Parish Organisations

Explore some local Parish organisations that you can support or get involved in

Parish Organisations

Here in Nottingham, there are plenty of organisations you can join to practice your faith or just to be around those with similar lifestyles!

We love to support as much as we can, if you would like to add your organisation to the list, please contact us.

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Baby and Toddler Group

Come along and join a really friendly group of mums, dads, toddlers and children. Lots of free play and craft activity each week. Storytime and singing towards the end of the session. Drinks and healthy snacks provided for all. Runs every Thursday during term time from 10am-11.30am – £2.00 per family. For more information please…
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The Book Shop

Cards – Mass, Sympathy, Get Well, Baptism, Communion, Confirmation, Marriage, Ordination, Birthday. Gifts – Crucifixes, Statues, Icons, Books, Rosaries, Jewellery. Books – Children’s, Prayer, Mass. Christmas – Cards including charity cards, Advent calendars, Nativity sets. Traidcraft – Tea, coffee, biscuits. Please come in and browse after Mass on Sunday. If we don’t have what you…
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Brownies

Brownies is the second stage of the Girl Guiding movement, following on from Rainbows, and is for girls aged between seven and ten. Although many girls come to Brownies following Rainbows, having been a Rainbow is not necessary and we welcome anyone who is of Brownie age. The 10th Holy Spirit Brownies meet every Monday…
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CAFOD Group

We are a group of parishioners who meet 5 or 6 times each year, to encourage giving, acting and praying in support of the work of CAFOD. The group was founded in 1975 and has been very successful but we always welcome new members and fresh ideas. Are you interested in the causes of poverty…
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The Burundi Project

The objective of the Burundi Project is to help young men and women in the village of Bukeye, Burundi, to learn skills such as building and carpentry by helping to fund the salaries of lay teachers at the Bukeye Professional Training Centre, which is run by Fr Emmanuel. For more information visit the Burundi page.
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