St Chad’s is an Anglican Parish in the Catholic Tradition of the Church of England.The Eucharist is at the centre of our worshiping life and it is celebrated with the richness and solemnity which appeals to all the senses.The Family Mass at 10.15am on Sundays is the main gathering for the parish community. Music is a mixture of traditional and modern and the Eucharist is offered with full Catholic ceremonial.The children meet in the Church Hall for the first part of the service and join the congregation during the offertory.Coffee is served after the Mass and there is an opportunity to stay and chat.
Sunday 14th Palm Sunday
8.30am Low Mass
10.15am Family Mass starts in the Church
Thursday 18th Maundy Thursday
7.30pm Mass of the Lord’s Supper followed by Watch of Prayer before
the Blessed Sacrament (Closes at Midnight)
Friday 19th Good Friday
9.00am Morning Prayer and Watch of Prayer before the Blessed Sacrament (Restarts)
12noon Stations of the Cross
7.30pm Celebration of the Lord’s Passion
Saturday 20th Holy Saturday
7.00pm Easter Vigil with the First Mass of Easter
Sunday 21st Easter Sunday
8.30am Low Mass
10.15am Family Mass
To complement the generous donations of wool we have received to date to help St Chad’s & Friends KNIT & NATTER group grow, we are putting in place a WOOL BANK. This is exactly what it is: a place and opportunity for people to deposit/ donate wool that the group can use in their projects. You may have unwanted wool at home, or you may see a ‘bargain not to be missed’ when you are out shopping.
This idea enables more people to become involved with something wonderful that has evolved over the last 12 months. We would like any donations, any quantity, even odd balls of DOUBLE KNITTING or ARAN weight wool please. We continue to support the Neo Natal Units at Newcross and Birmingham Women’s Hospitals but have some new additional projects for this year. More details available soon.
So Please spread the word and help our group grow with donations of wool
Further information available from Kaye B or Paul L