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20th April, The Resurrection of the Lord

Dear Parishioners and Visitors   Welcome as we gather to celebrate the Resurrection of the Lord today. If somebody you know had told you they heard that an acquaintance of both of you who had died recently was seen on Frimley High Street, what wou...

13th April, Palm Sunday

Dear Parishioners and Visitors   “Today we gather with the whole church for the beginning of the celebration of Our Lord’s Paschal Mystery i.e. his Passion and Resurrection.” (Mass Book). In the ceremonies and liturgy that follows, we have our own...

6th April, Fifth Sunday of Lent

Dear Parishioners and Visitors             Today’s gospel seems to be located in a strange place by the church. Here we are preparing for the final stages of Lent and especially the last days of Jesus’ life. It was all doom and gloom at the househ...

30th March, Fourth Sunday of Lent - Laetare Sunday

Dear Parishioners and Visitors             These Lenten Scripture Readings are contemporary examples of the riches of scripture, and how much of a struggle every generation has in applying the Word of God and present-day culture to our lives. Toda...

23rd March, Third Sunday on Lent

  Dear Parishioners and Visitors, Sometimes we are lucky enough to meet in scripture texts that speak to our time as if it came from the newsrooms of Fleet Street or Canary Wharf. Today’s gospel is one such text. it is not moralising about the wom...

16th March Second Sunday in Lent

Dear Parishioners and Visitors             Today’s gospel is the familiar occasion that we usually call the Transfiguration of the Lord. This is the beginning of his journey up to Jerusalem as set out in Matthew’s Gospel. So, Jesus goes off up the...

9th March, First Sunday of Lent

Dear Parishioners and Visitors             We are on our Lenten journey.  We have heard today’s reading over and over again.  Have they changed us?  Is it all about then (Adam and Jesus) and not now?             I was particularly taken by the sta...

2nd March, Seventh Sunday in Ordinary Time

Dear Parishioners and Visitors             The final words of today’s gospel, “so do not worry about tomorrow; tomorrow will take care of itself...”. Jesus was speaking to the disciples, but for them and for us we can reply, “easier said than done...

16th February 6th Sunday in Ordinary Time

Dear Parishioners and Visitors,          We really have no understanding of the mixed views that were in circulation about Jesus in his time. But it is patently obvious that, as he bridged that time and attempted to move people to a more complete ...

9th February, 5th Sunday in Ordinary Time

  Dear Parishioners and Visitors, St Paul speaks to me today in a way that reassures me that no matter how inadequate my reflections are it is ultimately not my words, much less may opinions (and I have plenty of them) that matter. Seminary traini...
RBL CORPS OF DRUMS – RECRUITING NOW The Royal British Legion is forming a Corps of Drums which is a military style Marching Band. They are looking for male and female recruits aged 14 yrs and above. No musical knowledge is necessary as everything will be taught. Instruments and uniforms will be provided. First practise session is Sunday 15 January 2012 at 1000-1200 hours in the RBL Farnborough, 51 Cambridge Road East, Farnborough, GU16 7RF. Why not join us? Call Major Kevin Tompkins on 07876688977 or just turn up on 15 January.