LAUNCH OF TOP PERFORMING ARTS ACADEMY IN ST.ANNES We are exited to announce that there will be a top class Performing Arts Academy housed here at Our Lady, Star of the Sea. STARMAKER is a chain of leading Performing Arts Academies in the Northwest, offering exceptional dancing, singing and acting training. With success academies already located in Poulton and Thornton-Cleveleys, we believe that every student should get the chance to shine, gain confidence, improve literacy and communication skills, and have fun, whilst learning new performance skills. We are connected to a Manchester based Casting and Modelling Agency and will be looking for potential talent to sign up to agency. Our student's credits include Playstation, KFC, Merlin and CBBC. The academy will open it's doors on Tuesday January 27th with a FREE Open Day where there will be free workshops and giveaways including memberships and t-shirts! The Open Day will run 4:30pm - 6:30pm and we urge all you budding starlets to attend. The Epiphany of the Lord th 4 January 2015 (B) – Mass Book Pg 118 MASS INTENTIONS th Sunday 4 09.30 People of the Parish 11.00 Eileen Draper 18.30 Deceased Gale Family th If you’re 4 to 18 and want to get involved in performing arts in a funky, fresh and vibrant atmosphere, then STARMAKER is the place for you! For further information contact Emma on 07724663246 or [email protected] WEEK OF PRAYER FOR CHRISTIAN UNITY. th th The annual week of prayer for Christian Unity takes place January 18 – 25 . A group of clergy from the local churches have started meeting together and hope to share once again what we can in the life and worship of our community. To further this in the week of prayer there will be A Joint Ecumenical Service at th St. Thomas’ Church on Sunday 18 January at 6.00 p.m. The clergy will also th be exchanging pulpits on Sunday 25 January. Rev Bill Gillan will be preaching at the morning Service at St. Thomas’ Church and at 9.30 a.m. we will welcome Reverend Richard Jevons from St. Annes Baptist Church who will speak at that Mass. Please try to support this Ecumenical initiative. Monday 5 10.00 John Booker th Tuesday 6 10.00 Margaret Mercer (School attending this Mass) th Wednesday 7 10.00 Edward Ellett R.I.P. th Thursday 8 10.00 Peggy & Rod Beirne th Friday 9 10.00 Margaret Holden th Saturday 10 12.00 Terrence Studdart th Your News! Please email [email protected] for news to be included in the bulletin or website. Alternatively, pass onto Paulina in the Church Office. Sunday 11 09.30 People of the Parish 11.00 Mary Frances Griffiths 18.30 Catherine Riley R.I.P. PLEASE PRAY FOR All who are sick and housebound and especially Rose Moss, Norah Ince, Rose Wilson, Rita Campbell, Paddy Staunton, Hilary Tapley, Jack Halstead, Mary Hollingsworth, Joyce Tomlinson, Joan Dalton, Fr John Marsh, Pauline Coleman, Stephen Carlisle, Monica Fogarty, Norah Osborn, Peter Gaffney, Irene Hickton, Ray Heffernan, Vincent Nelson, Elaine Anne Acton-Reid, Bill Murphy, Sr Mary Michael, Janet Andrews, Rosemary Saddington, Robert Chatterton, Paul Bowker, Kevin McDonough, Peter McCabe, Helen Tittle, Ada Platt, Teresa Earnshaw, Bob Blundell, Agnes & Gerard Curley, Adam Crosby. All who died recently especially Michael Matthews, Veronica McLaughlin, Edward Ellett. And whose anniversaries are at this time Tony Atherton, Paul Blendowski, Felix Leddy, Helen Gara, Bernadette Murphy, Cissie McKay, Terence Cox, Mary Hughes, Isabel Barlow, Gerry Kelly, Mary Goodwin, Eileen Hutchinson, James O’Dea, Ellen Pilkington, Wilfred Anderton, Leo De Coutere, Edward (Ted) Bartell. May they Rest in Peace. Amen. Parish Welcome We welcome into the Parish Community Christabell Maria Lee who was Baptised here last weekend. Parish Centre Bookings/Enquiries: 07759 144537 TODAY’S READINGS OTHER LITURGIES Cn. Peter Hart | Rev. Bill Gillan 2 St. Annes Rd East, St. Annes On Sea, FY8 1UL. Presbytery: 01253 274809 Office: 01253 274639 E: [email protected] W: www.ourladystarofthesea.co.uk A Parish in the R.C. Diocese of Lancaster. Registered Charity Number 234331. Reading 1- Isa 60:1-6 Psalm- 71:1-2, 7-13 r. cf. 11 Reading 2- Eph 3:2-3a, 5-6 Gospel Acc.