images.png
  • Facebook Social Icon
Safeguarding.jpg

©2020 PCCs of St Mary & St Peter. 

Diocesan-Growth-Logo.jpg

When a loved one dies there is so much to think about in a time of great grief and uncertainty. If you are grieving the loss of a loved one we hope that this prayer might help bring a little light into the darkness:

 

God of all consolation,

in your unending love and mercy

you turn the darkness of death

into the dawn of new life.

Your Son, by dying for us, conquered death

and, by rising again, restored to us eternal life.

May we then go forward eagerly to meet our redeemer

and, after our life on earth,

be reunited with all our brothers and sisters

in that place where every tear is wiped away

and all things are made new;

through Jesus Christ our Saviour.

Amen.

 

If your loved one lived in Hampden Park or the Hydneye please ask your Funeral Director to contact Fr Adam Ransom on 01323 502738.

‚Äč

In these difficult times the death of a loved one is particularly hard and restrcitions on social gatherings mean that a funeral can only be attended by a maximum of eight individuals. Funerals will be conducted as simply as possible with the full expectation that when the coronavirus threat has passed a full memorial service will take place in church to remember your loved one.