Mass Information


To arrange a baptism contact the parish office by phone (0118 972 3418) or email . The Parish Hall may also be available to hire if required and, as it is situated on the grounds just behind the church, it is an ideal venue to celebrate an occasion such as this. More details about the hall, the current booking rate and information on availability can be found on the Parish Hall page.

Weekday Masses

Usually 9.30am Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 12 noon Tuesday and Thursday. These times can vary so please see the current bulletin on the Newsletters page or pick up a paper copy in the church to check for any changes.

Weekend Mass Times

Saturday 5.30pm
Sunday 9.00am and 10.30am

Saturday Vigil 5.30pm - no hymns

The first weekend Mass, the Saturday Vigil, begins at 5:30pm.


Sunday 9am Mass - hymns and music

The 9am is the earlier of the two Sunday masses.

Sunday 10:30am - Family Mass

The last Sunday Mass is at 10:30am and is aimed at families with small children. A special liturgy for the children is held in the Parish Hall during the first part of Mass. Children go directly to the hall by themselves before mass or parents may accompany and stay with them if they wish to.

Adults (18+) who wish to join the team of children’s liturgists must be DBS checked and should talk to our safeguarding co-ordinators who are Mary Lewis and the Parish Priest.

On the first Sunday of every month we hold a family mass  where the children lead the 10:30am Mass. With the help of adult members from the parish and St. Martin's School, they organise the prayers, perform the music, and do the readings.


The choir sings at the 10:30 mass is are always happy to welcome new members; particularly from the younger parishioners and  men who like to sing.

We encourage everyone to come up at communion. For those who only want a blessing, cross your arms across your chest and bow your head as you approach and the priest will pray over you.

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