Our community is committed to making God known and loved in this time and in this place of Weybridge.  Through our outreach, care and particular ministries our actions echo God’s call….      


Fr Con Foley

Mass Times

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“The joy of the gospel fills the hearts and the lives of all who encounter Jesus.”  

- Pope Francis (Evangelii Gaudium)

Weekday Mass

Sunday Mass

Monday

Tuesday

Wednesday

Thursday

Friday

Saturday

10am

10am

10am

7.30pm

12 noon

10am


Saturday (Vigil)

Sunday

6pm

9am, 10.30am, 6pm

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Christmas Masses


Tuesday 24th December Christmas Eve

10:00 am Morning Mass, 6:00 pm (Vigil) Mass for Young Families

10:30 pm Carols Followed by 11:00 pm Mass during the Night


Wednesday 25th December Christmas Day

Morning Masses 9:00 am and 10:30 am - No Evening Mass


Thursday 26th December to Saturday 28th December

12:00 noon Mass preceded by Eucharistic Adoration from 11:00 am

(Sat) (Vigil) Evening Mass 6:00 pm


Sunday 29th December

Morning Masses 9:00 am and 10:30 am - Evening Mass 6:00 pm


Monday 30th December

12:00 noon Mass preceded by Eucharistic Adoration from 11:00 am


Tuesday 31st December (New Year’s Eve)

12:00 noon Mass preceded by Eucharistic Adoration from 11:00 am


Wednesday 1st January 2020 (New Year’s Day)

12:00 noon Mass preceded by Eucharistic Adoration from 11:00 am

before moving into our Parish Hall for a celebration drink!



Parish theme 2019

GENERAL ELECTION:


Statement from Bishops’ Conference of England and Wales and questions to Runnymede and Weybridge Constituency candidates with responses.  For more information please click here


QUESTIONS PUT TO RUNNYMEDE AND WEYBRIDGE CANDIDATES


Churches together in Weybridge jointly submitted two questions to our local candidates. These concerned human rights globally (in particular, freedom of religion and belief) and social care (in particular, end of life care). In addition we submitted a further question from our own parish concerning abortion. See below links to the three questions submitted and the full answers provided.


Although only two candidates responded please note that we were unable to submit our questions to Stewart Mackay until very close to our deadline as we struggled to find an email address for him.




Human Rights Social Care Abortion Christ the Prince of Peace

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