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Ken Keen FRPS presents a unique and spiritual photographic exhibition in St Joseph’s Church from Saturday, 25 March until Sunday, 9 April. His collection of handcrafted images feature Christian Art and Places of Worship; all produced using a historical process on watercolour art paper. This experience is all the more intriguing as Ken is visually impaired. All are invited to experience for themselves the intrinsic beauty of these pictures which capture the peace and tranquility of medieval and holy places.


Our 24-7 Prayer Room in the centre of Chalfont St Peter has a Lenten theme with prayer stations. This prayer space has been formed by local churches for the local community. A place to seek God, to pour out our hearts in intercession for our community, our churches and our world.

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During Lent there are lots of ways we can prepare ourselves for Easter. See our Lenten Programme for 2017 to find out what's happening and how you can participate.

Our Family Calendar for Lent, devised with children and teenagers in mind, is filled with simple and practical things to do each day which draw us closer to Jesus and help us to be more like him.


You, The Bible and God’s Big Plan

The Big Picture is an inspirational course to help people find their place in the big picture of salvation history.  Come and join us as we study the Bible from the time of creation through to the end of time.



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St Joseph's Furniture Market
Open Saturday Mornings
9am until 12:30pm


St Joseph's School VACANCIES

Senior Kitchen Assistant

Maintenance & Premises Operative

Closing date for applications is Tuesday, 18 April


Our Cathedral in Northampton is Mother Church of our Diocese. If you have ever visited it, you will be aware of its beauty, but also its limitations in being able to offer hospitality and in accommodating special events and groups. Fr Mark presented exciting plans for the future of the Cathedral, including the building of a much needed centre at all Masses last weekend.  Click here to see the video and find out more about the project.



The March 200 Club draw took place at the Furniture Market on Saturday morning and the lucky winners are:
1st John & Ellen Digweed
2nd Helen Emery & Steve Dempsey
3rd John O'Neill
4th Fred J Newbert


It is not too late to join! Simply read the Enrolment Details then complete and return the Membership Form to the Parish Office.  Money raised will be shared 50-50 between the lucky winners and the ongoing maintenance/development of our office infrastructure, including the production of our weekly newsletter and website.

"If you're not in you can't win!"


The food on our tables and the tea and coffee in our mugs are all from farmers who toil, sweat and slog. However hard they work to provide the things we depend on, millions of farmers in developing countries aren’t paid what they deserve. It’s not a new problem. We need to amplify the voices of marginalised producers as much as ever in 2017. Choose Fairtrade when you next shop and encourage your family, friends, neighbours and colleagues to do the same.


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Diary Dates

"Light from the Darkness" Photographic Exhibition - Saturday, 25th March to Sunday, 9th April

The Big Picture - Continues Wednesday 29th & Thursday, 30th March

12 Hours for the Lord: Adoration & Confession - Friday, 31st March

Mass with Anointing of the Sick - Saturday, 1st April

Easter Crafts & Games Day - Wednesday, 5th April

Youth Group (Year 6 and above) - Sunday 23rd April

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