Divine Renovation

book

By Fr James Mallon

The ideas presented in Divine Renovation are guiding change in our parish. Over 40 parishioners participated in the book discussion groups held in the parish over Lent and many more have read the book on their own.

Divine Renovation – Request for Feedback

We are gathering feedback that will help form vision and mission priorities in our parish. Please take time over the coming weeks to complete the Divine Renovation Book Discussion Feedback Form and return it to the parish. The Divine Renovation Team will collate the feedback and discuss what steps we can take as a parish community to begin to allow the ideas to grow into a plan and process for the parish. These outcomes will be shared with the parish community in the coming months.

To download the Divine Renovation Feedback Form, click on either link below. The PDF version can be filled in by hand, the Word version can be edited on computer and the completed form emailed to the team. Instructions for both methods of feedback are given in the forms themselves:

Link to Divine Renovation Book Discussion Feedback Form – PDF version
Link to Divine Renovation Book Discussion Feedback Form – Word version

Divine Renovation YouTube Videos

We would love for everyone in our parish to be exposed to, and hopefully energized by the concepts in this book. If you have not had a chance to read the book, here are a series of 5 15-minute videos that explains the main concepts. To view them click on the links below:

Divine Renovation: An interview with Fr James Mallon: part 1

Divine Renovation: An interview with Fr James Mallon: part 2

Divine Renovation: An interview with Fr James Mallon: part 3

Divine Renovation: An interview with Fr James Mallon: part 4

Divine Renovation: An interview with Fr James Mallon: part 5

Alpha in the Parish

As we move from maintenance to mission, the Parish of St Cuthbert will be running the Alpha course for all of our parishioners and the wider community from September 2017. For more information about Alpha, please click on this link:

Fr James Mallon talks about Alpha