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Is composed of representatives of all the parish organisations and elected members of the parish to promote parish life in all its aspects and to be a channel of communication in the parish. The Council represents the parish on the Diocesan Council of Laity.

Contact: Mike Kenning - Chair of our Parish Pastoral Council - 01449 760442

The Parish Pastoral Council is a visible team of people representing the parish which encourages and supports the organisation of spiritual and social activities within the parish with a view to enhancing parish life. Accountable to the parish, aware of the needs of the parish community and using the skills of its members, it is proactive in formulating parish policy, reviewing parish life and planning realistically for the future. It also looks outwards enabling communication with the wider community.

Forthcoming meetings

Standing-Orders (pdf)

Pastoral Council Membership 2016-2017

Fr John Warrington (President/Steering)
Deacon Chris Brighten (Steering)
Fr Terin Mullakkara

St Mary's Representatives Michael Kenning (Chair)

Marie-Madeleine Kenning (Steering)

Litty Babu

Gina Broad

Dominic Wall

Holy Family Representatives
Crystal Moles (Steering)

Hugh Jolly

Fiona Wood

Secretary Eleanor Bradley Steering

Latest News

This Week's Newsletter

Newsletter 17.9.17

Newsletter 10.9.17

Newsletter 3.9.17

Latest News from Cambodia

Watch the video messages from Fr Viney (Chomnaom’s new parish priest) and Fr Manoj (who has taken over the running of the Tep Im hostel)

Sunday Gospel readings

Diocesan Liturgical Calandar 2017

Recent letters from Pope Francis

Letter : Care for our Common Home - Laudato Si

Join in CAFOD's latest campaign - Power to be - and sign the petition to the World Bank

CAFOD click here for how to be involved

Look out for more live simply ideas and things we can do together as a parish family in the coming weeks and months

How about joining freecycle - a great way of handing on those unwanted items and finding things you need for free visit the Ipswich page FreeCycle