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Safeguarding Team

The Archdiocese of Southwark is committed to the safety and welfare of children and vulnerable adults. The Diocese co-operates fully with CSAS, the Catholic Safeguarding Advisory Service, which aims to help the Church become an example of best practice in the Safeguarding of children and vulnerable adults, and develop a "culture of vigilance" to ensure that children and vulnerable adults in our care are kept safe from harm.

If you have any worries or concerns about Safeguarding please email either Celine Duckworth at wimbledonparksg1@safeguardrcaos.org.uk or Simon Cowdry at wimbledonparksg4@safeguardrcaos.org.uk or alternatively ring/text 07458 347 337.

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To contact any of the group administrators or leaders, please contact the Presbytery at 020 8946 2091 or wimbledonpark@rcaos.org.uk.

Lectors (Readers)

Documentation for CTK lectors:

Lectionary - General Introduction
Lectors - Dos and Don'ts

Please also take time to review the Standard guidance for CTK lectors.

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Church Cleaners

There is a wonderful group of men and women who clean the church on a weekly basis. They do an outstanding job in making the church look beautiful for Sunday and daily masses.

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Music Group

Anyone is welcome to come along and sing with the choir which leads the singing at 10.30 mass. We are also always keen to hear from people who would be willing to accompany the music at Mass on piano or guitar. Please contact Clare Collins via the Parish office if interested.

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Youth mass and youth group

Currently waiting more young people to grow into Youth.

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DePaul UK

The Depaul UK group was set up in this parish in 1992. It came into existence because of the need to help the young (16 to 25 years old) homeless in London. The main purpose of the group in our parish is to raise funds, as the parish is very fortunate not to have the problem of homelessness on the streets of Wimbledon Park. This does not mean that the problem can be ignored; so the parish group asks for your support for its Christmas gifts collection, quiz nights and other fund raising activities and special needs collections, which are arranged from time to time.

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Society of St Vincent de Paul

The international society is run by laymen and women of all ages in parishes, universities, colleges and schools, meeting weekly to arrange visits to those in need, and offering spiritual and material support as and when it is needed. The conference (the name by which these groups are known) meets regularly in this parish in the church hall on third Monday at 8.00 p.m., when after prayers, members report on the previous week's activities and make plans for the coming weeks. Work covered by the conference in this parish consists mainly of visiting the sick and the housebound. While you may not be in a position to become involved in the active work of the society you can always help with your prayers; there is an auxiliary membership available to those who could help in this way. You can also help in the work of the society by letting one of the active members know of any problems with which they may be able to help.

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Health and Safety

All aspects of health and safety relating to the church, the parish hall and the presbytery, including monthly inspections, are covered by Paul Mason, our Health and Safety Liaison Officer. Any concerns can be raised either with Fr Anthony or with Paul.

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Join us for a cuppa after Sunday 10:30 Mass

After the 10.30 a.m. Mass ALL are invited into the hall for a cuppa and chat. this is an easy way of getting to know fellow parishioners or just arranging dates with the priest for.

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