- Matt 2:2 Gospel- Matt 2:1-12 Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament- Before 10.00 Weekday Mass / Saturday 11.00 - 12.00 Morning Prayer- Before Mon to Fri 10.00 Mass 09.45 Holy Rosary- Saturday 11.30 Confessions- Saturday 11.30-12 / Sunday 18.00-18.30 Parish Finance Last week’s collection raised £760.07 for Parish Funds. Thank you. Newcomer’s Welcome New to the parish? Please say hello to our Parish Priest. Plus, don’t forget to fill in one of our welcome cards. Rite of Christian Initiation of Adults If you are considering becoming a Catholic or interested in discovering what Catholic life offers, please call Sr Mary on 724189 or Fr Peter. S.V.P. If you know of anyone who would like a visit from a member of the local S.V.P. Conference, please let Canon Peter or Deacon Bill know. English Language Lessons If you are interested in attending the new term and/or you would like further information, please contact Frank on 01253 731292. Ideas Welcome! The Social Committee is always open to new ideas for what parishioners would like us to put on at the centre. Catch any one of us at Mass with your suggestions or call Ann -728819. New Senior Choir Members Urgently Needed We desperately need more choir members for our Senior Choir for 11.00am Masses on Sundays. Can you help? If anyone is able to volunteer please let Fr Peter know, and, or, contact Ian Curley direct telephone number 01253 721345. Gap Year Gap Year opportunities with the Youth Service at Castlerigg Manor. Now recruiting for September 2015. Check out all details at www.castleriggmanor.co.uk or contact Fr Phillip on 017687 72711. Lourdes Pilgrimage – Youth Section Applications close at the end of January. Coach and flight options available. Fundraising opportunities available to help. Sign up at www.castleriggmanor.co.uk Reminder To everyone to check and collect their Christmas cards from the box in the church porch, thank you. There are several unclaimed ones in the box. 200 Club winners The winners at the December draw of the 200 Club were: Jane Robinson Maureen Fallon RIP Leo Appleton £170 £44 £22 The next draw will be at the Coffee Morning on Friday 23 January at 11.00am. Parish Centre Classes - Hatha Yoga Class. Tuesdays 9.3011.00am. A yoga practice for all levels and abilities. Beginners welcome. Cost £6 per class. - Ballroom and Sequence Dancing to live music. Every Tuesday 2.004.00pm. Admission £4 includes tea/coffee. All welcome. Next Sunday There will be a White Flower Appeal for SPUC (Society for protection of the Unborn Child) after all Masses. Two Dates for your 2015 Diary! There will be an event on Thursday 15th January in the Parish Centre at which we plan to raise awareness of, and organise discussion on, the “Christian View on Fracking”. This event is supported by the Lancaster Diocese Peace and Justice Commission. More information soon. Please make a note in your diary if you want to join us. A CAFOD fundraising event is also to take place early in the year. Make a note of Wednesday 21st January. Entertainment by Moorland Folk. Details to follow soon. Churches Together in Lancashire Forum & AGM - Tuesday 20/01/15 St Cuthbert’s Church Fulwood, Lytham Road, Preston, PR2 3AR. 7.00pm – 9.00pm. Churches and groups are invited to attend the Forum and take part in the ‘marketstall’ to share with the County their work of mission and ministry. Tim Keightley, CEO of The Foxton Centre, will make a short presentation about the inspiring work of this excellent social action project. The event will be attended by leaders of each denomination in the County and will be an opportunity to engage in meaningful discussion and mutual encouragement. For more info, call The Revd Anton Müller, Ecumenical Facilitator on 07919 438 413. A Parish Success! Thanks to one and all who supported the Big Band Christmas Party which was held in the Parish Centre. It was a HUGE success. “Switched on Swing” excelled themselves – with fantastic music and plenty of Christmas spirit. Many, many thanks go to every one of their members. And while we all had a super time, we also made a healthy £300 profit which helps to offset the costs of running the centre (we’re going through a very expensive time right now!). And now another THANK YOU! Sincere thanks go to our Amateur Operatic Society (AOS) for their very welcome cheque for £500, presented to the centre at the fabulous Knights of St Columba (KSC) Carol Concert on 19th December. Every penny raised by the hard work, dedication and enthusiasm of our AOS. The centre welcomes and appreciates gifts like this so much. (By the way, thanks to KSC too - the concert was amazing.) And finally – The monthly Coffee Morning group has also been steadily raising a few funds to try and offset the costs which we occur at the centre every month. So we too are able to offer a humble £50 from our coffers. Many thanks to our regular supporters throughout the year. Please keep supporting us – and do share any ideas for improving the Coffee Morning. Volunteers are always so welcome. Please ring Ann on 728819 if you want to be involved this year. We’d love to have you.
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