Southwark: Diocesan Day of Renewal


St George's Cathedral, Southwark

St George's Cathedral, Southwark

A Diocesan Day of Prayer, Worship and Renewal will take place at St Georges Cathedral, Southwark on Saturday 15 October 2011 from 9.30am to 4.45pm. After a welcome by Canon John O’Toole, the MC will be Kristina Cooper, Editor of Good News Magazine and evangelist who will introduce the Praise & Worship Lord of Pardon Group. David Matthews will speak on ‘The Holy Spirit, the Church and You’.

There will be music from David Westherley and Franciscan Friars of the Renewal, Fr Sebastian and Fr John Bosco, prayer, praise, the Sacrament of Reconciliation and a Healing Service. In the afternoon Mass will be celebrated by Fr Mark White.

Timetable

9.30 - 10am Welcome Refreshments: Amigo Hall
10 - 10.45am Welcome to Cathedral: Canon John O’Toole
MC Kristina Cooper : Praise & Worship Lord of Pardon Group
10.45 - 11.45am Speaker: David Matthews ‘The Holy Spirit, the Church and You’
11.45 – 12noon David Weatherley: Violin solo
12 - 12.30 Sacrament of Reconciliation & Adoration at Bl. Sacrament Altar
12.30 - 1.15pm Lunch
1.15 - 1.40pm Praise & Worship in the Cathedral: Chris Stribbling Group
1.40 - 2pm Talk by Speaker: David Matthews ‘The Holy Spirit, the Church and You’

2 - 3pm Exposition of Blessed Sacrament Healing Service. Music with Franciscan Friars of the Renewal
 3 - 3.20pm Refreshments
 3.20 - 4.45pm Mass: Main celebrant and homilist Fr Mark White

Tea and coffee provided. Please bring a packed lunch.

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For further information please contact Kent Service Team 01892 542245 or visit: www.rcsouthwark.co.uk


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