Parish Feast days this week
On Friday, 25th January, it is the feast of the Conversion of St Paul. Mass will be at 9:15am in St Paul’s Church
On Saturday, 26th January, it is the feast of St Timothy and St Titus. Mass will be at 10am in St Timothy’s Church
Some Christmas scenes at St Paul’s church
Brief welcome and history
Welcome to the Parish of St Paul and St Timothy in the West Derby area of Liverpool. We are a growing parish with at present around 700 people attending our three weekend Masses, Saturday 5:30pm at St Timothy's, Sunday 8:30am and 11:15am at St Paul's.
St Paul's church was opened in 1914 and consecrated in 1915. St Timothy's parish was established in 1957 and the two parishes amalgamated in 1997.
Another paragraph will be eventually inserted from the About page (which is being written by one of the History group set up in 2015).
The parish history is only important if it helps us to build our community spirit and we move on from the past.
We are starting a monthly series of Special Articles written by parishioners on behalf of various teams or groups. After contributions from the RCIA team in September and the Knights of St Columba in October. It is the turn of the Social and Welfare Group in November.
A few parishioners did the CAFOD Fun Run …..
Marion Simonet (elected unopposed) is the representative for St Paul’s at Synod 2020. Mark Thompson was elected as the representative for St Timothy’s,
The annual Christingle Service and the annual Ecumenical Carol service have both been held. Photos available…
KSC organised another collection of goods for the Foodbank……..
A group of parishioners went to Walsingham recently with a pilgrimage from St Margaret Mary’s…….
A page has been added about the Christian Brothers at St Timothy’s, their way of living and their work
Some parishioners joined members of other churches on a walk for CAFOD …..
Ten delegates from the parish went to Adoremus and 3 have submitted reports….
KSC has recently paid for refurbishment of the sanctuary lamp at St Paul's
The Lourdes at Home events between July 21st and 28th were well attended...…
Some Parishioners went to Lourdes.....
Pat has written a History of the Senior Choir
Sacramental Events this week
Congratulations to our children who made their First Holy Communion on Saturday, 24th June.....
Please keep them in your prayers
Also congratulations to children who have been baptised recently and to recently married couples.....
Brief Contact Details
address: The Presbytery 10, Spring Grove, West Derby, Liverpool L12 8SJ
Parish office number: 0151 228 3405
email: firstname.lastname@example.org (for attention of Fr John Southworth)
email: email@example.com (for general enquiries)
email: firstname.lastname@example.org (for comments on web pages)
The annual Mass and social for volunteers in the parish will take place on Friday, January 18th. More details later.
On Sunday 21st October, a pastoral letter about Synod 2020 from the Archbishop was read at all Masses……..
Meetings to be held in St Paul’s church for Parents with children in Year 4 who do not attend Catholic Schools but would like their children prepared for 1st reconciliation and 1st Holy Communion……
Exposition and Rosary Monday to Friday starting at 8am is being discontinued from Monday, October 1st .....
The trip to Pantasaph and Holywell that had been arranged for June 23rd has been cancelled. It is being rearranged for a date in the Autumn......
Forthcoming ecumenical meetings have now been added to the calendar
For brief details about services, meetings, future events etc, please look at the calendar.
If any parish event or meeting is missing from the Calendar or is incorrect, please give the information required by emailing
Note, though, that weekday masses are subject to change and so they have only been inserted for the current week.
Notes from the webmaster:
1. Many photographs are altered by the webmaster. Some are cropped, some are made brighter, some have minor details removed. After advice, some of the older photos that were inserted at the start of the website process did have faces slightly pixelated because of lack of consent from parishioners at the time. Some people may have objected to this - so the pixelation has now been removed. It is hoped that the webmaster is not attacked by former parishioners who have left this world! All pictures have their resolution reduced to save space and, hence, loading times are shorter. Anyone who wants a copy of the original photo can apply to the webmaster who will ask the original owner of the photo for permission to be sent.
2. Apologies for any unintended insertion of material (particularly if copyrighted) that should be attributed to others