Mass streamed every day at 10-00am, except Wednesday when it is at 7-00pm. St Stephen's open for personal visits and prayer 10-45am to 12-00Noon every day except Wednesday. St Margaret's open 11-00am to 12-00Noon on Sundays.

Justice and Peace 

 

CAFOD Family Fast day - Friday 9 October 

Please pray for all those affected by the Coronavirus crisis and donate online at cafod.org.uk/give

 

 

 

Leeds Diocesan Justice and Peace Commission

 If you would like to explore their website please click here.

   

 

This year the CAFOD Family Fast day collection will be helping people facing the worst of the coronavirus crisis.

We've all felt the impact of this terrible disease - let's come together to help the poorest and most vulnerable people in the world to

Survive, Rebuild and Heal.

You can donate using the envelopes in Church, Online at www.cafod.org.uk or via text.

Text CAFOD to 70085 to donate £10. 

 

 

 St Stephen's

Justice and Peace Group

If you would like to join or to find out more about  please click here to contact Sheila Gregory or the Parish Office, or just come along to a meeting.

Justice and Peace Group Advent Appeal 2019

SOS Children's Village

Gode

Ethiopia

SOS Children's Villages UK Website 

 

Looking after our Common Home

Sign the petition to the Prime Minister:

CAFOD Climate Change Petition

On Sunday 1 September the Justice and Peace group, with support from Bronagh at CAFOD Leeds, organised a Creation Mass to celebrate the beauty of God’s creation and to highlight the threats to our planet. After Mass we had an inter-generational discussion where older members of the congregation shared their experiences with the enthusiasm of youth. Inspired by fourteen year old Ben, a group of us went litter picking on Sunday 15 September around Skipton and collected several bulging bags of rubbish.

Share the Journey Refugee Walk

8 July 2018

On Sunday 8 July 2018 walkers from Skipton joined thousands of others to help complete CAFOD'S 24,900-mile walk around the world in solidarity with refugees. They contributed about 128 miles to the challenges they completed a walk along the Leeds-Liverpool canal to Silsden, where they met with walkers from Keighley. 

Click here to read the Craven Herald report

Click here to learn more about CAFOD's Share the Journey walk

See the gallery below for more photos: