Our next talk takes place on Wednesday 6th March @ 7.30 pm in St Teresa’s Church in Beaconsfield (HP9 2PL). The topic is The Suffering in the Book of Job and the speaker is Mgr Seán Healy.  We hope you will be able to join us in person or online.
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Forthcoming talks in this series:

Wednesday 10th April
‘You are my witnesses’ (Isa 43:10): Chosen and Sent
Speaker: Fr Pius Amoako

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A series of monthly talks on the Holy Scriptures, looking at their relevance to us in our lives today.  An initiative by the South Bucks Pastoral Area under the guidance of Fr Jerome Ituah OCD.

The aim of our sessions is to broaden our knowledge of and to discern the message the Scriptures hold for each of us and their relevance in our daily lives today.  Each talk will “stand alone” and will be given by an invited guest speaker.  We hope the sessions will offer guidance on reading the Scriptures and a prayerful and reflective time together.

There is no charge for the talks, but donations towards costs will be gratefully accepted.  You can make a contribution by cash (donation basket in the church porch), cheque made payable to "Saint Teresa’s Beaconsfield" with "Emmaus Donation" on the reverse, or by bank transfer per details below.

Bank: NatWest
Sort Code: 60-06-11
Account No: 59758481
Account Name: RCDN Beaconsfield Catholic Church
Payment Ref: ParishName Emmaus (for example St Joseph's Emmaus, St Augustine's Emmaus, St Peter's Emmaus, etc)

If any parish prefers to pay by cheque and send through the post, then please address it to:
St Teresa's Parish Office
40 Warwick Rd 
Beaconsfield 
Buckinghamshire HP9 2PL

 

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