The Parish Directory lists the groups and organisations in our parish, with information about how you can get involved or how the parish can offer you support.
Altar servers are an important part of our celebration of the sacred liturgy. Their service at the altar lends dignity and reverence to the Mass, and allows the priest and people to concentrate on the sacred actions. The servers also have a privileged experience of the Church’s liturgy.
The Association for the Propagation of the Faith (APF) is the official Catholic charity that guarantees support to all 1,069 overseas mission dioceses in the world.
Available to any parishioner who has been bereaved, giving prayerful support at what can so often be a very challenging time. Members of the group will visit you in confidence, in the privacy of your own home.
Children’s Week is an annual event held for one week in the summer at Our Lady of Walsingham for the children of the parish.
The sweeping, dusting, window cleaning, hoovering, brass rubbing and various other cleaning jobs are done by a team of enthusiastic volunteers.
We provide light refreshments in the parish centre after the 9.15am Mass on Sundays. We do this because we think building a sense of community in the parish is important. No one sits alone.
A dedicated team of Eucharistic ministers takes Holy Communion to the sick and housebound of our parish, sharing in Christ’s ministry to the sick by bringing the Body of Christ to those who are unable to attend Mass.
Extraordinary Ministers of the Eucharist assist the clergy with the distribution of Holy Communion at Mass.
Our parish is a Fairtrade parish. The FAIRTRADE Mark is the only way to guarantee that farmers in the developing world receive a fair price for their products.
On the first Friday of each month the Blessed Sacrament is exposed for Adoration from 6-7pm, concluding with Benediction at 6.45pm..
Our parish is truly blessed with the beautiful gardens and grounds at both our churches. The volunteer team of gardeners always needs help.
Readers serve the parish by proclaiming the Word of God at Mass.
We are an enthusiastic and friendly group committed to raising awareness and working for a more just and peaceful world.
A lay order of Catholic men over the age of 16. The local group is Council 572 (Enfield & District) and covers the parishes of Enfield, Ponders End, Waltham Cross, Cheshunt, and Hoddesdon.
Love in Action will help our parish to celebrate the way we are living our faith in the world, and to discover new ways that we can bring Christ’s love to our community by exploring the six guiding principles of Catholic social action, which all flow from God’s creation of us, and his continuing relationship with us.
A social group meeting 1st and 3rd Thursdays each month in the Parish Centre. We offer a warm welcome to new members as well as providing fellowship to those who are ill or who suddenly find themselves alone.
We are lucky to have a number of groups leading the music at our Masses.
The Our Lady of Walsingham Committee assists the Parish Priest in the running of our Chapel of Ease, Our Lady of Walsingham & the English Martyrs.
Is available for hire by all parishioners and provides an excellent facility for family occasions such as baptisms, birthdays and anniversary celebrations. Very competitive rates. Booking form and further information is available from the Presbytery.
The planned giving envelope scheme has been running for many years, providing a stable and regular offertory income for the parish. Parishioners receive a box of envelopes for each Sunday of the year and if possible commit to giving a regular sum each week.
Come and enjoy some sacred space to Relax, Pray and Meditate.
The Repository provides religious books, cards and other goods and is run by a team of volunteers.
The 29th Enfield is the Scout group attached to our parish. We provide a varied weekly programme supplemented by various outdoor and weekend activities. We have 3 sections for boys and girls.
The St Vincent de Paul Society offers practical help to those in our community in need. Finding, loving and serving God in our communities are fundamental to the Society’s work.
TWIN is the parish’s own Third World Charity. TWIN has provided over £150,000 to some 30 countries in Africa, Asia and South America. As well as financial support, we provide moral support to those working in arduous circumstances through personal correspondence and occasional direct contact.