Welcome to St Peter’s Church.

We are a Roman Catholic church made up of the old church designed by Pugin, the new church and three church halls called the Pugin Rooms. I am the Parish Priest, Fr Michael, and I thank you for visiting our website.

MASS TIMES AND INTENTIONS

 

Save the date:

Fr Michael’s Leaving Do will be Saturday 17th July 2021 from 3-5pm in the Pugin Rooms.

                               

SUNDAY 13th June               9:00am Mass Parish

11th Sunday of the Year     11:00am Mass with Music and Little Liturgy Peter Tyler RIP

                                                       With Lemonade and cake at the prayer tree following Mass

                                                    5:30pm Mass

With refreshments at the prayer tree following Mass

 

MONDAY 14th June               10:00am Lacey Family

 

WEDNESDAY 14th June        10:00am Edith and Dennis Thomas RIP

 

FRIDAY 18th June                  10:00am

 

SUNDAY 20th June                9:00am Mass Yvette Nonin RIP

12th Sunday of the Year     With refreshments at the prayer tree following Mass

 

                                                    11:00am Mass with Music and Little Liturgy Parish

With refreshments at the prayer tree following Mass

 

                                                   5:30pm Mass

With refreshments at the prayer tree following Mass

                               

From now on Weekday Masses will be held every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday in the Old Church at 10am. Mass will be said for the parish during the week for Rachel Secker and Lieutenant Shortridge.

PLEASE PRAY FOR OUR SICK: Jeremy Rowe, the sick of the Mongan family, Eileen Ruane, Richard Galiano, and Jenny Pemberton.

 

ANNIVERSARIES: Please pray for those whose anniversaries occur about this time: Oonagh Trott, Canon Arthur Tillett, Mary Giannina Elam, Oliver Arthur Raymond Scovell, Phil Smith, and Lodovico Adami. May they rest in peace.

 

FR MICHAEL’S LEAVING DO Please join us for wine and nibbles on Saturday 17th July 2021 from 3-5pm in the Pugin Rooms. Non-alcoholic options will be available. There will be a sign up sheet in the porch next week if you would like to bring something.

 

SOCIALISATION AFTER MASS We are now promoting this community creating time around the prayer tree after every Mass. There will be a sign-up sheet in the porch if you would like to host something such as lemonade and cake. You can do this as a one off or on a rota basis. It does not have to be fancy – even iced tea is a big hit and costs only 2 tea bags and some sugar! Thank you to all who will come forwards to host this as it is such a blessing we can meet again and get to know one another in this lovely weather!

CANDLES collection will now be separated from the main collection and a collection box will be provided beside the candles of the New Church from next week.

SELF-CLEANING IN THE OLD CHURCH “If you stay to pray you spray” For Mass or for private prayer in the Old Church, please note this is now self-service cleaning. Spray and wipes and bin (by the candles) are provided for you to use to wipe regularly touched areas.

NEWSLETTER ENTRIES If have any entries, please send them on to Madeline at parish.stpetermarlow@

northamptondiocese.org by Thursday at 12noon be included in that Sunday’s newsletter.

St. Vincent de Paul Society Appeal The SVP Marlow Conference here at St. Peter’s has been active for .over 55

years. Unfortunately, in recent times, it has seen its membership dwindle, largely owing to issues such as age and

health among a number of its longest serving members. Two or three such members have left in the last year since the

onset of Covid. In order to continue and also to put in place a viable succession plan, we need to replenish these

numbers.We are therefore appealing to anyone who might be willing to join our Conference.

It is most rewarding work, looking out for the vulnerable within our local community, including those

who are alone or confined to Care Homes, by way of visits (Covid rules permitting), phone calls, errands

or other practical help.Also, over a long time, we have played the major role in organising three important events in the

Parish calendar, namely the Spring Lunch (February), the Bluebell Run (May) and the Parish Outing

(September). Any prospective new members are warmly invited to contact Malcolm Thomas (tel. M. 483450 or email:

malcolmthomas38@tiscali.co.uk).

PILATES AND ENERGY BALLS We have a spotlight on a parishioner’s business – this time is health focused!

