At the end of last term we were incredibly busy in Chaplaincy with so much going on however, two events ion particular were incredibly important in the formation of our students and those pupils who we hope will join us at St Gregory’s one day.
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After several weeks of reflection and commemoration to those who lost their lives in WW1, here are some of the beautiful and poignant tributes created and left by our students this November.
This week in assemblies we officially launched our annual Christmas Present Appeal linking it to the capacity we all have to be saints of today.
In order to keep costs as low as possible, we are going to have to book train tickets next week for any year students who wish to go on our retreat to St Cassian’s, Kintbury on the 11-14th May.
This coming week we will be branching out into our parishes, having our students lead prayer and worship in different ways at St Mary’s and St Peter & Paul’s.
The season of Lent begins with Ash Wednesday when we traditionally use the ash from last year’s palms to make a cross on our foreheads.
We recently received an email from our local Food Bank in Bath thanking us for our contribution back in October for the Harvest collection.
As we rearrange the school Chapel after Christmas, taking down the crib, decorations and festive displays everything has begun to look a bit bare.
For the month of November students have been working hard in the Chapel to create a ‘Wall of Remembrance’.