NUMBERS FOR NEIGHBOURING PARISHES:
Dungiven : Fr Aidan Mullan 028 777 41219
: Fr David O’Kane 028 71 337727
email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
for next week’s bulletin should be left with
Josephine before 7.30pm on Wednesday - Tel 77781627
or email email@example.com
– ST JOSEPH’S
Rhys Armstrong Sunday 13th Sorcha O’Hara
– Mon and Fri 9.30am Wed 8.00pm
Tues and Thurs 10.00am
OF TIME FOR VIGIL MASS IN ST PETER & ST PAUL’S,
FOREGLEN – starting on 26th November
(start of Advent) the Saturday evening Vigil Mass
will be at 7.00pm for a provisional period. If this
proves to be suitable this change may well be made
OF THE SICK – The Sick in Teeavan,
Carnanbane and Foreglenwill be visited on Monday
SPRING DRAW – Tickets are now available
in the Sacristies.
SERVERS – ST JOSEPH’S
Sat 12th Nov
– Team 3 – Oran Cassidy, Adam Cassidy,
Cahir Coll, Oran McCormick, Reece Armstrong, Niall
Sun 13th Nov
– team 4 (W) – Aedan McGrellis, Ellie
McGrellis, Ciara mcCloskey, Conor Campbell, Sorcha
McGrellis, Daniel McGrellis, Casey Ross
SERVERS – FOREGLEN week beginning 13th
November – Team 4 – Niamh Morahan, Orla
O’Connor, Caoimhe O’Hara, Cathaoir Brolly
FOR DECEASED YOUNG PEOPLE: A Mass will be
celebrated for all the deceased young people of the
Derry Diocese in St Eugene’s Cathedral on Sunday
6th November at 3.00pm. It will be an opportunity
for us to join as families and friends of those who
have lost young loved ones in a spirit of prayer and
hope. Tea and coffee will be available afterwards.
Everyone is welcome.
MASS FOR DECEASED TEACHERS The annual
Mass for the deceased teachers of the Derry Diocese
will take place in the St Columba’s Church,
Long Tower , Derry, on Wednesday 16thNovember at 7.30pm.
Everyone is welcome.
in Crossfire Advent Calendar Boxes will be
distributed at the church doors after Masses over
the weekend of 19th/20th and 26th/27th November. The
proceeds from this campaign will go towards supporting
the NOURISH project in Ethiopia which treats children
from poor communities who are suffering from severe
acute malnutrition. We are looking for volunteers
of all ages and abilities to help with the distribution
of the calendar boxes. If you are interested in getting
involved, please call Mark on 02871 269898 or email
YOUTHLIFE GROWING THROUGH CHANGE PROGRAMME
18th – Sunday 20th November 2011. There
is no more traumatic event in a child’s life
than the loss of a loved one. The trauma is difficult
for young people to deal with because their limited
experienced does not yet contain the tools to cope
with such a situation. The loss of a loved one brings
with it many different feelings and emotions. These
can appear so unbearable that the young person may
feel that s/he cannot cope. Young people need to know
that it is alright to show their grief in their own
way without feeling guilty or wrong. We are offering
an opportunity for young people to get away for a
weekend where we will help them to begin to understand
why they are feeling this way and to show that these
feelings are normal and that they will not always
feel this way. The weekend is residential and takes
place in the Residential Centre, Ulster American Folk
Park from 8 pm on Friday 18th until 5 pm on Sunday
20th November. The activities of the weekend consist
of: personal experience presentations by young volunteers,
small discussion groups and audio & visual presentations.
information and application forms please contact Bridie
or Pat at the Youthlife CentreTel: 028 71377227 Mobile:
07912507388 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or visit
our web site www.youthlife.org
FOREGLEN COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION – DAYCARE –
the annual sale and draw will be held on
Thursday 17th November at 8pm in the Community Hall.
We are grateful for all the support we have had in
past years and once again we are looking to the Community
to help us raise funds for our Daycare Centre. Please
plan to come along and enjoy a good night out. If
you have good quality used items to spare, bring them
along to the hall or contact Fiona (07851024663) or
Kathaleen (07729757647). They will be visiting homes
in the coming days and donations would be most welcome.
Look forward to seeing you on the night!!
THE IRISH CATHOLIC NEWSPAPER final part of
special feature on the parishes of Co. Derry in this
week’s edition. Cost £1. Available from
Centra, Feeny and McElhinney’s Shop, Park.
