This October promises to be an exciting month for mission and the whole Church family. To celebrate the Extraordinary Month of Mission (EMM2019) and World Mission Sunday, come and join us at an event to celebrate Mission, pray for missionaries, and find out more about this opportunity to revitalise, renew, and reawaken our ongoing commitment to Missio Ad Gentes.
All of these events are open to everyone – you are welcome to join us! If you’re planning to attend, please use the contact details on the event to let us know, or contact Missio at email@example.com or 020 7821 97 55.
Hexham and Newcastle Diocese: Wednesday 4 September, St Anne’s Church, 43 Welbeck Ave., Darlington, DL1 2DR.
Gathering with Local Secretaries and Supporters—a chance to share information and ideas and find out more about the Red Box around the world, with Fr Greg Price (Diocesan Director) and Fr Tony Chantry (Missio’s National Director). Starting with Mass at 11am. For more information, or to register, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Brentwood Diocese: 10.30am – 4pm Saturday 14 September, Brentwood Cathedral, CM15 8AT.
Mission Celebration, including Mass with Bishop Alan Williams SM. For more information, or to register, please email email@example.com
Westminster Diocese: 2-5pm Saturday 5 October St Dominic’s Parish and Shrine of Our Lady of the Rosary, Haverstock Hill.
Mass with Bishop Paul McAlleenan and Mission celebration. More information to follow.
Liverpool Diocese: Saturday 12 October
Mission Mass for the Extraordinary Month of Mission— October 2019: time and location to be confirmed
Middlesbrough Diocese: Thursday 17 October, Middlesbrough Cathedral
Mass – time and further details to follow.
Portsmouth Diocese: 2pm, Sunday 20 October, Portsmouth Cathedral
Mission Mass for World Mission Sunday with Bishop Philip Egan.
Arundel and Brighton Diocese: 11.30, Sunday 27 October, Sacred Heart Sunningdale
Mass with Bishop Richard Moth