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Here is a link to this week’s newsletter which now includes the reflection: 5th Sunday of Lent 2020.pdf Timetable for online Masses and Holy Services: Schedule for online Masses and Holy Servces.pdf Newsletter Anything to share? Then write in the book in the porch or e-mail mcfarrell@btinternet.com  or pm the Facebook page. The deadline is 10.00am on Thursdays. Praying together:  the Church is not a just building, it is the people of God, and we can gather in prayer even though we cannot gather physically.  Fr Kingsley wrote “We shall be streaming our Mass at 9am on Sunday, which will be celebrated in our little chapel. We shall be live on both Facebook and YouTube”.  See front page. Those who watched the Mass from the Bishop’s Oratory on the Feast of the Annunciation found it very moving.  Even more so the Pope’s prayer service and Urbi et Orbi blessing on Friday evening.   The situation is very fluid, and live streamed Masses and prayer times are being organised with very little notice at times, so keep your eyes open!  The Diocesan website rcda.scot is usually a good source of information.  In any event, please keep praying for everyone and everything involved in or affected by the current crisis, in addition to all the usual prayer intentions. MF Parish Newsletter: This will be published weekly throughout this time, it may not contain much news, but we will try to keep everyone up to date.  Since the church is closed, we will email it to those whose email addresses we have, and it will be on the website and the Facebook page. Please circulate it as widely as possible, especially to the elderly or housebound who may not have access to the internet. If you would like it sent by email, please send your email address to chapelstthomas@yahoo.co.uk MF Bank Details: These are our bank details if you wish to make a contribution or put in your weekly contribution as Fr Kingsley mentioned in his letter last week.  Contact Ged if you need bank details. Thank you to all those who have already done this, and to those who have sent cheques in the post.  While finance is not our prime objective, there will still be bills to pay although the church is closed. MF Homilies: Fr Kingsley’s homily is printed in this newsletter and on the Facebook page. Fr Peter’s homily is also on the Facebook page, additionally, he publishes it at www.poezeglobal.blogspot.com MF
Address: Chapel Street Keith Moray AB55 5AL SCOTLAND Priests in residence  in Huntly Parish Administrator:  Fr Kingsley Chigbo CCE (01466) 410200 & Fr Peter Ezekoka e-mail: chapelstthomas@yahoo.co.uk A parish of the R.C. Diocese of Aberdeen Charitable Trust, Registered Charity Number SC 005122
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Here is a link to this week’s newsletter which now includes the reflection: 5th Sunday of Lent 2020.pdf Timetable for online Masses and Holy Services: Schedule for online Masses and Holy Servces.pdf Newsletter Anything to share? Then write in the book in the porch or e- mail mcfarrell@btinternet.com or pm the Facebook page. The deadline is 10.00am on Thursdays. Praying together:  the Church is not a just building, it is the people of God, and we can gather in prayer even though we cannot gather physically.  Fr Kingsley wrote “We shall be streaming our Mass at 9am on Sunday, which will be celebrated in our little chapel. We shall be live on both Facebook and YouTube”.  See front page. Those who watched the Mass from the Bishop’s Oratory on the Feast of the Annunciation found it very moving.  Even more so the Pope’s prayer service and Urbi et Orbi blessing on Friday evening.   The situation is very fluid, and live streamed Masses and prayer times are being organised with very little notice at times, so keep your eyes open!  The Diocesan website rcda.scot is usually a good source of information.  In any event, please keep praying for everyone and everything involved in or affected by the current crisis, in addition to all the usual prayer intentions. MF Parish Newsletter: This will be published weekly throughout this time, it may not contain much news, but we will try to keep everyone up to date.  Since the church is closed, we will email it to those whose email addresses we have, and it will be on the website and the Facebook page. Please circulate it as widely as possible, especially to the elderly or housebound who may not have access to the internet. If you would like it sent by email, please send your email address to chapelstthomas@yahoo.co.uk MF Bank Details: These are our bank details if you wish to make a contribution or put in your weekly contribution as Fr Kingsley mentioned in his letter last week.  Contact Ged if you need bank details. Thank you to all those who have already done this, and to those who have sent cheques in the post.  While finance is not our prime objective, there will still be bills to pay although the church is closed. MF Homilies: Fr Kingsley’s homily is printed in this newsletter and on the Facebook page. Fr Peter’s homily is also on the Facebook page, additionally, he publishes it at www.poezeglobal.blogspot.com MF Homilies: Fr Kingsley’s homily is printed in this newsletter and on the Facebook page. Fr Peter’s homily is also on the Facebook page, additionally, he publishes it at www.poezeglobal.blogspot.com MF