ST NINIANS CHURCH, Dickson Avenue,
Dundee DD2 4DA
ST NINIANS CHURCH,
SIXTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME – YEAR C
Saturday Vigil: 6.00 pm
Feast: The Chair of St Peter the Apostle: Friday 22nd February.
Bishop Stephen celebrates his 40th Anniversary of Ordination on St Patrick's Day, 17th March 2019. A second collection will be taken up at next weekend's Masses and we will keep him in our prayers as he celebrates this joyful, blessed commemoration of 40 years' devoted service through his Priestly Ministry.
Tea & coffee is served in the hall each week after Sunday Mass. If anybody would like to help with serving or clearing up, please see Eileen or Fr Johney.
There is a collection for the FoodBank this weekend.
There will be a Cake & Candy stall next weekend.
KEEP FIT: Over 50's exercise to music at 2.00 pm each Thursday: proceeds to Church Building Fund.
Journey of Faith sessions take place at the Pastoral Centre on
Wednesdays at 7.30 pm.
Dunkeld Youth Service: Race Night at 7.00 pm in Our Lady of Sorrows on Friday 22nd February 2019. Please see poster in porch.
40 Days for Life: Lenten Vigil at Ninewells Roundabout between 6th March and 13th April. Please see poster in porch and take one of the flyers.
Please remember in your prayers all of our sick relatives and
Please remember in your prayers those who have died:
Gerry Farquharson RIP
PARISH FINANCE: Thank you for your most
generous support of the Parish week by week.
CHURCH FLOWERS: The flowers in the Church are always beautiful. There are tins at the back of the Church if anyone would like to donate.
2019 marks the Golden Jubilee of St Ninian's and it is hoped that a variety of events can be arranged to commemorate this most bless?d occasion. A Jubilee Committee is to be set up: volunteers who can plan and organise events, both sacred and temporal, are needed. If you are interested in helping, please contact Fr Johney on 01382 669966. A Parish Pilgrimage to Whithorn with Mass at St Ninian's Cave would mark the Church's Jubilee Year most fittingly: there is a list at the back of the Church for people to indicate their interest.