOD website: https://cafod.org.uk/News/Emergencies-news. Your compassion, generosity and prayers have helped us to stand together and enable us to continue to support communities in these difficult times. Thank you.
We are a collection point for Foodshare. Our collection area is just inside the porch doors, but if you leave food outside, out of hours (in a bag or other covering) the building is regularly checked. Foodshare are currently really in need of tinned vegetables and tinned meat, amongst all the regular donations.
During the summer holidays, snacks suitable for children would be welcomed, we all know how much food children can get through in a day in the holidays!
Everyone at St Edmund Campion Parish in Maidenhead welcomes you to our Catholic community. Hopefully you will find all the information you are looking for - if not, please contact us and we will answer any questions you may have.
If you would like to know more about us and what we do, take a look at our Welcome Brochure. We look forward to meeting you soon.
The address of the Church and office is: 40a Altwood Road, Maidenhead. Berks. SL6 4PY. Details of how to find us are here.
I am Liam Cummins and I come from Ireland. I'm the eldest of four children (three boys and one girl).
As a Mill Hill Missionary (millhillmissionaries.com), I have spent a good period of my adult life ministering in Africa, namely Cameroon and Kenya. I was appointed to England to do Mission Animation (Missio and Mill Hill) for a number of Dioceses in 2012. I really enjoyed this work and it involved a good amount of travelling and meeting lots of people. Read more.
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"I have no more to say but to recommend your case and mine to Almighty God, the Searcher of Hearts, who sends us His grace, and sets us at accord before the day of payment, to the end we may at last be friends in heaven, when all injuries shall be forgotten." Read more.
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