Harvest Thanksgiving - each year we give thanks to God for the harvest and in so doing we express gratitude for the gifts of the earth that sustain our lives and health. This thanksgiving spills over into mission and generosity and so we donate food (and other items) to Cardiff foodbank who minister to those in food poverty. Thank you in advance for all that you do to sustain this ministry today and through the year.
Next Sunday - Reserve your seat at St Saviour’s mass via Liz on 07718018846. McMillan Take Away Coffee Morning - Next Sunday we’ll have a local lockdown version of a coffee morning in aid of McMillan on Sunday 18th October. It will be socially distanced and observing all current protocols. Lockdown will not stop our charitable outreach. Coffee and cakes etc will be done via a ‘take away’ service.
Faith Nurturing -Next meets on Wed 14 Oct at 7pm. ‘In Search of a Way’ by G. Hughes SJ. at 7pm via Zoom. Contact Fr Phelim. We’ll look at final part of the book
PCC Meeting - The next PCC meeting for St Saviour’s will be on Tuesday 20 October at 7pm via Zoom. We will discuss ongoing ministry, finance as well as the recent Ministry Area proposals and how they are likely to affect us.
COVID Safety - Please adhere to posters and advice from sides people about keeping safe and adhering to social distance, face masks (compulsory) as well as hand hygiene. Ministry Areas - Our recent diocesan conference focused on a reorganisation of every parish of the diocese into ministry areas on 1 January 2022. Current proposals are that St German’s and St Saviour’s would join the Cardiff South MA along with the Grangetown Churches and St Mary’s in Butetown, however nothing has been set in stone as yet. The next few months will involve much discussions to how we might move forward on this. We will look at this at our next PCC.
Recently Departed - Alan Bridgeman, Diane Prankard, David Irwin, Ken Cooper RIP
Here can be a found a copy of the news items of events and services taking place in each of our churches. Sometimes there is overlap (baptisms, visiting the sick, pilgrimages etc) but mostly events are pertain mostly to one place.