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CAP (Christians Against Poverty)

run a regular Job Club

click here for JOBCLUB Spring TimeTabel

JOB CLUB SPRING TIMETABLE
Please phone 07473004435 for more information

or email juliasarson@capuk.org
for more information about the work of Christians Against Poverty capuk.org

Debt Advice

The following organisations will provide free, independent and confidential budgeting and debt advice.

CHRISTIANS AGAINST POVERTY

Telephone 08003280006 to find debt centre nearest to you

NATIONAL DEBTLINE 
Freephone 08088084000, Monday to friday. 9.00am-1.00pm

BUSINESS DEBTLINE

Freephone 0800197026 Monday to Friday 9:00am – 5:30pm

STEP CHANGE

Call 08001381111 (Monday to Friday 8.00am-8.00pm, Saturday 8.00am-4.00pm)

CITIZENS ADVICE   to search for a local bureau
CITIZENS ADVICE ONLINE   to try their online service

WORKING, JOBS AND PENSIONS

DEPARTMENT OF WORKS AND PENSIONS

has Government advice you can trust, on many topics. Telephone 0345 606 0265.

 

BENEFITS

TURN 2 US
Benefits search, grants search and information and resources on income maximisation.

HOUSING OR HOMELESSNESS

SHELTER

free Housing Advice Helpline, telephone 

If you have questions regarding any of the above,
please phone
 02081942302 or email Krysia Carr at
pastoral.coordinator@ealingabbey.org

helping ROUGH SLEEPERS

Winter is here … 

if you have identified a rough sleeper, and feel you would like to help, then please read the following important information:

HOW TO HELP A ROUGH SLEEPER

if you would like more information, or to report someone sleeping rough at nigh, please contact STREETLINK by clicking below:

streetlink@homelesslink.org.uk

THE PASSAGE

The Passage is raising funds for their work helping the homeless during winter. You can give via the link below:

THE PASSAGE WEBPAGE

 

CAFOD - Just one world

Your Support in Action

CAFOD Westminster is looking for volunteers, who care about global poverty, to help us inspire others to act here, so we can tackle poverty and injustice across the developing world.
Are you a people-person who would relish involving and encouraging others? Are you a good communicator who would enjoy speaking about our work in a Parish or School? 
 Please get in touch with us on westminster@cafod.org.uk  or 020 8449 6970 to find out more and book a place on one of our CAFOD online information sessions.

Justice & Peace

Westminster has become an accredited Fairtrade Diocese

The Justice and Peace Group share some good news:

Dear Friends, 

In the February E-Bulletin we shared the good news that Westminster has become an accredited Fairtrade Diocese.  

That means over half of our communities are registered as Fairtrade Parishes, along with a number of Catholic Schools in the Diocese. We want to thank everyone who played a part in getting the awards for your Parishes and sustaining a commitment to fair trading for small farmers worldwide over many, many years. Now is the chance to celebrate all that hard work!  

We are therefore cordially inviting you to attend an Online Celebration and Social on Friday 5th March 2021, from 11.00-11.45am. 

Register with Eventbrite 

Please join us to hear a message of congratulations from Cardinal Vincent Nichols and to share stories of how the Award was achieved.  

We would also like you to bring along your own Fairtrade refreshments  – tea, coffee, cake, biscuits, fruit, chocolate – to enjoy during the event and to show in a collective screenshot for publicity (and the archives) afterwards. 

For more information click on “Register with Eventbrite” above

 

 

Vinnie Packs

The St Vincent de Paul Society have assembled nearly 12,000 packs for the homeless and have distributed them throughout England and Wales. Each Vinnie Pack contains a thermal hat, thermal gloves two pairs of thermal socks, toothpaste, toothbrush, wet wipes, Pavement magazine, pen and information sheet and 5,000 of the packs have a reusable face mask included. The contents of each Vinnie Pack cost around £3.50 and donations to sponsor packs would be most welcome. Donations can be transferred to SVP Vinnie Packs, a/c 46088237 sort code 60-60-04 or cheques made out to SVP can be sent to Vinnie Packs, PO Box 72264, London SW1P 9EZ .

Any assistance is really appreciated, Best wishes
Siobhán, SVP Vinnie Pack Project

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Parish Confession Times

Reconciliation

Below are the times when the Sacrament of Reconciliation is offered in the Parish. If you have been away from the Sacrament for some time and you’re feeling anxious, just let the priest know and they will guide you. If you would prefer, because you’ve been away, you can arrange to meet with a priest outside of the Parish Confession times. Just fill in the form below and we will be in touch.

The Sacrament of Confession is currently not available at our normal times. However, we can announce that the Sacrament of Confession will now be available on Saturdays 10:00am – 11:00am.

The Sacrament of Reconciliation is available in the Church at the following times:

Saturday

10:00 – 11:00 AM

Thursday

Saturday



8:00 – 8:30 PM

10:00 – 11:00 AM

4:00 – 5:00 PM

7:00 – 7:25 PM

Starting Friday 19th March,