|First Mass of Sunday||6:15 pm on Saturday|
|Sunday||9:30 am with Liturgy for Children|
|Monday to Wednesday||Monday to Friday||9:30 am|
|Holy Days of Obligation||9:30 am|
|Confessions||5:30 - 6:10pm on Saturdayor by arrangement|
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.
The address of the Church and office is: 40a Altwood Road, Maidenhead. Berks. SL6 4PY. Details of how to find us are here.
Three years ago, we took part in the diocese Called and Gifted programme (see here). Clare Simpson, Leader Called and Gifted has sent this letter:
Dear Catechists and those particularly active in the parish,
You may have already seen the details, but please can I draw your intention to the visit to our diocese of Sherry Weddell, which doesn’t happen often! She is speaking at two events for the laity at the Basingstoke Country Hotel.
On Friday 18th May 2pm - 7pm she will be speaking about parish renewal and the practical, concrete steps that she has identified based on working with hundreds of parishes over the last 20 years. A few of our parishes will speak about what they are doing. The Bishop will be there too, having attended a clergy only event in the morning.
On Saturday 19th May 9.30am - 4.30pm Sherry will focus on the personal spiritual journey with an in-depth look at the five “thresholds” that people go through as they seek the Lord. This is the long pre-discipleship journey from distrust to what the Catechism calls a person’s “first and fundamental conversion”. CCC 1427 This is the point where you drop your nets and begin to follow Jesus consciously as His disciple in the midst of His Church. This is so important to hear about, both for ourselves and for all those we serve in the parish and help develop their faith.
Sometimes, as leader of Called and Gifted, I am asked “where is the fruit of the process?” and I can now point to a huge range of testimonies and stories of individuals discovering and using their charisms. For you, I would think that using Sherry’s threshold scheme to understand the spiritual development journey that adults typically go through, is a good way of showing the fruits of your work.
Each event is free and separate, and are being held at the Basingstoke Country Hotel, near Junction 5 of the M3. You do need to book a place as there is limited seating and you can do this through this link.
If anyone would like to stay overnight on the 18th at the hotel, we have negotiated a special rate of £55 for a single room and £60 for a double room, bed and breakfast. On Friday teatime, we will be offering a buffet supper, and would be grateful for a £5 donation at the time. On Saturday please can you bring a packed lunch. We will provide coffee and tea at the breaks.
Please don’t hesitate to contact me if you would like to know more.
Clare Simpson, Leader Called and Gifted. email@example.com
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 (www.millhillmissionaries.co.uk), 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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