Journeying with Jesus
The Ossory Adult Faith Development committee are hoping to offer to all parishes, or as many as would like to avail of it, the opportunity to reflect on the life of Jesus in scripture and story. This will be, by means of a lectio divina style of reflection, an opportunity for people to learn more about Jesus and his importance for our lives today. Two such groups will meet in our parish this lent. If you are interested in meeting for an hour a week to take part in this please contact the parish office.
Evening of Prayer & Reflection for Readers & Eucharistic Ministers
Conscious that so many people volunteer to work as Readers and Eucharistic ministers throughout the diocese, the Ossory Adult Faith Development Committee have decided to offer an evening of prayer and reflection for those who work in these areas. It is hoped that these evenings will provide an opportunity for our Readers and Eucharistic Ministers to reflect upon, and deepen their understanding of their contribution to our parish community. We would like to invite, where possible, all of our readers and Eucharistic ministers to avail of this opportunity. Our parish is invited to attend on Friday, March 26 in The Parish Hall, Ferrybank from 7.30pm to 9.30pm. If you are a Reader, or Eucharistic Minister why not consider making this part of your Lenten journey? If you are free to attend please let us know so that we may pass on approximate numbers. Thank you.
It’s that time of year again! Rehearsals are in full swing for this years production of the ‘Country Boy’ by John Murphy. Producer, Frank Hogan, is currently putting the cast of both old and new through their paces. The play runs from Tuesday, March 2 to Sunday, March 7 in Mooncoin Parish Hall at 8pm nightly. We look forward to meeting and entertaining you all again this year.
Registration night for Juvenile Club and Camogie Club will take place in the Complex on Friday, February 19 from 7.30pm - 9pm. .All current members are asked to register on the night and all new members are very welcome to join our club.
Mooncoin GAA & Vodafone
Mooncoin GAA has registered with a great scheme with Vodafone, where the GAA Club get 1% of each top up credit, or monthly bill if your number is affiliated with the club. There is no cost to you. Existing Vodafone customers simply need to inform the club of their permission to affiliate the number. Those who wish to transfer to Vodafone can also do so by signing a form at the GAA Complex. This is a really useful scheme for our GAA Club and we would invite all to consider joining it.
Mooncoin Ploughing Association
Annual Ploughing Match at Kilcraggan on Sunday, February 14 at 12 noon.
St. Vincent dePaul monthly collection next weekend Feb 20/21.
Celtic Heart Weekend Retreat
In Grace Dieu Retreat Centre, Waterford, on Saturday, February 27 10am - 5pm and Sunday, February 28 10am – 3pm. Contact Emmaus Productions, 3 Main Street, Tramore. Phone: 391784.
Waterford IT, in conjunction with Coláiste Cois Siúire intend running a course starting in March 2010 - Foundation Certificate in After School Support.
This course is accredited by Waterford IT and is geared towards Parents and interested individuals with a view to working with our after school Homework Club. There is no Fee. It involves 24 hours of tuition, taking in a basic introduction to Child Protection training, Intercultural Awareness and Literacy and Numeracy Interventions, to mention but a few, and 16 hours of work placement. A certificate of participation and attendance will be presented to all who complete the course. For further information contact Tracey Groome at (086) 0448202.
Mass & distribution of ashes.
TRÓCAIRE BOXES can be collected in the porch of all three churches.
CLEANERS: Feb 20/27—Hannah O’Shea, Michelle Forde, Martina O’Reilly, Margo O’Brien.
MINISTERS: Feb 20 (8pm) Anna Walsh (B), Mary Murphy. Feb 21 (10am) Bill & Peggy Healy.
MINISTER: Feb 21 - Helen Brennan.
READER: Feb 21 - Pat Kinsella.
CLEANERS: Feb 21/28 - K. Walsh, C. Norris.
ALTAR SERVERS: Feb 21—Kate Hennebry, Sarah Norris.
Billy Daniels, Carrick Road;
Michael O'Brien, Ashgrove;
Tom Phelan, Luffany; Mary Foley, Rathkieran;
Tom Crowley, Barrabehy;
Catherine O'Keeffe, The Pound;
David Power, Kilcraggan;
Anastasia Power, Kilcraggan;
John Reid, England / Ballincur.