Greetings, in Christ

Fr Will
Welcome to your Parish. As you can see this Parish has a long history of ministry and an equally long history of Priests who have loyally served our community of faith.

I welcome you as your Parish Priest, to a place dedicated to St Anselm, but above all to a place committed to prayer as the foundation for the life of our family.If you are a parishioner, I thank you for the way you serve Christ in your Parish and if you are a newcomer or guest, welcome.

Please join us and be part of a living community to share prayer and ministry to others here in this place. As you get to know more of your Parish and your fellow parishioners you can see that this is a compassionate place, where we minister to those in need, to those who need compassion and to those who want to belong.

I remind everyone of two things:

Firstly, to belong to one of the many ministries that take place in this parish and to offer the opportunity of sharing your talent for the good of others is part of our Christian duty. Christ said "Love your neighbour as yourself." Therefore, I urge you to think of your talents and share them with this your parish community.

Secondly, we have a duty to pray. St. Paul reminds us to "pray without ceasing" (1Thessalonians 5:7) and I urge each and every one of you to spend time in prayer. It can be quiet reflection spent in the church, the lighting of a candle, the attending of a Eucharistic celebration during the week, the saying of the Rosary, Eucharistic Adoration & Benediction or the reflective thought during the activity of a busy day. Pray with us here, pray to have time to reflect, pray to have time to let Jesus into your busy life.

Weekly Newsletter

Forthcoming Events


Children's Way of the Cross:

The children will have their own "Way of the Cross" on Friday 19th April at 12.00 noon.

If you would like your child/children to participate, please come to the upper new hall at 11.00am so that we can have a rehearsal in the church with the readers before the service.

We would be grateful for any additional parental help with the children.

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Holy Week and Easter Bulletin:

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Easter Mass Times 2019:

Holy Saturday 20th April 2019.
No 10am or 6.15pm Masses.
Easter Vigil at 8pm.

Easter Sunday 21st April 2019.
Masses 8.30am, 10am, 11.15am & 6.15pm.

The Church will close at 1pm and open at 5pm before the evening Mass

Easter Monday 22nd April (Bank Holiday) 2019
Mass 10.00am.

The church will close at 11.30am. No Evening Mass

Easter Tuesday 23rd - Friday 26th April 2019
Mass 10.00am.

The church will close at 11.30am.
No Evening Mass during this week

Saturday 27th April 2019
Mass 10.00am.

The Church will close after Confessions at 12.30pm and open at 5.00pm before the Vigil Mass at 6.15pm

Sunday 28th April 2019 (2nd Sunday of Easter
Divine Mercy) Normal Masses 8.30am, 10.00am, 11.15am & 6.15pm

Divine Mercy Sunday 28th April. 2pm - 4pm.
Rosary, Adoration with Benediction and readings (extracts from the Diary of St Faustina).

Mass at 3.15pm after the Divine Mercy chaplet.
Please see posters on the noticeboards for full details

Monday 29th April - Friday 3rd May 2019 Mass 10.00am.
The church will close at 11.30am No Evening Mass during this week

Monday 6th May (Bank Holiday) 10am Mass.
The church will close at 11.30am. No Evening Mass

Tuesday 7th - Friday 10th May 2019
Normal Mass times 10am & 6.15pm

The church will close each day at 11.30am following the 10am weekday morning Mass: Monday 22nd - Friday 26th April Monday 29th April - Friday 3rd May.

Thank you for your understanding during this period.

Canon William Hebborn

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Stations of the Cross during Lent:
- Sundays at 5.30pm
      Stations of the Cross will be led
      by the clergy/deacons
      during the six Sundays of Lent.

- Wednesdays and Fridays after the evening Mass.


Dates:Course commencing on Tuesday, 26th February and concluding on Tuesday, 4th June (running for 12 weeks -term time).
Time: 7.30pm for 7.45pm start
Where: in the upper new hall

Deeply rooted in Christian tradition, the 12-step programme blends the best of spirituality with the best of modern psychology.

A renowned spiritual expert and recipient of the pontifical honour Pro Ecclesia et Pontifice given by Pope John Paul II, Fr Ciorra guides you on a transformative journey towards freedom. You will deepen your spirituality as you develop a richer understanding of his broad but in-depth approach to the 12-steps as a course of action.


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