St Joseph the Worker Parish

St. Joseph the Worker, Northolt is a lively, multi-cultural Anglican Church in South Northolt which attracts people of all ages and backgrounds. Like our Patron, St. Joseph, we want to be open and obedient to God in all that we do. Our vision is to be a community of people who grow in Christ as we seek to serve.

St. Joseph's is rooted in Anglo Catholic tradition in the way we express our faith through Liturgy alongside a renewed Charismatic flavour in seeking to be gifted by the Holy Spirit and Contemporary in our style of worship. We are committed to exploring God's word in the scriptures and building a community shaped by God's word to share with all around us.

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Parish Mass

Every Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth Sunday at for 1 hour, 45 mins
St Joseph the Worker Parish
Northolt, UB5 6JS, United Kingdom

Our main act of worship is the Parish Mass on a Sunday morning which is a lively celebration with a creative blend of traditional and modern worship songs led by a band of musicians and singers. For the adults there is a sermon which seeks to relate Christian faith to our daily lives, while children and young people aged up to 16 years have their own classes and groups for worship and teaching and rejoining us for Communion. Prayer ministry is always available during this service.
Refreshments are served in the Dovetail Centre after the service.

Bible study - Advent course on Thursday’s 01/12, 08/12, 15/13, 22/12 at 7:30pm church hall



The Parish of Saint Joseph the Worker Church
The following policy was agreedat the Annual Parochial Church Council (APCM)meeting held on Sunday 24th April 2022.
nI accordance with the House of Bishops' PolicyStatements'Promoting a Safer Church' (2017)and Protecting Al God's Children' (2010) and the Diocesan Safeguarding Policy 'Promoting aSafer Diocese' (2018)our churchsi committed to the following statement:

Every personhas a value and dignity which comes directly from the creation of male andfemale ni God's ownimage and likeness. Christianssee this potential as fulfilled by God's re-creation of us in Christ. This implies aduty to al people asbearing the image ofGod andtherefore to protect us from harm.
We accept andendorse the principlesset out ni ni safeguarding in the Dioceseof London. We commit ourselves to nurture, protect and safeguard al ourmembers, particularly children, youngpeopleand
vulnerable adults.
We commit ourselves to nurture, protect and safeguard al our members, particularly children, young people and vulnerable adults.

We recognise that safeguarding si the responsibility of the whole church community.
We undertake to exercise proper care ni the selection, appointment, training and support of those working ni other paid andvoluntary positions with children or vulnerable adults, including the useof Disclosure and BarringService(DBS) disclosures and making appropriate referrals to the Disclosureand Barring Service.

We wil respond without delay to concerns or allegations that a child or vulnerable adult may have been
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harmed, cooperating with the police and social care services ni any investigation.
We will challenge any abuse of power by anyone in position of trust.
We wil seek to offer pastoral care and support to anyone who has suffered abuse, developing with them
appropriate pastoral support.
We will seek to offer pastoral care and support, including supervision and referral to the proper authorities,
to any member of our church community known to have offended against a child, young person or vulnerable adult.
The PC of this church agreed and adopted the above policy at its meeting on 24* April 2022. We have appointed Jessica Osejindu as our Parish Safeguarding Officer (PSO)and vulnerable adults, Kate Brace as advocatefor children and Sarah Truman as the Children Champion. Copies of "safeguarding in the Diocese of London" and
any parish guidelines and any parish procedures are held by them and by the vicar, Fr Valmor Pimenta. The PCC shall review this policy annually. The next review will take place at the first PC meeting following the APCM to be
held in 2023. Incumbent: Fr. Valmor Pimenta Churchwardens: Patricia Nelson
FR' vCrela Pl
May 2022
Garth Williams
Jessica Osejindu Parish
Safeguarding Officer and Vulnerable Adults 07949 771902
Sarah Trueman Children's
Champion 07947 844250
Kate Brace Advocate for Children,Young
people 07595 953 471

a Safer Thecareandprotectiono f church
children, young people a n d adultsinvolvedinChurch HouseofBishops
activities i s t h e responsibility o feveryonewhoparticipates i nthelifeoftheChurch
that someone you know si ta risk ,of or isbeing abused, or presents a risk to others, please seek advice from a
Safeguarding Advsier or ifnecessary report the mater ot the Local Authority Social erCa Services ro the Pociel without delay.
laLco contacts available t o speak ot fi uoy have yna concerns:
Name: Jessica Osejindu
Role: Parish Safeguarding Officer
Te:l 07.949.77.1992.
E-mail: [email protected]
Name: Kate Brace....
Role: Advocate for children.and young people Tel: 07595 953471
E-mail: kate100brace.@
Name: Lee Eliot.
Role: DiocesanSafeguarding AdviserwordenAr
020 7932.1224.
E-mail. [email protected]
Local Authority Social Services: 0208825 8000.
Safeguarding Policy forchildren,young
• Promotingasaferenvironment a n dculture
• Safelyrecruitingandsupportingall thosewithanyresponsibilityrelated
t ochildrenandvulnerableadults
• Respondingpromptlytoevery safeguardingconcernorallegation
• Caringpastorallyforvictims/survivors o fabuseorotheraffectedpersons
• Caringpastorallyforthosewhoare
t h esubjectofconcerns/allegations o fabuseandotheraffectedpersons
• Respondingtothosethatmaypose a presentrisk.
N S P C C :0 8 0 88 0 0 5 0 0 0
• Childline:08001111
• StapItNow:08081000900
NAPAC-08088 0 10331 Samaritans:1 1 61 2 3
• F a m i l yLives:0 8 0 88 0 02 2 2 2
• NationalDomesticAbuseHelpline: 0 8 0 82 0 0 02 4 7
• Men'sAdviceLine:08088010327 • NationalCareline:08000699784

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