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OHP Dormanstown

OHP Sisters have been resident in Dormanstown since August 2009. They work in the parishes of Kirkleatham, Redcar, and North Ormesby, areas of high unemployment and considerable social need.


Sister Pam serves alongside the Ministry Team at St Peter's, Redcar, where she takes part in the liturgy and the pastoral care.  She regularly visits a local nursing home for a short service with the residents, and also takes assemblies for Zetland Primary School, which is next door to the church.  St Peter's supports the work of the Redcar Area Foodbank by collecting food to be donated to the warehouse, where Sr Pam volunteers three mornings a week.


Sister Anita serves with the Ministry Team at St Hilda's Mersey Road and St Cuthbert's Kirkleatham.  The Sir William Turner Almshouses are part of the parish, and Sr Anita regularly leads Evening Prayer on a Sunday evening in the Almshouses Chapel.  She visits several of the residential homes in the parish, and has contact with the Primary Schools in the parish, who use the churches for various events throughout the year.  She is also part of the team who run a Foodbank Distribution Centre at St Hilda's on a Monday.


Sister Louisa Ann moved to Dormanstown in January 2016, and serves in the parish of Holy Trinity, North Ormesby, Middlesbrough.  She is involved with Middlesbrough Foodbank, in both the warehouse/depot and the Holy Trinity Distribution Centre, the Trinity Youth & Children's Project at the Trinity Centre (part of the parish outreach) and also with the Methodist Asylum Project (MAP).

St Peter's Redcar



St Hilda's, Mersey Road, Redcar

St Cuthert's, Kirkleatham