Our Father and Dementia New Creation forthcoming launch of new videos
Family Ministry nationally celebrates Marriage Week 12-19th May so we remember especially where a spouse may be caring for their loved one with dementia or related illness. We invite to on the title 'For Better for Worse' and be inspired by the film Victoria directed and produced about her grandparents marking 65 years of marriage.
For details of 'gather and pray' follow link to blog.
Trustees: The charity is seeking two Trustees, working closely with the Management Committee and Manager to oversee the charity finance and one to assist with publications, resources and networking.
The trustees currently commit to meet three or four times a year, the AGM and one retreat day, on other occasions or events as they choose.
This year we celebrate twenty five years, the New Dementia family Ministry Prayer Card is just one resource produced by Redemptorist Publications, now we focus on lesson plans, videos and volunteer packs. Further information can be found in the Annual Reports and in the resources pages.
We would be pleased to hear of your interest via the contact page, twitter @dementiaaprayer or Facebook. or you may prefer to email your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for joining in Dementia Prayer Week 12-19th March, and supporting our work, as we continue to pray and provide pastoral resources. These resources are to enable more communities to support their people who cannot access spiritual care themselves.
Follow link to Blog for update resources link to schools, Donations can be made via this link
Have you an event organised, like to take part, we would love to hear from you- contact us or via @dememtiaaprayer
Resources, Alms giving ideas and Activities can be found on the drop down resources link
New Dementia family Ministry Prayer Card was launched to coincide with Dementia Prayer Week© 12-19th March 2019
We are delighted to offer this new Dementia family Ministry Prayer Card with prayers written by Archbishop Bernard Longley and Bishop David McGough, and now available for you through Redemptorist Publications
“Redemptorist Publications’ mission is to support people at every stage of Christian life so working with the Pastoral Care Project is the perfect partnership for us! Learning about the work that they have been carrying out for 25 years and the success of Dementia Prayer Week has been both inspiring and encouraging. We hope our small contribution will help this mission to grow even further and help more people.” Giselle Beaumont, Redemptorist Publications.The profits from the sale of the card will help the Pastoral Care Project Press release
We invite you to mark this special week by taking part where you live and promoting on social media, please use the official logo in the packs supporting the work of the Pastoral Care Project, in our efforts to support the poorest of the poor, the person with dementia who may have no one to support them. Bishop David McGough message .
Every Donation received will be used for producing resources suitable for parishes and schools in line with the gospel teaching, ensuring that spirituality is Christian based and available for communities and the individuals who contact in their time of need.
Do send us your contact details so we can keep you updated or follow us on twitter @dementiaaprayer
How do you fill your days,Tea and Cakes not appealing. How about giving a few hours of your precious time in supporting the Pastoral Care Project, with the view of joining the small team of trustees?
It is rewarding, but not time consuming. As you will see from browsing this site we are a small charity in the Birmingham Archdiocese, which connects with dioceses nationally, and religious orders internationally through the Dementia Prayer Week initiative. The charity appeals to schools, several have worked with us to produce resources for lessons. These will be available on request.
For additional information you may wish to read the Blog or follow us on twitter @dementiaaprayer
Trustees and Associate Members:
As you are reading this it may be that you have skills and time to make a difference to this charity, please do get in touch via the contact page or telephone the office.
To read the Annual Report click here (PDF 915kb)