The focus of our Lenten journey is the cross in this acrylic painting. And so its size and position are paramount.


Shapes and Lenten colours are aimed at illustrating our journey this year. The 14 people represent the Stations of the Cross on which we reflect each week In Lent. They also are meant to illustrate the lovely words of Joel: ‘Come back to me with all your heart’.


So our God of Compassion ‘pours his Love into our hearts in a new and exciting way’ (Bible Alive p 12) this Lent 2015.


Joe Tunstall


LENT 2015





Creator God, who made our beautiful world,
appointed us as its guardians
and gifted us with everything we need,
forgive us
for the times we cause it harm;
for the times our way of life
affects our neighbours.


Inspire us
to care for the environment;
to help rebuild lives and communities;
to share in the griefs and anxieties,
joys and hopes of all your people,
so that all your creation may flourish.


Stephen Davis/CAFOD


CAFOD Lenten Calendar


LENT 2015


To prepare for Holy Week at St Winefride's a timetable of all events planned has been prepared so you can plan your activities accordingly.




"Fear not... you are precious in my eyes"

(Isaiah 43)


Pope's Lenten Message
Bishop's Pastoral Letter for Lent

Church of England Bishops:

Who is my Neighbour?

Diocese of Shrewsbury

Guide to Confession

Justice and Peace

Stations of the Cross

Lenten Reflections

Lenten Activities - Calendar of Events

Ecumencial Lenten Lunches

(Neston & District Churches Together)

Ecumenical House Groups

(Neston & District Churches Together)