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All children are welcome to our Children’s Liturgy on Sunday. During our sessions we pray and learn about the Gospel theme for each week. The sessions are particularly suitable for children between the ages of four and eight but older children are welcome to continue attending.
We are always looking for volunteers who would be willing to sit in while this is taking place or perhaps even lead liturgies. If you are intersted, please speak to Mrs Jo Martin after Mass or e-mail the parish priest (Fr. Gabor) at immacu4[at]gmail.com
Preparation for the sacraments or Reconciliation (P3), First Communion (P4) and Confirmation (P7 & above) are underway.
Reconciliation Class: After Mass on Sundays from 10.45 – 11.15am.
Parents who have any queries about sacramental preparation are asked to see Mrs. Sinead Lindsay, Mrs Jo Martin or Fr. Gabor at church on Sunday mornings or e-mailing Fr. Gabor by clicking here.
ST. COLUMBA’S YOUNG TEENS GROUP
Mondays at 6.30pm
- Are you in P7 to S5?
- Are you interested in a Catholic Youth Club?
Well, look no further! The St. Columba’s Youth Group, YTG is an excellent place to meet and get to know other young Catholics. We meet from 6:30pm to 8pm, on Mondays. So come meet and and see for yourself and get to know other young Catholics. We hope to see you there! God bless!
Click here to see the photos from the Young Teen’s Group BBQ
YOUNG ADULTS’ GROUP (18-35-ish)
Wednesdays at 7pm
We meet every week in the parish house at St. Peter’s beginning with a coffee in the kitchen. There is usually music, discussion and prayer. If you are interested email Fr. Gabor at immacu4[at]gmail.com
POLICY STATEMENT ON THE PROTECTION OF CHILDREN AND VULNERABLE ADULTS
“The Catholic Church in Scotland is concerned with the lives, safety, wholeness and well-being of each individual person within God’s purpose for everyone.
It seeks to safeguard the welfare of people of all ages who are involved in whatever capacity with the Church and its organisations.
As a Church community, we accept that it is the responsibility of all of us, ordained, professed, paid and voluntary members, to work together to prevent the physical, sexual, emotional abuse or neglect of children, young people and vulnerable adults.”
‘Awareness and Safety in our Catholic Communities 2007’