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Annual Solemn Novena in honour of Our Lady of Perpetual Help. Nine Sundays before Christmas in Long Tower Church at 6.00pm. The theme of the Novena, is‘Mary, Mother of the Family’. Each night will comprise of the Rosary, Novena prayer and petitions, talk given by various guest speakers and ceremony of healing with Benediction of the Blessed Sacrament. The Novena begins today (Sunday) at 6.00pm.
Mass in honour of Blessed Alexandrina will be held in Termonbacca on Sunday, 29th October at 7.30pm.
Society of St. Vincent De Paul requires donations of bedroom furniture and ladies winter clothing especially knitwear. Please contact 71265489 for collection.
Older People North West (AGE Concern) search for the 31st Pensioner of the Year. To nominate, request a form from Older People North West, Chapel Road, or email email@example.com. On the form provide details of the nominee and why you feel they are worthy of this prestigious award. Nominations can be made by anyone. Completed forms must be returned by Tuesday, 7th November. The Gala Awards will be held on Thursday, 16th November.
All Diabetics – Exercise classes every Tuesday t in the Gasyard Centre at 7.30pm. Only £3.00 per one hour session. Classes suitable for both male and female from age 16 upwards. Join ‘Diabetics Together’.
The Northern Ireland Rare Disease Partnership (Foyle Forum) will hold its next meeting on Monday, 6th November in the City Hotel at 11.00 am. Contact Sandra Campbell for further details 07512 880466 or Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Are you concerned about your drinking? Are you 50 or over and feel your drinking is causing problems in your life? Drink Wise Age Well offer free support throughout the WHSCT area on an individual or group basis. Are you concerned about a family member’s drinking? Are they 50 or over? Contact us on 82839240. Come along to our weekly support group for free and confidential support. Friday 10.00am-12 noon, Verbal Arts Centre, Stable Lane & Mall Wall, Bishop Street.
Can you help address the need for food in this city: The Pantry Project is a project of The Churches Trust established to meet the needs of people in extreme hardship. Last year they provided food to over 2,000 people. People can be referred to the project by contacting their local community groups, Waterside Neighbourhood Partnership or Greater Shantallow Area Partnership. Referrals can also been made directly to The Churches Trust. The Pantry Project would appreciate if you could bring non-perishable foods to the Cathedral next week. Flyers about the project are available at the back of the church. If you would like to know more about this Project, please call The Churches Trust on 71311322.