After the events of the last few years, the Cathedral community continues to reflect and look for ways in which we can move forward together.
As you will know, the importance of having up to date information for all in our regular community – parishioners and those who regularly worship here – has never been more important.
From next weekend, and for the next four weekends, all community members will be asked to fill in an online census form. This census should only take 2 – 5 minutes to complete.
Help from volunteers and clergy will be available for those who may struggle to fill in the form online.
All data will be managed according to Archdiocesan GDPR guidelines, a link to which is included in the questionnaire.
The Golden Book of Remembrance
For the past 50 years generous donors have been giving to the cost of the Cathedral, and asking for a remembrance at Mass for themselves, members of their families and their friends, by way of an inscription in the Golden Book which is situated in its own special Chapel in the Cathedral. Due to long term sickness the Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King is looking for a volunteer to help out with enquires and to process inscriptions in the Golden Book Office for approx. 1-2 days a week. If you enjoy dealing with members of the public, are organised, with a good sense of attention to detail, and have a few hours a week that you could put to good use this may be the volunteer role for you. If you are interested in learning more please contact Claire Hanlon, Executive Assistant to the Dean on 0151 7099222 extension 201 or email email@example.com
Due to the Organ Restoration Project and the scaffold due to go up around the Blessed Sacrament Chapel once again, we are having to transfer our daily Masses to a different location than usual.
Our usual weekday timetable has now resumed.
For next week please note:-
Monday 2 May 2022
Mass at 10.00am in the Lady Chapel
Tuesday 3 May – Friday 6 May
8am Mass will in the Crypt Chapel
12.15pm Mass will be in the Lady Chapel
5.00pm Mass will be in the Lady Chapel
St Vincent de Paul Society
(SVP) are an international volunteering organisation that give practical help and support to those in need. They are looking for volunteers to support their vibrant schools programme that helps children put their faith into action. Volunteers are required to support teachers and talk to students about how they can be involved. The role is flexible but does need people with some availability during school hours (at least 2 mornings or afternoons per month). Full training is given, resources are supplied and costs are covered. If you are interested and would like to know more, please register for an introduction zoom ‘open evening’ on 9th May or a zoom ‘open afternoon’ on 19th May with no commitment required at this stage. Register on Eventbrite (www.eventbrite.co.uk) and search for SVP Open.