Church Services
Lectern and Altar

Sunday Masses


Monday to Friday


Holy Communion for the Sick

If you, or someone you know, are unwell and are unable to get to Mass in the church, please contact the presbytery where arrangements can be made for Holy Communion to be taken to the sick.

Other Liturgies


To arrange a Baptism, please take a form from the church narthex, complete it, and submit it to the parish office. It is a Diocesan rule that parents attend a preparation course. Currently there are at least five sessions each year taking place on a Tuesday at 8pm.

First Communion and Reconciliation

Information is on a separate page.

Walk With Me programme

This programme is designed to support parents with children who attend non-Catholic schools. More information is available on a separate page.


Candidates interested should attend the "Come and See" introductory session which takes place in January in the parish centre, with their parents. Application forms will be distributed at this session and should be completed and returned at the "Registration" session at the end of January, also in the centre.


Both Church and State require three months' notice. It is recommended that those intending to get married should contact the Parish Priest of the parish where the bride-to-be currently resides, six months before the marriage date.

Sacrament of Reconciliation

Sick Calls

Please telephone one of the priests if a parishioner is ill at home or in hospital and would like a visit from one of the parish clergy. Alternatively you can leave the details with the parish secretary.

Emergency Calls

Contact the presbytery on 020 8959 1021

Blessings of Homes

May be arranged on request.

Funeral Arrangements

Please contact one of the priests, or phone the parish office during office hours (020 8959 1021)

Neighbouring Parishes

Times of Masses in neighbouring parishes can usually be found on their respective web sites:

 For other services please contact the Presbytery, Tel: 020 8959 1021