ALL are very welcome for coffee & tea in the East Leake Parish Room (behind the church)
after the 11am Mass every first SUNDAY of each month
The diocesan Yearbook is now available in digital format. If you want to download this very useful and informative document you can find it on the Information tab. Also available from this page is the Lent 2023 e-News
In 2022, Our Lady of the Angels raised £749 through our Red Boxes and donations to Missio and the Mill Hill Missionaries.
Our missionary community here at Our Lady of the Angels is part of a worldwide network of people supporting missionaries through prayer and financial assistance.
Your support of projects such as the Fundong Mission station in Cameroon has enabled Fr Leon, a Mill Hill Missionary, to help children learn in a safe environment and instil values that empower them to turn away from conflict and towards faith in God. Visit missio.org.uk to find out more about how your support changes lives for the better, or contact Gilly at email@example.com if you would like to have a Red Box in 2023.
This is held every third Thursday of each month at 10.30am -12 noon in the East Leake Parish Room (behind the church).
Everyone is welcome - just drop in for a chat. See you there!
Parish social Zoom meetings
Held on Thursdays nights. An online evening of light-hearted activities, fun quizzes and jolly updates!
Our vision for the Diocese of Nottingham is to become a more outward-looking missionary Catholic community. We are currently reorganising our parish and deanery structures, and to ensure we are supported in mission-focused initiatives the Diocese has launched a Mission Enabling Programme. We must also develop a financial plan, one that is well informed and meets our needs.
Therefore after Easter we are commencing a consultative phase, with professional support, to gather opinions from parishioners about our funding strategies. If you are asked, please consider giving your views, through a one-to-one conversation or an at-Mass survey. Please also pray for our mission and for this journey of discernment, that we can share the love and message of Christ more widely.
For the full message from Bishop Patrick, visit: this link
Madalina Variu walked 200.9km over 40 days during Lent and raised £130 for CAFOD
The Family Fast Day appeal raised £159
At the Hog Roast at the East Leake Village Hall on 9th September 2023 we raised a total of £274 for CAFOD.
Thank you to all who came along and joined in.
The CAFOD Cow Draw on 17 December 2024 raised a total of £189.75 - enough to enable us to buy a marvelous moo cow and some chirpy chickens from the CAFOD World gift catalogue.
Many thanks to everyone who bought a ticket and congratulations to the lucky prize winners!
Our St Patrick’s Day celebration raised £592.60 in aid of Emmanuel House to support their work for the homeless. Emmanuel House describe their mission as ...
Our purpose is to tackle isolation, vulnerability and homelessness within our community by providing an inclusive, compassionate service to people who need help, whether it’s providing brief reassurance or more in-depth and prolonged support.