Please find below a recording of Mass from the Blessed Sacrament Chapel in the Church of St Philip Neri. Also available is our Sunday Liturgy for praying at home, our newsletter, and booking pages for our socially distanced Masses.
Recording of Mass
Download: Newsletter, 15th Sunday of Ordinary Time
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Sunday Liturgy for at Home
Download: Liturgy, 15th Sunday of Ordinary Time
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Important Notice! As of Saturday 18 July inclusive Mass Booking will take place through the diocesan website www.massbooking.uk
Booking for Mass
We are delighted to be able to once again celebrate Mass as a community of faith in St Philip Neri Church. However, we must stress that during this extraordinary time there remains no obligation to attend Mass. Those wishing to return to Mass and judging that to be prudent and appropriate must book in advance. This is a diocesan policy intended to ensure the safe capacity of the church is not exceeded, and that we have adequate records for the government track and test programme.
Up until and including Friday 17 July we are operating out own booking system, and you can select Masses to book opposite.
As for Saturday 18 July we will move to the diocesan wide booking system. For Masses on Saturday 18 July and after please visit www.massbooking.uk to book for Mass. Simply register and then select St Philip Neri Church to book, once registered booking will be a very simple process each week – simpler than our current system.
Attendance at each Mass is limited in capacity, and you must book in advance. Please help our less computer able friends and relatives to book their places. If you run into difficulty please don’t hesitate to contact us and ask for help.
At this moment in time it is not possible to open the Churches of St Bernadette, St Joseph and St Teresa. We will review this regularly in light of government and diocesan guidelines as social distancing continues to evolve. Our Masses at St Philip’s serve all four of our church communities, and we are grateful to our volunteers from across all four of our churches whose generosity makes possible these socially distanced public celebrations of the Eucharist.