Our faith community can be nourished by active participation in parish groups that meet for prayer, social action, Sacramental preparation, youth work and the support of others in the life the Church. To share our lives in these ways allows us to offer ourselves and draw strength from each other.
Please contact the Parish Office for further information.
For all Parish Hall Bookings contact AMOS on 07971 597 561 (between 10am and 10pm)
Serve at all Masses
Contact: Kevin Mendes Phone: 020 8803 6631 (Parish Office)
Arts and Crafts
Session is on a Wednesday, once a month, from 2pm until 3:30pm in St. Edmund’s Church Hall.
Contact: Amos Charles
For Girls Age 7-10 years
Time: Wednesday 6pm to 7.30pm
Location: Scouts and Guides Hall – entrance off Millbrook Road, behind the church
Activities: Fun, Badges, Games, Outings, Arts & Crafts and Church Parades
Website: Girl Guiding UK, Brownies
Contact: Susan Phagoo
Bookshop – Repository
After Sunday 8.00am, 9.15am, 10.30am and 12noon masses
Location: In Main Entrance to the Church
Contact: Frances Howard
There are 4 cleaning teams who clean the church before the weekend masses.
They normally meet, on rota, every Friday morning after the 9.15am mass.
Contact: Parish Office
Charismatic Prayer Group
Meet every Wednesday in the Presbytery at 7.30 pm for Prayer, Praise, & Worship with God.
Contact: Verona D’Souza
Singing regularly at the 10:30am Mass on Sundays and on special occasions.
Sunday 12 noon – Music Mass
Practise: Choir practise for the 10.30 am Sunday Mass is on Friday at 8.15 pm. in the Choir Loft.
The choir would welcome new members with a commitment to the Friday practise and 10.30 am Sunday sung Mass. Ability to read music is not essential.
For all children age 3-10 years
Time: At the 9.15am and 12.00noon Masses on Sunday.
Location: The children meet by the Sacristy before the start of Mass and they are led to the Presbytery for their own Children’s Liturgy.
Activities: The children have their own Liturgy of the Word and learn to pray, sing and work together on themes related to the readings for that Sunday.
Leaders: The Children’s Liturgy Group supervises and conducts these sessions.
Contact: Susan Phagoo
Fairtrade is about better prices, decent working conditions, local sustainability, and fair terms of trade for farmers and workers in the developing world.
Go on do your bit by buying and enjoying some Fairtrade products.
A Fairtrade Stall is open regularly in the Reconciliation Room at the back of the Church.
Distribute the Precious Body and Blood at Mass and bring communion to the Sick and Housebound.
Patients are visited every Tuesday evenings by a group of Eucharistic Ministers from 3.30 p.m. to 5.00 p.m. at the North Middlesex Hospital.
A Monthly Mass –Every 1st Tuesday in the month is held in the Multi- Faith Room (Chapel) at North Middlesex Hospital.
Contact: Parish Priest
Arrange the flowers in the church each week and also at all weddings.
Issues of Justice and Peace, how can we make a difference!
Website: Justice & Peace Network
Contact: Laurie Clarke
The Knights of St Columba are an Order of Catholic Laymen dedicated to the Service of the Church and fellow man. The Organisation, which is non-political and essentially democratic, exists to support the mission of the Catholic Church and at the same time to work for the spiritual and material good of its members and their families.
Contact: Eligius Erbankya 020 8805 2462
Born in Nigeria and Missing Home? Or just want to meet with fellow Nigerians – then join the Nigerian Group.
Contact: Gertrude Anifiobi
For girls 5-7 yrs. Pre-Brownies.
Time: Monday nights 6 to 7.00 pm
Location: Scouts and Guides Hall – entrance off Millbrook Road, behind the Church
Activities: Fun, arts & crafts, games and much more
Website: Girl Guiding UK, Rainbows
Contact: Susan Phagoo
The Rosary is prayed after the 9.15am mass and 12noon mass.
The Rosary Prayer Group meets on the 2nd Saturday of the month at 11am to 11.45am and is followed by the 12noon mass and Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament.
Website: How to Pray the Rosary
For Boys and Girls aged 10.5 to 15 years.
Time: Friday at 8:00pm
Location:Scouts and Guides Hall – entrance off Millbrook Road, behind the Church
Activities: Football, Badge work, Summer Camp etc.
Contact: Nancy Azavedo
St Edmund’s Ghanaian Community
Born in Ghana and Missing Home? Or just want to meet with fellow Ghanaians – then join the Ghanaian Community.
Contact: Berneice Sarsah 0208 364 7326
St. Edmund’s Manna
Group of people dedicated to helping the poor in Edmonton by distributing clothing, food etc.
Gifts of clothing, bric-a-brac, food etc welcome.
Contact: John Folliard 020 8805 5684
St. Edmund’s Hospitality Club
Meet every Wednesday from 2pm until 3:30pm in St. Edmund’s Church Hall.
Contact: John Narine
The St. Vincent Society meets every second Monday each month at 7:30pm in the Presbytery. They are a group of people dedicated to helping the poor in the Spirit of St. Vincent de Paul.
Contact: Amos Charles 07971 597 561