Parish Groups

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.

Legion of Mary

Meet in the room behind the sacristy on Tuesdays at 5:30pm

The meetings are ‘rooted’ in prayer, reporting on Legion work done since the last meeting, and discussion. The group sees as its priority ‘the spiritual and social welfare of each person’. Members of the group participate in the life of the parish through visitation of the sick, in their homes, nursing homes and in hospitals and ‘through collaboration in every apostolic and missionary undertaking sponsored by the parish. All Legion work is done in pairs. To learn more about the Legion of Mary go to

Charismatic Prayer Group

Meet in the Parish Centre on Thursdays at 7:30pm

Our Lady of Perpetual Help Prayer Group

Meet in the Church Crying Room  on Wednesdays at 7:00pm

St. Vincent de Paul Society

Meet in the room behind the sacristy on Fridays at 8:00pm

The St Vincent de Paul Society (SVP) is an international Christian voluntary organisation, providing direct practical assistance to anyone in need. The main purpose is to offer people the hand of friendship through befriending visits. The group of volunteers in our parish offer their spare time in helping others in the local community and surrounding area. If you, or if you know somebody who is lonely, housebound, struggling or in need of practical help and support then Our Lady’s SVP group will be able to help. To find out more about the Saint Vincent de Paul society please visit their website here:

Teams Of Our Lady

Teams of Our Lady is an international lay movement in the Catholic Church, designed to enrich marriage spirituality and make good marriages better. Teams provide a proven method of increasing and improving prayer life, which will help couples grow closer to God and each other.  At the same time, their family will reap the benefits as well.

A team is comprised of five to seven couples whose marriage is recognized in the eyes of the Catholic Church. The team meets one time per month, rotating from one home to another. If a couple’s home cannot accommodate the entire team, the group can meet in a church meeting room or outside, if possible. The team shares a simple meal, prayer, sharing on the endeavors, and a study topic. The endeavors are the heart of the spirit of Teams. The team becomes a close community that can inspire one another through their living examples of faith, and share with one another their struggles and successes on their way to holiness.

For more information please visit contact the Teams UK website  or email Piotr & Dzidzia Chodzko-Zajko: chodzkozajko@btinternet.