Services of the week
- SUNDAY: Mass 10.00 am
- MONDAY: Communion Service 10.00 am
- TUESDAY: Communion Service 10.00 am Way of the Cross & Mass 7.00 pm
- WEDNESDAY: Mass 10.00 am
- THURSDAY: Mass 10.00 am
- FRIDAY: Mass 10.00 am
- SATURDAY: Mass 10.00 am Vigil Mass 6.00 pm
Please Note:- A Special Lenten Deanery Mass will be held in Denny on Wednesday, 9th March at 7.00 pm, with the Archbishop and Priests of the Deanery. (Priests will be available for Confession before Mass).
Collections: The Offertory Collection last weekend realized £437.13 and the Second Collection, £69.90 Grateful thanks to all donors.
Special Collection today for Papal and Episcopal Charities (including SCIAF)
Last week’s Prize Bingo raised an amazing £966!!! MANY THANKS to everyone who helped to achieve this fantastic result:- All who donated prizes, baked, helped run the event and attended.
In your charity, please remember: Cindy McDonald, Eileen Smullen, and all the sick and housebound. Agnes Carlin, Robert and Mary Clelland, John Hempstead, Linda Kilgallon, Margaret Maguire, Florence Snedden and Helen Stirling, whose anniversaries occur about this time.Marcello di Tano, who died recently.
- VIGIL: John Hempstead
- SUNDAY: People of the Parish
- TUESDAY: John Sneddon
- WEDNESDAY: Marcello di Tano
- THURSDAY: Special Intention
- FRIDAY: Jackie Wardrop
- SATURDAY: Fr Anthony Behan
World Day of Prayer.....
The Bo’ness Prayer and Worship service, on the theme “Receive Children,
Receive Me”, was celebrated in Carriden Church on Friday 4th March -
unfortunately too late for details to be included in last week’s
Fellowship of the Least Coin
The idea for the Fellowship of the Least Coin emerged as a vision from God
to Mrs. Shanti Solomon from India. In September 1956, Mrs Solomon was a
member of the Pacific Mission Team of seven women from different nations,
who travelled through Asian countries after World War II. The tour was
organized by Dr. Margaret Shannon of the National Office of Presbyterian
Women in the U.S.A. When she was refused a visa to Korea, Shanti Solomon
went to the Philippines to await the return of her colleagues. Whilst
there, she reflected on the experiences of their travel throughout
war-torn Asia and the national and economic barriers that kept women
apart. When the team returned, she suggested that prayer could transcend
every national boundary. She challenged the Christian women of Asia and
the Presbyterian Church of the U.S. to launch a project of Christian
prayer and positive action, in which every woman could participate, no
matter what her economic status. Every time a woman prayed, she was to
set aside the "least coin" of her currency. (This was to encourage these
women to demonstrate their unity, in Christian faith, regardless of their
country or economic circumstances). Everyone accepted this as a way to
express their solidarity with suffering humanity and with women of
We are invited to participate and contribute with the Christian women of
every continent, be it a penny or a pound! A collection plate is placed
in the Hall today, and Maria will take the contents to Carriden church
after Mass on Sunday morning ----- please be generous!