THE ST BRIDGET AND ST CWYFAN CELL OF THE SOCIETY OF OUR LADY OF WALSINGHAMThe St Bridget and St Cwyfan cell of the Society of Our Lady of Walsingham was formed in 2004 and we have 30 members.The purpose of the society is•To deepen faith in the incarnation (i.e. That Jesus, God took flesh and become a human being)•To Honour Mary for her part in this•To bring more people to know and love Mary’s Shrine at Walsingham, England’s Nazareth•To pray and work for the spread of the Christian Unity and for our own Parish•To pray for the conversion of unbelievers and the unity of ChristiansWhat are Members asked to do?•To be faithful members of the local Church•To encourage pilgrimage to Walsingham and other holy places by their own example•To pray for the work of the Shrine at Walsingham•To pray and work for the spread of the Christian Faith, for Christian Unity, and for our own Paris•To say the Angelus or one decade of the Rosary every day as a private devotionHow often does the Cell meet?•The Cell meets regularly where Mass is offered for the Shrine in Walsingham. The Mass is open to everyone•We have an annual pilgrimage, which takes place in June of each year•We also meet six times a year especially observing the Mary feast days•You are very welcome to become a member of the Cell of Our Lady of Walsingham, if you would like to join please contact us on the email address at the bottom of this page
Drawing of Walsingham Maurice Kirkham 1994 / Photo of Walsingham David Chapman 2007
The October Mission to be known as 'Coming Home' will take place over a week. The dates are Sunday 17th October through to Sunday 24th October, please see the “News to the Pews” page or our “Events Diary” for more information. The idea is that we will collect a group of willing volunteers, from the Church, the Diocese and the Mission Area, together with people from outside who may join us for this concentrated plan to visit and inform people of what actually goes on at S. Bridget's and how we are committed to the people of God and the local community. On the Sunday, there will be a guest preacher and during the week both the Church and the Hall will be used for activities for individuals, families and young people.There will also be social icebreakers and the opportunity to share food and fellowship. Of course, all is rather dependant upon the Government and the Church in Wales regulations, but it is to be hoped that events will occur as planned.Please pray for this initiative and for all who will take part, those who will engage with us and that the power of the Holy Spirit will bring everyone 'home'. It is an exciting prospect and a great opportunity to get back to some sort of normality after these troubling times. More details will follow very soon and all your ideas will be greatly appreciated.