The Parish of the Nativity of the Lord

Filipino Community at PNL

MISSION
To continuously support the Parish of the Nativity of the Lord, and actively foster Filipino fellowship and understanding among its members and other nationalities. This is to promote unity and cohesiveness in any church activities, using the parish facilities.

VISIONS
We believe in pakikipagkapwa and diversity, where people from different cultures treat each other with respect; and where individuals can realize their full human potential regardless of age, race, religion, nationality, colour, gender and sexual orientation.
We stand for paninindigan, where social, cultural, political and economic rights are respected; where relationships are based on equality; and where people actively work for a just society.
We believe in bayanihan, where people know their neighbours and work collectively in building strong communities.

GOALS
To align our group’s activities according to the Parish’s own objectives in strengthening and finding ways by which we call to live out the teachings of Christ in our daily life at home and at work.
Invite a greater number of Parishioners to be actively involved in our Parish life, sharing our faith with the children through our Parish schools and Day-Care Nurseries.
To foster a deeper understanding of the Filipino diaspora, history, cultural roots and identity by helping out the bereaved, assist immigrants and low income Filipinos to access services and resources and to know their rights.
To encourage Filipino Youth involvement, both in parish and community activities.

Contacts:

Dennis Nelson Ong (Chair) : 07894 346500 Email: dnong09@yahoo.co.uk
Catalina Segers (vice chair) :01737 773960 Email: csegers@ntlworld.com
Alma Trozado (Secretary) : 07879 633140 Email: alma.trozado@yahoo.co.uk

Group Facebook page : https://www.facebook.com/groups/354138418017728/

Get in touch

122 Ladbroke Road
Redhill, Surrey, RH1 1LF
01737 761017

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Office Hours: Mon-Thurs 9am – 3pm

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Thought for the week

The way to ‘greatness’ in the real sense of that word is found through the taking up of the Cross, in service of others and in a real openness to the simplicity that is found in child-like trust.

Bishop Richard Moth