Father Christmas collecting with Wycombe Lions

Fr Christmas low res

Members of the Source Community joined the Wycombe Lions to collect for the Wycombe Rent Deposit Guarantee Scheme which we founded nearly twenty years ago in conjunction with the Guinness Trust and Wycombe District Council.

The Charity helps those in housing need by offering an underwritten guarantee to landlords in place of the monetary deposit usually required, thus allowing homeless people to access accommodation. The Charity is recognised as one of the most successful one of its kind and it has helped many hundreds of people get back on their feet. It also offers advice and intermediary services to those in housing need, often preventing homelessness before it happens.

Youth Prayer Group in Slovakia

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Members of the Faith and Friendship Youth Prayer Group went with Dom to meet with the European Network of Communities (ENC) in Slovakia.

Dom – New Leader for the Source Community


Community Leader Dom

Community Leader Dom


Dominic steps up as the new leader for the Source Community in 2015, in what promises to be an exciting time. With his encouragement, our youth are mobilising in High Wycome and are helping to host a Day of Renewal for the Ark Renewal Community and the local Parish. The youth are then flying off with Dom to Slovakia to join the European Network of Communities (ENC) for a weekend looking at what it means to be community in the European Church today.

Medjugorje Apparition in Cookham

Our Lady of Peace


Medjugorje is a village in Bosnia and Herzegovina in which the Blessed Virgin Mary – Our Lady of Peace – has been appearing daily for almost 33 years.

St Elizabeth RC Church in Cookham has invited one of the Medjugorje visionaries – Ivan Dragicevic to their Parish. He is one of three visionaries (out of six) that is still having daily apparitions.




Saturday 11th May – (St Elizabeth’s Church in Cookham Rise)

Sunday 12th May – (St Edmund Campion Catholic School & Church, Maidenhead)

Strategy proposal submitted to Bishop

Bishop Peter

After a long and prayerful exercise of research and deliberation, the Blessed John Henry Newman Strategy Group were pleased to submit their proposals to Bishop Peter concerning the future of the Parish.

The Bishop had tasked the Group with proposing, by the end of the 2011, how best to shape the Parish under one priest from Sept 2012 and build a ‘Thriving Catholic Community’.

Bishop Peter will return to High Wycombe on the 25th January for a public announcement of his decision regarding these proposals in an open forum at St Wulstan’s Church.


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