St Annes Buxton & John Fisher & Thomas More Chapel
Tel Buxton 23777, Chapel 813491

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15th/16th Jan 2022

Second Sunday of the Year – Year C

SATURDAY 15th Jan
5:00 pm Live Streamed Mass at Chapel – Geoffrey Matthews RIP

SUNDAY 16th Jan
10:00 am Live Streamed Mass at Buxton - Gerard Kay RIP and Fr Dennis Higgins RIP
11:00 am Synodal meeting at St Anne's

MONDAY 17th Jan 10:00 am Mass at Buxton – Mario Delli-Colli RIP
5:00 pm Music group practice - Community Centre & 
 Zoom (ID 826 7299 6917 Passcode 011960) 

WEDNESDAY 19th Jan
10:00 am Mass at Chapel - for all the sick and self-isolating
12:00noon Christian Unity Week Prayer and refreshments at
Chinley Independent Church, hosted by Rev. Foday

THURSDAY 20th Jan
11:00 am Zoom Scripture meeting 
(ID 882 9524 6444 Passcode 682103) 
12:00noon Christian Unity Week Prayer and refreshments at Chinley Independent Church, hosted by Rev. Foday
7:00 pm First Communion Parent's meeting - Community Centre

FRIDAY 21st Jan

10:00 am Adoration at Chapel
10:00 am Mass at Buxton - Fr, Dennis Higgins RIP anniversary

SATURDAY 22nd Jan
11 am - 12noon Adoration at Buxton
5:00 pm Live Streamed Mass at Chapel – for all parishioners

SUNDAY 23rd Jan
10:00 am Live Streamed Mass at Buxton – Welcoming our First Communion families
6:00 pm Christian Unity Service at Buxton Methodist Church. All
welcome

PLEASE PRAY FOR Mary Dyer, Gae Kay’s sister, and John Purdy who both died in the Haddon Hall Nursing Home last week, and Sylvia Parker, Anne’s mother-in-law, who died in Glossop. John’s funeral will take place at St. Anne’s on 27th January at 2:00 pm.

PEACE SUNDAY TODAY
Pope Francis’ message for 2022 is called “Education, work and dialogue
between generations – tools for building lasting peace”. This provides a golden opportunity for families, schools and parishes to explore their role in peace-making. See www.paxchristi.org.uk

ST ANNE’S PARISH MEETING This Sunday we shall try to prioritise your suggestions made at the November meeting and begin to explore how we can put these into action in our parish so that we can become more outward-looking and more missionary. Please join us if you can!

FIRST COMMUNION WELCOME MASS
At next Sunday’s 10:00 am mass in St Anne’s, we have 21 families joining us, so we will be fuller than usual! Please make them all welcome. We will have a parent’s meeting this Thursday at 7:00 pm in the Community Centre to prepare for the mass.

CHOICES PREGNANCY AND EARLY PARENTHOOD COUNSELLING

I was surprised to hear from Graham Todd last weekend that up to 45% of pregnancies in the UK are ‘unplanned’. Thank you all for supporting this much needed local churches initiative. We contributed £146.00 at Chapel en le Frith and £160.00 at Buxton. Maybe we should think about continuing our support for them in the future? Did you subscribe to their bi-monthly email newsletter? It is available through their website: https://choices-counselling.org.uk

BUXTON 100 CLUB RENEWALS are now due. Over the past 2 years, we have generated £2980.00 which we will use this year to improve our ‘back-of-house’ areas by refurbishing and redecorating the toilet beyond the sacristy, the flower room, and the reconciliation room (confessional). There are still quite a few outstanding subscriptions so please make your payments as soon as possible.  If people do not renew their subscriptions, and membership decreases, we will need to reduce the prizes awarded at the end of each month. Any unpaid numbers will be removed before the next draw. Information and standing order forms are available at the back of the church. Please see Fabio, Margaret or Fr Gerry.

SECOND COLLECTION next weekend for the Sick and Retired Priests Fund.

CAFOD EMERGENCY AFGHANISTAN CRISIS APPEAL 

https://cafod.org.uk/Give/Donate-to-Emergencies/Afghanistan-Crisis-Appeal

COVID SAFETY
Thank you all for being so careful at church in both Buxton and Chapel. We all sanitise before and after mass, wear face coverings, and are careful about keeping a social distance. We are also keeping the doors of both churches open for ventilation, despite the cold! 

BANK DETAILS FOR STANDING ORDERS:
St Anne’s Buxton RCP: Sort Code 30-96-18: Account No. 00420334
SS John Fisher and TM Chapel RCP: Sort Code 30-92-59: Account No. 03351306
 

100 CLUB CHAPEL EN LE FRITH WINNERS – Joy Cameron - £50.00; Bryn Kelly - £25.00. 

100 CLUB BUXTON WINNERS - 1st prize No. 72 - £100.00 Bev Meredith; 2nd prize No. 27 - £30.00 Anne Johnston; 3rd prize No. 9 - £20.00 St Anne's Brownies. Thank you all for your support. Subscriptions for Buxton 2021-2022 are now due. 

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PAT FEENEY’S FAMILY WRITE 
“We send our sincere thanks for the many messages, cards and Mass Cards you have sent us and of course for the prayers of the Parish.  Thank you too for the donations which will be given to Blythe Hospicecare.  We thank all those who gathered outside the church for the funeral and also those who watched the Livestream.  Mam was very close to the Church and gained great strength and comfort from her worship and from the friends she formed over almost 60 years in Chapel. (Pat’s ashes will be buried beside Leo, her husband, at Rosses Point in Ireland.) 
 
SAFE SPACES  Support for survivors of church-related abuse. 
A free independent support service providing a confidential safe space for anyone who has been abused by someone in the church. 
Free helpline – 0300 3031056. E-mail safespaces@victimssupport.org.uk

Year Book 2013 2014

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Parish Year Book 2012 - 2013

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St. Anne's Parish Year Book 2011 - 2012

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St. Annes Parish Year Book 2009 - 2010

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St. Annes Parish Year Book 2008

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Flower Festival

Flower Festival Auction of Promises
Grand Total raised for the Flower Festival £1,812.37
 
Many thanks to everyone who helped, particularly to Mike who acted as Auctioneer with great humour and skill and some wonderful individual bids undoubtedly came as a result of his gentle cajoling. Thanks also to Bruce who dealt with the bids, to Angela and Aileen for doing the refreshments, to Rob for all the printing and to Fr Dennis for all the advance publicity.  Last but not least, thanks to everyone who kindly donated an item to auction or who bid for one or more of the lots.
We shall have a truly wonderful Flower Festival. We shall display a full list of the lots, donors & money raised at the back of the church from this evening.
 
Best wishes, Margaret Robinson