Parish of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of St Andrews & Edinburgh, a Charity registered in Scotland—number SC008540
Canon Leo Glancy (profile)
1 Drummond Place
See Newsletter for contact telephone number.
Our Webmaster, Diana Hunter welcomes articles and photographs of parish
events including Weddings and Baptisms, and current news which is of interest
to parishioners and families at home and abroad.
THE WEEKLY NEWSLETTER is available at Sunday Mass.
THE CARDINAL’S LETTERS are published quarterly.
THE ARCHDIOCESAN DIRECTORY is available at the Stall.
The Grangemouth Parish Pastoral Council is a representative body of volunteers from Christ the King and Sacred Heart, with elections for 4 new members each year. They meet at least 5 times a year to plan prayerfully and promote matters of pastoral interest for the parish linked with the neighbouring parishes in our Deanery and Archdiocese. Items for the agenda are welcome from Parishioners and Groups.
|Canon John McElroy|
People of the Parish
Confession & Adoration
|Sunday||9.30am||Cardinal Keith O'Brien|
|Tuesday||9.30am||Canon Felix McCarney|
|Thursday||9.30am||Fr John Robinson|
The Parish Priest is the ordinary Minister of the Sacraments of Reconciliation,
Sacrament of the Sick, and Holy Communion. Please inform him . Communion can
be taken to the housebound more regularly by Communion Ministers who have
been delegated by the Priest. In case of admission to Hospital please inform
EXTRAORDINARY MINISTERS OF COMMUNION
Between Sacred Heart and Christ the King there are over 50 trained ministers of Communion who assist in the distribution of Communion at Mass. They are commissioned on Holy Thursday.
The celebration of Baptism will normally take place on the third or fourth Sunday of the month in one or other of the churches.
“ This child is now reborn in baptism …in confirmation he (she) will receive the fullness of God’s Spirit …in Holy Communion he (she) will share the banquet of Christ’s sacrifice calling God his (her) Father in the midst of the Church..” ( Rite of Baptism)
A new-born child is welcomed into the family without delay, and the welcome into the Church should follow soon afterwards.
Contact the parish priest after Mass on Sunday to begin the arrangements.
Couples intending to marry must make an appointment to see the parish priest before making any other arrangements, and at least 6 months before the proposed date. This allows time to follow a course of preparation and encouragement to work with Scottish Marriage Care, Falkirk, through the FOCCUS programme.
Contact the Secretary, See parish handbook for contact details.
Adults who wish to learn more about the Catholic Faith for the first
time or to return to the Church are welcome to attend the Group Meetings on
Wednesdays at 8 pm in the Coffee Lounge, Christ the King. This is an opportunity
to share the Faith in a relaxed atmosphere following a course of instruction
and prayer based on the Bible and the Catechism . New members are welcomed
into the Church at the Easter Vigil Service .
CONTACT ; CANON LEO ( Parish Priest)
The CHOIRS play an important role in the Liturgy on Sundays and
the major feasts of the Church. . To sing is to pray twice! New members are
Rehersals : Wednesday 11 am or as arranged.
CHRIST THE KING
Rehearsals Tuesday evening in Christ the King by arrangement.
See parish handbook for telephone contact details.
The proclamation of God’s Word in the Scriptures is a very important part of the Liturgy. At present we have over 20 Readers. More volunteers are welcome. There are opportunities to join in training days and to be commissioned on Holy Thursday.
There are members of our parish who welcome people as they enter the Church. Newcomers are encouraged to register their details and receive donation envelopes. Hymn Sheets etc are handed out. The Offertory Procession is arranged and families encouraged to take part.
Primary School children are invited to gather with the Team Leaders
to listen to the readings and pray together at their own level before joining
the congregation at the Offertory.
Tel 01324 508730
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org
Website : www.sacredheart.falkirk.sch.uk
Tel 01324 628416
Website : www.stmungoshighschool.co.uk
Primary 4 upwards. Contact Canon Leo
Bishops’ Conference of Scotland.Policy
“The Catholic Church is concerned with the lives, safety, wholeness and well-being of each individual person within God’s purpose for everyone. It seeks to safeguard the
welfare of people of all ages who are involved in whatever capacity with the Church and its organisations. As a Church community we accept that it is the responsibility of all of us, ordained, professed, paid and voluntary members, to work together to prevent the physical, sexual, emotional abuse or neglect of children, young people and vulnerable adults.”
It is the responsibility of the Parish Priest to create and maintain an accurate record of all persons serving as
children’s/young people’s/vulnerable adults’ workers; and to ensure that they all undertake the training and
Disclosure Checks required by Law.
PARISH CO-ORDINATOR EILEEN WARD See Parish Handbook for contact details.
All Groups using the Church Premises or Hall Facilities either on a regular basis or for a special occasion will be required to have a named person who can explain the emergency procedures and act accordingly.
Helpers are always welcome.
SACRED HEART :
Every second Tuesday after morning Mass.
CHRIST THE KING :
Friday after morning Mass.
Provides a coffee-tea service after Mass on Sundays, and at other times as pastoral needs arise.
Shrove Tuesday party for Senior parishioners. Summer Outing , Parish Picnic , Dances, Events and Celebrations.
Taxpayers, please sign a Gift-Aid Form. You will receive your envelopes.
They then become a record of your
offerings to the Church and are treated as tax-free. The Church can claim this back from the taxman.
Christ The King
A friendly local financial co-operative/non-profit organisation run
by Volunteers. It is strictly regulated for the safety and security of all.
The aim is to encourage members to save from 50p upwards on a regular basis
for their own needs and to provide peace of mind for any emergencies.
Members have access to borrowing at a low rate of interest based on their savings. Withdrawals are easily available.
We are based at One Stop Shop, 5 York Lane, Grangemouth FK3 8ZA
Opening Hours Monday : Tuesday ; Friday 10am—2 pm
A collector is available after 11 am Mass on Sunday at Christ the King Church.
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