This week we are looking at the theme of discipleship. This is a very important theme, especially in the Diocese of Nottingham, because it is one of the Bishop’s three themes that he wants us to promote. We’re going to explore what the word means, and how we can incorporate it into our daily lives.
  • Mass as normal this week – Friday form time in the Chapel!




We start with the Sign of the Cross.

We end by making the Sign of the Cross.

We start with the Sign of the Cross.


This acrostic poem gives a sort of definition of disciple. As a form, can you come up with your own acrostic poem for what a disciple is? Bonus points if you can add scripture in too!


D – Disciplined with their relationship with God (2 Timothy 2:15)

I – Involved in a gathering of believers (Hebrews 10:25)

S – Spirit filled and Spirit led (Romans 8:14)

C – Concerned for others rather than themselves (Philippians 2:3-4)

I – Involved in serving their area of gifts and talents (1 Peter 4:11)

P – Prayerful in all things (Philippians 4:6-7)

L – Leading others to become disciples (2 Timothy 2:2)

E – Enjoying God always (Isaiah 61:10)


Comment your poem below!

We end with the Sign of the Cross.

We start with the Sign of the Cross.

In this video we see many different titles that we give Jesus in our faith, but how often do we give ourselves those titles and realise that we too need to follow that example as disciples of Christ?

How can you…

… be entirely sincere?

… give strength to the weak?

… serve the unfortunate?

Disciples don’t just listen to these things, they live by them. How will you know your saviour today?


We end with the Sign of the Cross.

We start with the Sign of the Cross.


Some information about changes that are temprarily taking place at Mass:


Jesus drew near and said to them, “I have been given all authority in heaven and on earth. Go, then, to all peoples everywhere and make them my disciples: baptise them in the name of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit, and teach them to obey everything I have commanded you. And I will be with you always, to the end of the age.”

Matthew 28:18-20


This piece of scripture is also known as The Great Commission. They are the last words that Jesus speaks before he ascends into Heaven, and they are spoken to his disciples on Mount Galilee.

But the Great Commission was not meant only for those first disciples of Jesus. The language it uses shows us that it is also the mission of all believers in every place and in every age of history. The Great Commission therefore defines the mission of the Church.

Long before businesses and organisations started having mission statements, Jesus already gave the Church this mission statement, and it hasn’t changed in the last 2,000 years. And therefore it is meant to be our mission as well.

Have a think today about our mission as disciples, and how you fulfil that in your daily life. Comment below!


We end with the Sign of the Cross.

We start with the Sign of the Cross.

Fran and Bryce from The Briars are here to read our scripture to us today! It’s a long one, but have a listen and reflect with them.

We end with the Sign of the Cross.

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