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Family reunion coming up? Planning a seminar? Launching a dance class?


The St Peters Church Halls offers three separate spaces for hire – two large halls and a smaller room & fully equipped kitchen.

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We are holding a stay and play morning on Friday 29th November from 9:30am to 10:45am. Visits to the school are always welcome, to arrange a convenient day please contact Mrs Sandalls on 016828 72116 or email


FAITHFUL DEPARTED Please pray for the repose of the soul of Adam Charnaud. His Requiem Mass takes place in the Old Church at 12noon on Tuesday 3rd December. Pray too for Edmund Weeks whose Requiem Mass takes place on Tuesday 10th December at 12:30pm. May their souls and the souls of all the faithful departed, through the mercy of God, rest in peace. Amen.



Children of School Year 8 and above who would like to be confirmed by the Bishop at the service on Wednesday 10 June 2020 will need to write a letter of request direct to Father Michael in their own hand. Be sure to include your name, address, e-mail, and phone number. The approximate date of your baptism should be included if you were baptised at St Peters or a copy of your certificate if baptised elsewhere. Classes will begin on Saturday 29 February 2020 at 4:30pm in the Pugin Rooms. Contact Penny Bedingfield on 01628486579 or by email at



Saturday 7th December 2019 St. Peter’s School are holding their Christmas Fair on Saturday 7th December at the school from 11am to 2pm. Please put the date in your diary. If anyone would like to have a stall at the fair please contact Mrs Bowler or Miss McCluskey on 01628472116 or email


THE LONDON RUN TEAM  Over the years the homeless in London whom we serve have been blessed by your generosity at Christmas. Once again we are collecting for our annual Christmas run in the Pugin Rooms on the afternoon of Monday 16th December 12-6pm. As last year, we are appealing for donations of new items of underwear, socks, hats, gloves, scarves, and all toiletries such as shower gel, shampoo, deodorant, shave gel, razors, toothbrushes, and toothpaste, We will also be receiving any unwanted sleeping bags and rucksacks. You can know that every item donated will be taken directly to those in need. With many thanks for your continuing support. God Bless.


NEW TO CHURCH: A big welcome to any visitors or new parishioners. We are very happy to have you join us!


TO BOOK A MASS INTENTION Post your request with the offering through the Rectory door, see Fr Michael after Mass, or email the parish email address.


BAPTISMS take place on the first Sunday of the month. Parents please phone to arrange to come and see Father Michael to prepare for baptism and book the date of the baptism at that meeting.


COLLECTIONS: £705 last week plus £480 Standing Orders. Second collection for sick and Retired Priests - £535.  Thank you!


ANNIVERSARIES  Please pray for those whose anniversaries occur about this time:  Cecilia Smith, Elspeth Orchard, Valerian Vaz, William Kirkwood, Eleanor Hackett, Ellen O’Sullivan, Icida Valladres, Bernard John Mulady, John (Sean) Fox,, Kathleen O’Callaghan, Adea Arb, Doris Barnett.    May they rest in peace.


CLEANING ROTA: Margaret Kitto, Sandra Lunn, Sheila Appleton


TWA GROUP We will be holding our annual produce and craft sale on Sunday 24th November in the Pugin Rooms from 9am to 1pm. Please come and buy our delicious cakes and preserves and beautiful handmade craft items. We will be serving teas and there will be a raffle. You will be helping us to support mothers and families in the developing world. Looking forward to seeing you!


13 DEC - MUM2MUM TALK -  Pugin Rooms. Friday, 13th December 12.30 p.m.:  How to Prevent Mom Burnout Through Self-care. Are you exhausted looking after little ones, big ones, your partner, elderly relative(s), or even paying more attention to work than to yourself? Being a mom means putting others’ needs ahead of your own, but take it from me, if you don’t make a real effort to put yourself first when you get the chance, your health, wellbeing, or sanity is at stake. Join us as I go through some tips to avoid caretaker burnout by practicing good self-care and setting up your own self care plan. Talk initiated by Madeline. All welcome!

For more information please visit, Mum2Mum in Marlow on Facebook or email Levi at


CATHOLIC SINGLES is an organisation which helps single Catholics of all ages (over 18 years) meet other single Catholics, either one to one or through social events. For further information visit or tel. 0161 941 3498


CATHOLIC CERTIFICATE IN RELIGIOUS STUDIES a new course will begin in St Anthony’s school, Slough in January 2020.  See fliers in church porch


For newsletter entries, please email Madeline at the parish email (above) by Wednesday 12noon. Please keep it brief and include how length of time to be listed, with ‘Newsletter‘ in the subject line. Thank you!


ST PETER’S BABY AND TODDLER GROUP NOW ON WEDNESDAYS  from 1pm to 3pm in the Pugin Rooms. £2 suggested donation. For more information visit the Facebook page StPeterBandT

BAPTISMS take place on the first Sunday of the month. Parents should phone/email to arrange to come and see Father Michael to prepare for baptism and book the date of the baptism at that meeting.