Our goal is to fight poverty in all its forms through practical assistance, such as our local offices, shops, resource centres, housing, daycare and holiday schemes. We offer non-judgemental assistance, based on the needs of the individual or family.
We balance a program of prayer and service, working to meet the spiritual and more practical needs of the community. Our work includes prison ministry, visiting the sick or aged, religious education and more!
We exist to meet the spiritual, physical, emotional and educational needs of the young people of our community. We provide the space that young people need to build resilience and become leaders who go on to positively impact their local communities.
Our Seniors' Lunch Group exists to serve the elderly in our community, giving them a space where they experience the hospitality and can share a good meal. The group meets on Mondays & Thursdays from 12.30am in the Parish Hall. For more information contact the parish office.
We aim to help people who have suffered the loss of a loved one and are bereaved and grieving. Our group visits the bereaved a number of weeks after the death of a loved one. To join us, you must complete a training course. For more information contact the parish office.
We are a fellowship of alcoholics dedicated to abstinence-based recovery from alcoholism. Our meetings are strictly for those who have, or think they have, a drinking problem. We meet on Tuesdays and Fridays from 10am - 11.30am in the parish hall.
Our Schola Cantorum (‘school of singers’) comprises boys aged between 8 and 19 and they provide the music for our 11.00am Sunday Mass and other liturgies throughout the year.
We need people willing to be trained and to join a rota for proclaiming the Liturgy of the Word at Mass. If you are interested in reading please contact the parish office
Our care teams help to keep our Cathedral beautiful and hospitable to newcomers, if you would like to know more please contact the parish office.
The men and women of the Cathedral Choir sing sacred music for our masses and help to make our liturgies beautiful. To learn more or join the choir please contact the parish office.
We need people who would be willing to be trained and commissioned by the bishop to help with the distribution of Holy Communion both at Mass and to the housebound. If you know someone who can not attend Mass regularly please contact the parish office.
If you want to get involved with any of our groups, simply get in touch.
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