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Good Shepherd Appeal 2022

Many people we support knock on our door in times of need, sometimes feeling lost, and we’ve chosen this year’s Good Shepherd Appeal theme as ‘Love one another as I have loved you,’ (John 13:34), as we look to extend the message that everyone is important and loved by God. At Nugent, we all strive to love one another as God has taught us to, and show care and compassion for others through acts of kindness.

The Good Shepherd Appeal is one of our oldest appeals and generations of schoolchildren have continued to support us by taking part. This year celebrates 120 years since the appeal began in 1902, and across the last 10 years alone, the appeal has raised over £500,000 to support our work.
Pupils at all the schools taking part really use their imagination and come up with some amazing ideas that their friends and staff can take part in.


You can download all the resources you need to run your Good Shepherd events at the bottom of the page.


Share your Good Shepherd news using #nugentgs and tag us in, @wearenugent, and we will reshare your stories.

This year’s Good Shepherd Masses at which the children will be invited to present their fundraising donations (please make cheques payable to Nugent), will take place on the following dates:


Metropolitan Cathedral of Christ the King, Liverpool, Mount Pleasant, Liverpool, L3 5TQ
Wednesday 15 June 2022
Photographs from 12 noon until 12.45pm, and Mass starting at 1pm
This Mass is being led by Archbishop Malcolm McMahon


St Mary’s Church, Broadfield Drive, Leyland, PR25 1PD
Wednesday 22 June 2022
Photographs from 10am until 10.30am, and Mass starting at 10.45am
This Mass is being led by Bishop Tom Williams


Banner procession

If you have a school banner, please bring it with you ready to be assembled for the procession at the start of mass.


Involvement in mass

If your school is interested in getting involved in mass, please do let us know. We are looking for the following:

  • First reading: 1 High School student (must have a strong voice)
  • Bidding prayers: 5 Primary School students (from the same school)
  • Drama: High School students to prepare and present a dramatization of the gospel reading
  • Offertory: 3 Primary School students to carry the bread, wine and water
  • Offertory baskets: 3 Primary School students to carry the baskets
  • Eucharistic Ministers

If any staff would like to put themselves forward as a volunteer to help at either mass please do let us know- we would be very grateful.

Could all schools please click the below link to complete the Microsoft Form to let us know if you will be attending, which mass, numbers, and if you would like your students to participate. Please complete the form by 27TH MAY. If you have any problems filling out the form, or have any questions, please contact fundraising@wearenugent.org

CLICK HERE TO FILL IN THE MICROSOFT FORM


If you would like more information, please contact:
0151 261 2000 or e-mail: fundraising@wearenugent.org


Click here for resources for Primary/younger children


Click here for resources for Secondary/older children


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