Rosary Group
article posted 10 Jan 2013
The Rosary Group meets each Thursday evening at 7.00pm. As the group name suggests, we meet to say the Rosary together, usually in the Lady Chapel. We have evolved a form of the Rosary which we describe as the Scripture Rosary, in which the traditional repetition of the "Hail Mary" prayer is interspersed with appropriate verses from the Bible as an aid to meditation. The result is a quiet and contemplative service which lasts for half an hour. For more information, please click  here.  Each week a different member of the group leads the service, and each week we focus on one of the traditional Mysteries in turn.

There are several parish groups which meet regularly and which contribute richly in all sorts of ways to the life of the church. All of the group meetings and events are open to anyone who is interested and would like to attend. To learn more about these friendly groups please click on the links on the left of this page.
Also we'd like you to come and join us in worship at any of the church services on Sundays or on various days during the week - details of these may be found in the church Magazine which you can access via this website - please click [here].


You'd be very welcome to come and join us any Thursday evening - even if you have never said the Rosary before! You can find out more about our form of Rosary by clicking  here.  For further details please phone 01744 24159 or send an email

The current Leaders' Rota is as follows:

Rosary Group
article posted 11 Aug 2013
Our Rosary Group meets each Thursday at 7.00pm in the Lady Chapel. On Thursday 8th August we were delighted to welcome Fr Aobokia who joined us as we meditated upon the Five Joyful Mysteries, led by Jenni Shaw.
Fr Aobokia has been ministering to our friends at English Martyrs whilst Fr Tom has been taking his customary annual holiday in Ireland. We wish Fr Aobokia God Speed as he returns to his theological studies in Rome. For more details of our Rosary Group programme please click  here.  Do come and join us - we'd be pleased to see you.