Trustees Welcome New Groups
The pandemic has had a devastating impact on so much of the Church’s activity in the last eighteen months. The Sunday Obligation suspended, limits at weddings and funerals, social distancing in church. The regularity of Mass attendance and face-to-face meetings were lost.
The Board of Trustees reviewed the situation in the last few months, with a view to understanding what dioceses had experienced and what support might be required going forward. It was clear that some dioceses had managed to continue to meet online. In some cases, members were more able to participate because the meetings were online.
In the last few months, we are pleased to announce that some diocesan groups, that had fallen quiet during the pandemic, were active once more.
In Brentwood diocese, Maidi Brown has agreed to coordinate a group who met for the first time a few weeks ago. If you live in Brentwood Diocese and would like to know more of what ACTA is doing contact her on: email@example.com
In the diocese of East Anglia, Martin Pakes has started to draw together a group who met for the first time in early September. If you live in the Diocese of East Anglia and would like to know more of what ACTA is doing contact him on: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The diocesan group in Shrewsbury diocese has not been meeting regularly. Dr Zosia Archibald has offered to coordinate a group of people who want to know more of the work of ACTA in the area. If you want to become involved or to receive information about ACTA’s activity in the diocese of Shrewsbury, contact her on: email@example.com.