Mass on Sunday 12 July at 10.00 a.m.
Deacon Jon has arranged for Mass to be said Sunday 12 July, at 10.00 a.m.
Due to current restrictions, we are only permitted to house 30 “units” – that is, a person living on their own, a couple, a family or people from the same household – will count as 1 unit. Unfortunately, because of this, a booking system is in place on a first come, first serve basis.
In the light of current restrictions we ask that you telephone the Presbytery number, 01243 602312, and leave a message if you are coming to Mass on Sunday or at future Masses. Please give your name and phone number and the number of people from your household who will be attending.
Please note that Mass books will not be available and toilet facilities are closed at present. The Offertory Collection will not be taken during Mass but you are asked to place your donation in the basket on the table by the side door near the altar, as you leave the Church. Facemasks are not compulsory. Hand Sanitiser is provided and you must use it when you enter and leave the Church.
See current newsletter for more information.
Mass on Saturday, 18th July at 5.30 p.m
Please note there will be no Sunday Mass next weekend. Please don’t forget to book a place if you wish to attend Mass. See item above.
It is hoped that Mass will continue to be celebrated each weekend, subject to the availability of a visiting priest. Masses may alternate between Saturday evening and Sunday morning. Please check this website for further updates and do let parishioners know if they have no internet access. Thank you.
Weekly Podcasts by Bishop Richard
Bishop Richard has been producing a weekly podcast during our time of lockdown. Please go to the Diocesan website to view the latest.
See the Mass Online page where more links have been added in order to view Mass around the world – England, Scotland, Ireland, Northern Ireland, America, Australia, the Philippines… it’s all there!
This is a very interesting online podcast website giving you “A Guide to Isolation and Social Distancing from those who Know” produced by a Benedictine Monk, Fr Christopher Jamison, now based at Douai Abbey in Reading but previously, the Abbot of Worth Abbey in East Sussex. There are some very useful and thought-provoking guidelines which are worth watching! https://www.alonetogether.org.uk