Spiritual, Moral, Social & Cultural

SPIRITUAL, MORAL, SOCIAL AND CULTURAL

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WTL Autumn Term 1 Parent Letter 2014

WTL Spring Term 1 Parent Letter 2015

 

Wednesday Word 

The Wednesday Word is a way of sharing Sunday’s Gospel with parents and families.  Click on the link below to share in this Sunday’s Gospel.  Additional copies available from the school office.

Wednesday Word Sunday Gospel

 

Children’s Liturgy Mass

A Liturgy Mass is celebrated every month at either 6.30pm on Saturday or 11.00am on Sunday in the chapel .  Children are welcome to join us, where they will be able  to create and share in the weekly Gospel.  Throughout the Mass the children will take part in the Sunday service.

Children’s Liturgy Mass St. Peter’s Church

 

The Catholic Church of England and Wales website

 

CAFOD website

 

Mission Together website

Every two years we support the Mission Together charity.  Collection boxes are sent home with pupils, where we ask for loose change to help fill the boxes over the coming months, any donation is greatly received. Mission Together also asks for prayers.

Donations last year helped to build an orphanage in Zambia, the amount raised was £284.88.

Thank you for your generosity and continued support.

 

Samaritans Purse website

School collected 106 boxes for this year’s appeal.  Well done to everyone!

Thank you for your kind donations for a very worthy cause.

 

Mini Vinnies

We gather together every second Tuesday and share a liturgy based on the gospel from the previous Sunday.  At our meetings we focus on prayer and fundraising.

Last year Mini Vinnies helped to raise money for: The Carpenters Arms (EYFS Harvest Assembly), Cancer Research (Sale of Crocus), Women’s Project Stalybridge (Sponsored Jog) -items of clothing  and toiletries donated

Total raised throughout the year £291.28.  Fantastic, well done to everyone who helped and donated.

We are currently fundraising for ‘The Mustard Tree’ this organisation is based in Manchester city centre which works with those affected by homelessness and other issues which place them on the margins of our society.  If you would like more information on the organisation please click on the link below.

Mustard Tree website