News Dear Parishioners of Ss Peter & Frances and St Illtyd’s,
I am pleased to say that we now have forty-five email log-ins to our Zoomcast of Sunday Mass and the number is growing. Allowing for an average of two to three people per log-in, that means that between 90 and 130 people are able to receive Mass online each week. Please do pass on the link to as many people as you know who do not receive it yet and would like to join us.
If you are finding out about the Zoomcast of Mass for the first time by reading this notice, all you need to do to obtain the Zoom link for Mass on Sunday 24 May at 11:00, is email a request using the new parish email address, firstname.lastname@example.org giving your name, address and telephone number. We shall then put you on the list and email the new link to you each week.
Thank you for all your feedback on this. I’m sorry if I have not answered each email personally but there have been so many. Thanks also to those of you who are arranging to make your parish offering by standing order or cheque. Some of you have kindly reminded me to stress that the parish bank account name is “Prestatyn Catholic Church,” and, as you may have discovered, the bank will only accept cheques made out to that payee. Any variation, however slight, will almost certainly result in the cheque being rejected by the bank. Apologies to our Rhuddlan members of the parish family for this but any change in the payee name to include Rhuddlan would require closure of the present parish account and the setting up of a completely new one. Owing to the strict security measures governing us as a charity, this is a very complicated process which, from our experience, can take some considerable time.
If you wish to set up a standing order, please email a request for the Banking details to the new parish email address.