Donations.

St Marys Lavey Chapel Renovation Scaffolding St Marys Lavey Chapel Renovation Scaffolding andler St Marys Lavey Chapel Renovation Scaffolding derry

Donations to Chapel Renovations can be made directly to

Father Eamon Graham PP - 028 796 42458

Email Secretary laveyparish@btinternet.com

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Sponsor a Chapel Tile for £100 Fund Raiser

* To celebrate the re-opening of our Church
* To celebrate a special event in your life
* In thanks for a child baptised
* To remember your wedding
* To remember a loved one
* As a gift
* Or to make a lasting difference to Saint Mary's for future generations

All tile sponsors will be recorded in a dedicated heritage book which will include their name and a message.

This will become a permanent part of our church records.

You will also receive a momento of your donation in the form of a specially designed card

 with your name and number(s) of your tile(s).

Contact Parish Office by email or Tel 028 796 42458 - Payable in instalments

Sponsor a Tile Application forms available online - click here

Fr Graham PP and roofing tradesmen, admire the view from the new chapel spire

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DVD of Church Renovations and Re-Opening Mass by Jim Kerr Photography.

Drone and Multicamera Mass Footage.

Video of Chapel before renovations.

On Sale £20 sterling - Contact Parish Office (028 796 42458)

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Charitable Donations and Organisations.

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Jesus sat down opposite the treasury
and observed how the crowd put money into the treasury.
Many rich people put in large sums.
A poor widow also came and put in two small coins worth a few cents.
Calling his disciples to himself, he said to them,
"Amen, I say to you, this poor widow put in more
than all the other contributors to the treasury.
For they have all contributed from their surplus wealth,
but she, from her poverty, has contributed all she had,
her whole livelihood."

MK 12:41-44

Charitable Organisations - Sample listing

Trocaire

SVDP

World Missions

Aid to the Church in Need

Catholic Extension

Mary's Meals

Saint Jude's Children's Research Hospital

Cork Penny Dinners

Capuchin Day Centre

Concern

Irish Red Cross

Little Sisters of the Poor

Focus Ireland

La Croix Internationale

The Little Way Association

CAFOD

Caritas

Kevin Bell Repatriation Trust
Mukuru Promotion Centre   

Saint Josphat House

Sight Savers

Mosul Christians Appeal

Pakistan Christians help

 

Remember this day the Great Irish Famine.

An Gorta Mór

 

Woman Begging at Clonakilty