Saturday11.30am (Portuguese)
5pm (for Sunday)
Sunday9am, 11am & 1pm (Shona)
Weekdays (including Sat) – 10am

Confessions – Please see below, or speak to a priest after mass to arrange.

CALENDAR

Saturday 16th – Saint Hedwig, Religious or Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque, Virgin
No Mass

5.00pm Holy Mass (for Sunday)
SUNDAY 17th – 29th Sunday in Ordinary Time
9.00am & 11.00am Holy Mass

Monday 18th – SAINT LUKE, Evangelist, Feast
No Mass
Tuesday 19th – Saints John de Brébeuf and Isaac Jogues, priests, and their Companions, Martyrs  
or Saint Paul of the Cross, Priest

No Mass
Wednesday 20th
No Mass
Thursday 21st
No Mass
Friday 22nd – Saint John Paul II, Pope
No Mass
Saturday 23rd – Saint John of Capistrano, Priest
No Mass

5.00pm Holy Mass (for Sunday)
SUNDAY 24th – 30th Sunday in Ordinary Time
9.00am & 11.00am Holy Mass

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The readings and prayers for Mass can be found at the UNIVERSALIS website, or the mobile app can be downloaded from the Android or iOS app-stores

Attendance for these masses are limited to ensure social distancing.

Sunday obligation for attending mass is temporarily suspended
so please consider attending a weekday mass should Sundays become overcrowded.

In line with diocesan recommendations, there will be some differences to the way we celebrate mass here at St Gregory’s Church.
The main and important ones are as follows:

  • If you are a person who is more vulnerable to the effects of Covid-19 (especially those who are over 70 yrs old) it is recommended that you refrain from attending mass for the time being, for the safety of yourselves and others. While you will be most welcome to attend, it will be at your own risk.
  • If you (or someone in your household) has symptoms associated with Covid-19 (new and persistent cough, temperature or loss of taste or smell) we ask that you refrain from attending mass for the time being, for the safety of yourselves and others.
  • Face masks are recommended in our church, to reduce the risk of communicating the virus.
  • Please sanitise your hands on entering and exiting the Church building.
  • The capacity of the church has had to be limited. Please be patient as stewards will be directing people to their seats.
  • Those receiving communion are asked to maintain appropriate social distancing.
  • The church will be cleaned after each mass.

Many of the volunteers are primarily attendees of the 9 o’clock mass. Without the usual channels of communication at church it has been hard to make contact with everyone who might want to help out. We would ask if you feel able to volunteer and are not in a vulnerable category that you contact Margaret (details on the Contacts page). We are required to have people to steward and clean at each mass and it’s important that each congregation can sustain the safety measures themselves. Visit the Get Involved page to see how you can do just that. There is also information on how you can join our readers lists.