Posted on: 17/06/2019
To prepare for the first anniversary of our parish, Holy Trinity, Worsley, 26 parishioners from our 3 churches, Our Lady/Lancashire Martyrs, St. Edmund's and Christ the King, and 2 parishioners of St. Charles, Swinton met over the course of 3 days to learn the art of flower arranging. Rita Taylor, a parishioner of St. Charles, assisted by Naj, shared her expertise with us. Rita is a very patient and experienced teacher and very quickly enabled those of us who were new to flower arranging to make some beautiful displays. Some of the participants were more experienced than others but all very quickly shared their ideas, tips and skills with one another as Rita and Naj moved from table to table, distributing supplies and . offering suggestions to improve the display.
Fr. John came to each of the three sessions, lending support and a bit of humour and helping to set up the display in the church. He was delighted to see people from all three churches working together, and sharing ideas. Hopefully each church will develop a team of people who can do the flower arranging for each church. Rita stressed that there was a team at St. Charles and each of the members of the team contributed. Naj agreed, stressing that with Rita's guidance new team members were encouraged to contribute and that there was a real sense of community that had developed among them. Certainly that was true at the three sessions that we had.
The pictures show the result of our collaboration! Parishioners from all the churches were invited to see the display at Lancashire Martyrs over the week-end. Those who were able to do so really enjoyed them, as well as the cakes and cups of tea that were provided to celebrate the anniversary after the Saturday Mass and Sunday Holy Hour.
All of the participants are looking forward to perfecting their skills and working together to continue creating beautiful arrangements!
Posted: 08 September 2019
Saturday 7th September was the second of our Holy Trinity parish outings. This time it was a day trip to Llandudno. leaving at 9.45am we arrived in Llandudno at 11.35am when the weather was rather overcast and soon after leaving the coach it began to rain- we feared the worst !
Posted: 17 August 2019
The diocese is looking to recruit an enthusiastic and committed individual to join its Finance and Administration team as a junior administrator, with a specific emphasis on supporting the Property team. Alongside this, the successful candidate will work towards completing the Business and Administration Level 2 Qualification.
Posted: 07 August 2019
On Wednesday, July 31st , an adventurous group from the parish set out by coach to Salford to board the Royal Iris to take us on the Manchester ship canal to Liverpool. Once boarded, and after the late arrival of the pilot, we left Mode Wheel Locks in torrential rain!!