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Mission Partners


The Catholic Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales works across a wide range of subjects nationally and internationally. On their website you will find more information about their work – from liturgy, patrimony and worship to education, family life and dialogue with other religions; from Christian unity, healthcare and evangelisation to environmental issues, overseas aid and development and migration. These subjects and many more are covered, alphabetically, on their site. section.


We are part of the Arundel and Brighton Catholic Diocese in Surrey and Sussex, where you are welcomed to the community of people who are committed to Christ and His Church. If the Gospel Message is new to you, or if you are seeking detailed information about the diocese, their site will help you explore the many ways in which the life of the Diocese and its parishes can you on your pilgrimage of Life. On their website you will find the details of the many parishes within the diocese, watch Live Stream Mass from the Cathedral, join courses that are run online and find out where you can join these courses face to face in a parish setting.


Divine Renovation is a Catholic Ministry dedicated to parish renewal. They accompany priests and lay leaders who desire to see their parish come alive by providing them with the tools and coaching they need to lead their parish from maintenance to mission. Divine Renovation believe that in order to thrive, a parish must fully embrace its missionary identity. You can watch, read and take part in some amazing and inspirational videos, blogs and courses. This ministry is capable of transforming lives.

Founded in 2010 to tell the Church’s story in the media with charity and clarity and to train others to do the same in their own lives. If you have ever struggled or been afraid to discuss your faith and beliefs with others, this website is for you. Catholic Voices help you reframe a question and answer in a way that feels comfortable and natural to you. It helps you voice your thoughts and feelings about your beliefs.


This Parish is a member of the Churches Together in Camberley. The aim of Churches Together in Camberley (CTC) is to build better relationships. CTC want to play their part in building better relationships between different parts of the community, different nationalities living in Camberley, different churches and, above all, building better relationships between ourselves and God.” Take a look at their facebook page.

Charities we work with

SVP Camberley and Frimley is the local branch of the national charity, St Vincent de Paul Society. It is an Ecumenical organisation that is committed to helping combat poverty and tackle isolation in practical ways at a local level, giving those in need in our society a chance at living a happier life. They offer friendship, practical help and support to EVERYONE, irrespective of faith, ethnicity, status or sexual orientation and aim to show a compassion that is non-judgmental towards those with whom they work. The SVP have strict safeguarding policies and procedures, all members hold DBS certification. Click Here to find out more about the Local SVP


CAFOD is an internation development charity who reach out to people living in poverty with practical help, whatever their religion or culture.  CAFOD is the official aid agency of the Catholic Church in England and Wales and part of Caritas Internation.
Through their global Church network, one of the largest in the world, they have the potential to reach everyone.  And they campaign for global justice, so that every woman, man and child can live a full and dignified life.
Find out more from their website 


The Knights of St Columba (KSC) are an Order of Catholic men national and International, bound together in Charity, Unity and Fraternity to enrich their faith and spirituality by words and actions to proclaim the moral and social message of the Catholic Church.  THE KSC are firmly committed to the protection of human life, from conception to natural death, and to the preservation and defence of the family.  Providing SUPPORT and ASSISTANCE  for others and young people to grow in the likeness of Christ.  See their website for more details on their work and how to join them.


This is a network of Catholic men who meet regularly to enjoy each other’s company and to help and support each other throughout the world.
Founded in Manchester, Catenians can now be found in many countries and today are active throughout the U.K., Ireland, Australia, Malta, India, Bangladesh Zimbabwe, South Africa and Nazareth.
Their local Circles meet monthly and arrange activities both for their members and their families: meals together, barbecues, picnics, visits to the theatre and sporting events are all popular.  Local Circle to our parish is

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