Fermoy Parish Newsletter
2nd Sunday of Ordinary Time
15th January 2017
Parish Website: www.fermoyparish.ie
Fermoy Parish Office Tel 025(30856)
Office Hours Monday to Friday 9.30am to 12 Noon
Priest on Sick Call Duty Fr P.J O Driscoll
Tel 087 2552276
The Offertory Collection this weekend is for: The Annual Collection for flowers for both St Patrick’s Church & Queen of Peace Church. Please support
Last weekend’s Door Collection €1777
Last weekend’s Offertory Collection: €1801
The Blessed Sacrament Chapel: The following hours needs help covering in the Blessed Sacrament Chapel.
Sat/Sun 12 midnight to 1 am,
Wednesday 12 midnight to 1 am,
Thursday 3 am to 4 am, Urgently Needed
Thursday 3 pm to 4 pm,
Friday 6pm to 7 pm
Saturday 2 pm to 3 pm
Sunday 5 pm to 6 pm
If you can cover any of these hours, even for a short while please let one of the priests know.
Items of a Religious or Community Nature are welcome for this Parish Newsletter. Notices should be given in by Wednesday Afternoon to The Parish Office (Tel 025-30856) or email email@example.com
Fermoy active retirement group: meeting on wed next 18th jan@230pm in Fermoy youth centre. Guest speaker on the day – Joani Treacy – Ki – massage therapist. Ki-massage is a gentle non-invasive therapy that works well with the flow of the body.
Mallow College of Further Education: Information evening and enrolment for Evening Courses in Mallow College will take place next Monday 16th January, 2017 from 7.30 pm to 9.oo pm in mallow College. Brochures with all details are available from local shops or the college on 022- 43030. For further information go to: www.evening.mallowcollege.ie
Maranatha Ecumenical prayer Group: Meeting Wednesday 18th January in The Blue Nuns at 8pm. All Welcome.
Diocesan Directory 2017: The Diocesan Directory 2017 will be on sale after all the Masses this weekend. Cost €3.Also it will be available at the Parish Office
Annual Christian Unity Celebration: All Christians are invited to join in a Walk- together through the town of Fermoy on Sunday 22nd January, in a Pilgrimage of prayer and unity, beginning in St Patrick’s Church at 3 pm and proceeding to the Presbyterian Church and Christ Church, followed by refreshments in Adair Hall