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Think about - How it made you feel, what it made you think about and what it might make you do now.
Lectio Divina - Week Beginning 1st March 2021
Is it the second week in Lent and this week's theme is FASTING.
Click the video below to join in Lectio Divina with Mr Gallagher.
Lectio Divina - Week Beginning 22nd February 2021
It is the first week of Lent and this weeks theme is PRAYER.
Click the video below to join in Lectio Divina with Miss Wagner.
Lectio Divina - Week Beginning 8th February 2021
Is it the fifth week in ordinary time and this week's theme is HEALING.
Click here to join in Lectio Divina with Miss Hanson.
Lectio Divina - Week Beginning 1st February 2021
Is it the fourth week in ordinary time and this week's theme is CARE.
Click the video below to join in Lectio Divina with Miss Baraclough.
Lectio Divina - Week Beginning 25th January 2021
Is it the third week in ordinary time and this week's theme is INSPIRE.
Click the video below to join in Lectio Divina with Mrs Moloney.
Week Beginning 17th January 2021
Is it the second week in ordinary time and this week's theme is CHALLENGE.
Click here to join in Lectio Divina with Mrs Johnson.
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It made me feel calm and relaxed. And good about what I’ve given up for lent because God is always with me to help.
This weeks Lectio made me feel calm relaxed and loved.
Thank you for the lectio Mr Gallagher, it really made me think that there is always more than one type of fasting (such as: not eating for a day or more, you can fast by giving up somthing you don't need anymore and might donate it and you pray without anything else but God.
I really liked the LECTIO DIVINA with Mr Gallagher and the Lectio made me feel very calm and relaxed
This liturgy was really nice and i enjoyed it a lot thank you
It was AMAZING! I loved it!
i loved the passage it made me fell that I should always believe in myself and never lose hope
it make me feel calm and happy
It made me think about how today’s going to go and it made me feel calm and peaceful
And I loved the scripture and the theme
Please click the link below to join in the SJF Stations of the Cross 2020
Carol Concert 2018
Thursday 21st December at 9am
Everyone is welcome so please do come along and join in the singing.
Year One Class Liturgy about Neighbours.
Matthew 22:39 - Love thy neighbour as thyself
Thank you to all the friends and family who shared in this special celebration.
Carol Service - 19th December 2018
Thank you for joining with us to celebrate this years Carol Service in School.
Second Day of the Eucharist - April 2018
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
In preparation for the National Eucharistic Congress in September 2018, Bishop Patrick addressed the children via a live link. The children then spent time in their classes adoring the Blessed Sacrament, experiencing the real presence of Jesus in their lives.
Carol Service - December 2017
Day of the Eucharist - 24th November 2017
Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament
In preparation for the National Eucharistic Congress in September 2018, Bishop Patrick spoke to the children via a live link from the chapel at Bishop's House about what the Eucharist meant to him in his daily life and led them in a short prayer session. Father Michael then spent some time in school with children and staff in Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament.
Harvest - October 2017
First Holy Communion Celebrations June 2017
Year 6 Retreat day
May Liturgy - May 2017
Thank you year 4 for leading our liturgy so well. Excellent reading, acting and singing.
Year 4 Class Liturgy - March 2017
Well done year 4. A prayerful liturgy on 'Giving and Receiving'.
Ash Wednesday Liturgy - March 2017
We begin the Lenten journey together.
Reception Class Liturgy - January 2017
Excellent reading, singing and dancing from the children in reception during their class liturgy.
Carol Service - December 2016
The Carol Service took place in school and at St Mary's Church. Many thanks to all the children and families who volunteered and participated in both services. Also a big thank you to St Mary's folk group who helped make the service at church a special occasion.
Advent Penitential Service - December 2016
Thank you to Father Stephan and Father Simon for sharing in our service and enabling our KS2 children to receive the Sacrament of Reconciliation.
Year of Mercy 2015-2016
Closing celebration Mass at St Barnabas Cathedral
18th November 2016
On Friday 18th November, schools from all over the Diocese were invited to share in the closing celebration Mass for the end of the extraordinary Year of Mercy. Mrs Hirst and Mrs Moloney, along with the three year 6 chaplains travelled to St Barnabas Cathedral, Nottingham to share in the Mass celebrated by Bishop Patrick. They were lucky enough to meet Bishop Patrick after the celebrations. It was a fantastic way for all schools within the Nottingham Diocese to gather together and close this extraordinary year.
Harvest Mass - October 2016
Thank you to all the children, families and friends of St John Fisher for donating a bumper 'crop' for the St Vincent de Paul Society to distribute.