On behalf of the parish, I welcome you to our NEW parish website which I hope you will find informative
We are a friendly multi-national community which meets here and if you are new to the area or have been away from the Catholic Church for some time please be assured that you will find a warm welcome when you visit us. Please don't hesitate to make yourself known
After the 10.15am Sunday Mass you are most welcome to join us in the Rosmini Centre next to the Church for refreshments and a chance to meet each other.
Occasional Masses are celebrated for our Portuguese and Lithuanian parishioners in their own language - consult the weekly newsletter to find out the dates of these.
The blue panel on the left of this page is designed to help you find information you might need - just click on the tabs to bring up the information.
The newsletter usually appears on Saturdays giving information for the coming week. Any changes to the normal pattern will be listed, but if in doubt please ring the Presbytery 01945 583466 to make sure.
In Spring we publish a varied programme of parish social events - so click on 'Coming Events' to find what's coming up soon. Photos of events can be found under 'Gallery'.
For information about the Sacraments ie. Baptism, Confirmation, Marriage and preparation for First Holy Communion please click on the relevant tab. Fr James will answer your questions - email firstname.lastname@example.org or speak to the Parish Secretary on 01945 583466 or email her a:t email@example.com. If there is no answer please leave a message with your name and phone number so that we can get back to you.
For those who are sick or are about to undergo surgery Fr James will be pleased to celebrate the Sacrament of Anointing (for healing) - please ask him to arrange a time, either in Church or in your home or in Hospital. This Sacrament is offered to young and old as they need it.