Claire Hindley has been a parishioner since she arrived in Marlow in 2007; when she moved from North

Nottinghamshire to create the Dance Department at Sir William Borlase. Since then, Claire has married and had her 3

children baptised at St. Peter’s. She founded the Dance Department at Sir William Borlase. As a trained ballet and

contemporary dancer, Claire believes that skeletal alignment, posture and core stability are crucial to our wellbeing and

injury prevention. Claire offers private and group classes in Pilates, and welcomes all levels of ability and experience. If

you are interested see below and contact her for a FREE TRIAL group class.Mat Pilates open level classTuesday 6.30-

7.30pm St. Peter’s. R.C school: 7 week course starting on Tuesday 8 June. Email: claire@clairehindleypilates.com

Website: www.clairehindleypilates.com Instagram: @clairehindleylovespilates Phone: 07841119268 Claire’s

Amazeballs Furthermore, in the last 2 years Claire has set up a healthy snack business which produces homemade

healthy energy balls that taste amazing! She has won 2 Great Taste Star awards and is a finalist for the National Health

& Wellbeing Awards this year. Claire offers free local delivery of her boxes along with subscriptions. If you would like to

find out more visit:www.clairesamazeballs.com Insta: @clairesamazeballs Claire is offering 10% off for a one off box

purchase, or 25% off one months weekly box subscription, Email Claire to get your discount

code! lovelife@clairesamazeballs.com

CAFÉ MANAGER/FOOD PREP £22,000 + performance related bonus starting July/August 37.5 hours including Saturdays, job share considered The Ark Café is a brand new purpose built café located in Marlow Methodist Church. The café will be the corner stone of the community hub serving the people of Marlow. We are looking for an enthusiastic, friendly person with catering experience to lead our volunteer team and to help make this project a success. Applicants will need to work well with all ages and be responsible for managing and running a profitable café. Duties will include: menu selection and pricing, ordering, food prep, serving, team supervision, H&S and record keeping. Applicants should be sympathetic to the aims and values of the Methodist church. Please email pa@marlowmethodistchurch.org.uk for an application pack.

 

NEWSLETTER WRITING ROLE/PARISH SECRETARY ROLE AVAILABLE We are looking for new volunteers for the volunteer parish secretary duties to write and print the newsletter from August 8th when Madeline will retire from the role. Full training given if application submitted before July 15th. It is possible to do a volunteer sharing set up on a rota if we get enough interest. If you know someone who would be interested, or would like to help our church in this way yourself, please contact Madeline at parish.stpetermarlow@northamptondiocese.org.

PARISH GROUPS

 

THE SVP The purpose of this group is to befriend our local sick and lonely community members, providing company and a listening ear, especially important in the winter months. The St Vincent De Paul Society meets from 8.00pm – 9.00p.m. every other Monday evening virtually. New members are needed! Contact – Malcolm Thomas 01628 483450.

 

PARISH COUNCIL meet quarterly.

FINANCE COMMITTEE meet quarterly.

STEWARDING TEAM Meet monthly – next meeting is Saturday 10th July at 9:30am.

 

MISCELLANEOUS

 

FIRE AWARENESS The fire escape doors are indicated by green lights and are the doors to the porch, the doors to the old church, and the door to the right of the confessionals. The Fire Assembly Point is the east facing wall to the south of the new hall and is indicated by a large A on a red background.

FACE COVERINGS Please note that someone not wearing a mask is very likely to be exempt, those with certain seen or unseen disabilities or health conditions, or if putting on wearing or removing a face covering causes distress, or if they are children. Let’s be kind to our fellow parishioners regarding masks!

CONTACT DETAILS We are requested by the Diocese to offer to take your details upon entry and it is optional for you to give them. If you ticked the box to save your details, please let the stewards know your name. Or if not, the stewards will add you to the list for Contact tracing. This is so that if anyone falls ill with Coronavirus and comes to mass, others will be notified to self-isolate. Your details are safe, please ask a steward if you would like to remove yourself from the list.

FIRE AWARENESS The fire escape doors are indicated by green lights and are the doors to the porch, the doors to the old church, and the door to the right of the confessionals. The Fire Assembly Point is the east facing wall to the south of the new hall and is indicated by a large A on a red background.