Our Parish

As our school building is attached to St Margaret Ward Church, we have very strong links to the Parish and Church events. We are therefore including a page on our website which provides a few brief details of our Parish, along with the times of Mass and other church services.

Childrens Liturgy Group at St Margaret Ward   Each week at our 5.30pm Saturday Vigil Mass, a group of volunteer parents organise and run a 'Little Church' for children of all ages to take part in a Childrens Liturgy. They read the Gospel together and then join in a fun activity relevant to the Gospel message. All children are most welcome and we'd love to have more children and their families come to Saturday Evening Mass so please come along!

Father Ned Wall is our Parish Priest.
Following his ordination,Father Ned was based in parishes in Stockport and Birkenhead before he took up his next appointment, this time in Peru,South America, where he worked for over ten years.
In addition to our own parish of St Margaret Ward, Father Ned is also Parish Priest of All Saints and Our Lady of Lourdes. He is assisted by Father Bernard, and Deacons Anthony Caffrey and John Conway. 

New website for our three Parishes: ourparishes.church

 

    

Times of Mass and Eucharistic Services

                               Saturday   5.30pm (Vigil) Mass (with children's Little Church) 
Monday     9.15am Eucharistic Service
        Tuesday     9.15am Mass/Eucharistic Service 
 Wednesday  9.15am Eucharistic Service
         Thursday    7.30pm Mass/Eucharistic Service
 Friday        9.15am Eucharistic Service

Baptisms by prior arrangement 
The Presbytery, 164 Carrington Lane, Sale M33 5WL  Tel: 0161 962 4444

Sacramental Programme  

Each year, a number of our children from Year 3 make their First Forgiveness and First Holy Communion at St Margaret Ward Church.

This great milestone in their faith journey is marked by a series of celebration services, culminating in a whole school Thanksgiving Mass, after which, the children who have received their First Sacraments have a party.