This Guidance is offered by the Bishops' Conference to the Dioceses of England and Wales as the country moves into Step 4 of the Government's Covid-19 Response Roadmap. This comes into effect on Monday, 19 July 2021

Allotment Open Day

PARISH ALLOTMENT:  A date for your diary, there's an Open day at the Parish Allotment on Sunday 1st August 2021 2pm to 4pm. The allotment is Plots 14A/B & 15A at Meadow Lane, Long Eaton, NG10 2FQ (Beyond the level crossing) (w3w: ///placed.proof.pill)

Come along and see the Parish Allotment which has helped raise over £1,200 for Kaoma  during Lockdown and supplied produce to parishioners and St Johns Church ‘Wednesday Free Meals’. A lot has changed since the last Open Day as you will see!

Guidance for parishes as lockdown eases

News from Justice & Peace, and Caritas, in the Nottingham Diocese

Public Mass can now take place. Needless to say that we still need to be aware of the need to follow the guidelines that we have in place and to remember to use the hand sanitisers, wear face coverings and maintain the 2 metre social distancing rule. Please remember that you will still need to book to come to Masses using the Diocesan booking system. Details of how to book for Mass can be found on the Diocesan Website by following the link below where you will first need to Sign Up (if
you haven’t already done so) in order to book for Mass.

Mass will be available at The Assumption, Beeston on Sundays, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays and, at St Francis, Long Eaton on Tuesdays, all at 10:00 am. The Sunday obligation continues to be suspended, so if you are unsure about coming along, do not feel under any obligation to do so; and if you or someone in your household, displays symptoms of Covid19, then please do stay at home.

Fratelli Tutti

The God Who Speaks in this time of Coronavirus - a rich treasury of readings, meditations etc to comfort and enrich

"We should all have the humility of certain elderly people who, in church, perhaps because their hearing is no longer acute, recite quietly the prayers they learned as children, filling the nave with whispers. That prayer does not disturb the silence, but testifies their fidelity to the duty of prayer, practised throughout their lives without fail. These practitioners of humble prayer are often the great intercessors in parishes: they are the oaks that from year to year spread their branches to offer shade to the greatest number of people. Only God knows when and how much their hearts have been united to those prayers they recited: surely these people too had to face nights and moments of emptiness. But one can always remain faithful to vocal prayer. It is like an anchor: one can hold on to the rope and remain, faithful, come what may."
extract from
Pope Francis - GENERAL AUDIENCE Wednesday, 21 April 2021 Catechesis on prayer - 30. The vocal prayer




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PARISH PRIEST: Fr. Christopher A Thomas    0115 922 8145 

PARISH DEACON: Rev. Chris Stevens   0115 808 5428 

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Update on Covid-19 and Vaccination:  the Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales  have now issued a statement on COVID-19 vaccination (3rd December 2020) which can be found on the CBCEW website. 


The Catholic Bishops' Conference have issued guidance on Celebration of Mass and Confession
This Guidance is offered to the Dioceses of England and Wales as the country moves into Step 4 of the Government's Covid-19 Response Roadmap. This comes into effect on Monday, 19 July 2021.