BLOOD TRANSFUSION SERVICE The next blood
donation session will be held in St Mary's Primary
School, Altinure on Friday 18th November 3-4.15pm
ST MARY’S GAC, BANAGHER
- Sunday 6th November at 2pm - U-21 Football semi-final
- Banagher v Foreglen
Draw - All outstanding money must be paid
by this Thursday 10th November at the Pavilion at
7.30pm. Draw takes place in Dan's, Claudy on Saturday
Winning Lotto numbers 1st Nov 16, 17, 19,
28. No winners. Next Weeks Jackpot £2,700.
HOSPICE FUNDRAISER - Healthy Eating Cookery
Demonstrations in association with Strawberry Tulip.
Registration Fee £10 - (100% profits to Foyle
Hospice, demonstrator time and use of premises donated
free to Foyle Hospice). Contact Rachel @ Foyle Hospice
(028 71 359888), Donna @ Cafe Rosso, 87 Main St.,
Dungiven (0287774 0222) or Dolores @ Strawberry Tulip
(028 7774 0072).
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT GROUP LTD.
Worshops: the second in this popular series
of local history workshops takes place on Friday 11th
November at 7.30pm in Amity House, Donemana. Dr. William
Rouston, , will discuss rural industry in the Park
and Donemana areas, (mills, foundries, bleach greens
etc), and how they contributed to the rural economy.
Transport will be provided from Park to Donemana for
the event (new attendees are more than welcome).
Costume Making Workshops: Do you have creative
and artistic talent? Come along to our costume making
workshops. It’s a great opportunity for anyone
interested in learning the basics of making costumes
for family, friends, schools, youth clubs, playgroups
etc. This could even kickstart a new career! Book
your place on either of the following two series of
workshops: Wed mornings 9th, 16th & 23rd November
from 10.30am – 1.30pm OR Thurs evenings 10th
& 17th November from 7pm – 9.30pm.
Storytelling Workshops: with Madeline McCully
- an excellent opportunity to learn the skills and
techniques of storytelling, from researching stories
to delivering them confidently. As well as being a
fun way for anyone to learn a new skill the workshops
will be excellent for parents, school teachers, pre-school
leaders etc already involved in storytelling in their
everyday work. Book for either the morning workshops
on Wed 16th & 23rd November 10.30am – 1.00pm
OR evenings 7.30-9.30pm.
Gardening Workshop: with Gareth Austin for
anyone interested in growing their own fruit and vegetables.
As an experienced horticulturalist Gareth will focus
on maintaining plots over the winter period and the
preparation that needs to be done for the Spring growing
season. He will also offer expertise and tips on other
gardening related matters that participants want to
discuss. Monday 28th November @ 10.30am.
Club: reminder to current members that November’s
meeting takes place on Wed 9th at 8.00pm in Learmount
Available for the Over 60’s in Learmount Resource
Centre (Age Concern Room) every Sat from 10.30am to
2.00pm starting 5th November. Prices all reduced.
Men welcome. Just call in or phone Patricia on 71337118
/ 07899777354 for an appointment. Home visits can
also be arranged.
Household Recycling Centre: Winter opening
hours ow in effect: Mon – Sat 8.30am to 5.00pm
(no late night openings). Contact Learmount Community
Centre at 77781881 or email email@example.com
for further information or tobook your place on any
of the above.
RETREAT FOR SENIOR CITIZENS and their friends
in the Carmelite Retreat Centre Termonbacca on Wednesday
16th November, beginning at 11a.m.
Walsh will conduct a WEEKEND RETREAT
at the Carmelite Retreat Centre Termonbacca, from
Friday 18th - Sunday 20th November. Bookings for the
retreats can be made by contacting the Carmelite Fathers
Office. Tel: 71 262512.
to the parish Novena, the HOLY FAMILY PADRE PIO PRAYER
GROUP will not
be held on Monday night, but on TUESDAY night the
8th November starting with 7.15 pm Mass. There will
be two 1st class relics of St Pio at the meeting.
JOSEPH'S YOUTH CLUB will
begin on Tuesday 8th November 2011 for Group 1 and
2. Group 1 - P4 - P7 in St Joseph's Hall Fincairn
from 7pm - 8.45pm. Admission £1 per child per
night. Group 2 1st year - 18years in Feeny Community
Hall from 7pm - 9pm Admission £1 per person
per night. Please note there will be a parents rota
for each night, particularly for Group 1.
WORKERS FOR NOVEMBER
Ministers – Sat – Anne &
Dan Sun – Patsy & Geraldine
– Sat – Leo Coll Sun – Seamus McCloskey
and Aidan O’Neill
Cleaners – Anne Devine, Mary McLaughlin,
Brigid McLaughlin, Deirdre Crossan
– Karen Hasson & Brenda Millar
Ladies – Brenda McCloskey, Shauna Quirke
– Sat – Patrick Conway Morning –
Sat Mickey Quinn, Sean Eakin, Martin Smyth, Colm O’Kane
Sun – Oliver brolly, Alfie Dallas (Snr), Thomas
Conway, Jim Conway
Team 2, Dreen & Tamnagh