Church Hall Hire

Please contact Izabela Hartshorn on 07876 363431 or on izahartshorn450@interia.pl



The Parish Council asked for information on this.

There are three methods – in the hand, on the tongue, or by intinction.

The directive of the Bishops’ Conference for England and Wales reads: if Communion under both kinds is given by intinction (which is not recommended in England and Wales) the communicant may choose to receive under the form of bread only. When communion in the form of intinction is given, the following formula is said, “The Body and Blood of Christ” and the communicant responds “Amen”.

Intinction can only be administered by a minister and may not be self-administered.

Foodbank

If you wish to continue to support the Foodbank during the Coronavirus outbreak you can make a donation by text or via Mastercard.

For further information click on the following link:

Trussell Trust Donation and follow the instructions.

Alternatively, you can send a donation by post to:

Doncaster Foodbank c/o Mrs Shirley Donnelly,
Trussell Trust Foodbank,
Christ Church,
Thorne Road,
Doncaster,
DN1 2HG.

The Foodbank still has a collection point at the Tesco Extra Supermarket at Balby.

Diary Dates - At a Glance  

HOLY HOUR - Every Friday at 3pm 

 Please see newsletter for updates.

The 200 Club

See Newsletter for winners.

Please remember to notify any change of address via the office or one of the Deacons.

After many years of service Angela & Paul Linney are handing over the administration of the 200 Club to Garry Thickett. We thank you both for all your hard work.

If you are interested in joining the scheme he can be contacted on 01302 539157 or garrythickett@aol.com

Membership is £2 monthly by standing order.

Further information can be found on the parish website under 'Parish Life' http://www.stpauls.co.uk

 

Sick and Housebound

If you know anybody who is sick or housebound and would like to receive Holy Communion please contact Father Evangelist or Deacons Bill and Chris.

 

 

Standing Order Forms

We are having a drive to increase the numbers of parishioners who can give their collection by Standing Order.

The forms are in the Porch – and include, for those who pay tax, a Gift Aid declaration. There are benefits both for yourselves and for us.

Thank you for your continuing generosity.

Parish Website

Please note the new web address for the website is

http://www.stpaulscantley.co.uk.

We also have a new email address linked to the web site:

office@stpaulscantley.co.uk

If you would like anything adding to the Website please contact Dave George via email:

davegeorge1970@sky.com

Gift Aid Donations

If you are a tax payer but do not currently gift aid your donations please consider doing so, as they will then be worth an additional 25% to the parish.

Gift aid declarations are available in the entrance hall and may be completed at any time during the tax year and returned to Fr Evangelist or Deacons Bill & Chris.

Parish Group Emails

If you have not already joined our Parish Group E-Mail system.

All you have to do is to send an e-mail with your name, address and e-mail address to office@stpaulscantley.co.uk

You will then receive occasional e-mails regarding forthcoming events, times of Masses and Services at Christmas, Holy Week and Easter, etc.

We promise that your e-mail address will not be disclosed to any third party.

Going in to Hospital

Due to strict data protection rules, it is essential, that when you go into hospital, to indicate on your details or those of your relative are passed on to the Catholic Chaplain.

Also state that you or your relative would like the Catholic Chaplain to visit you.

The Chaplain visits the wards during the week and an on-call service in case of emergency is available.

Finance

Whilst you may not be able to donate in person, you can donate via standing order from your bank.

Email the office for a Standing Order Form. Remember to tick the Gift Aid Box if you are a UK Taxpayer.

Card Donations Online

Whilst you may not be able to donate in person, we still rely upon donations to help keep St Pauls going and to keep providing help and pastoral care to the members of our parish.

There is a new way of donating, we are now able to accept donations by debit and credit cards. If you wish to donate, please click on the link below:

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