Updated 31st March 2021

Weekday Mass
Monday to Saturday 11am

Weekend Mass
Saturday 5pm (Vigil)
Sunday 9am and 11am in Church and the Parish Centre

The Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession) - On Saturdays at 10.30am with Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament and on request


Please see here for other Services and here for our Newsletter.

Wishing you all a Happy and Blessed Easter

The obligation to come to Mass is still suspended. Please note that during the Triduum you will only be able to attend ONE of the services on the three days (i.e. either Holy Thursday, Good Friday or Easter Vigil - not all three).  If the service you want to come to is full, try another day.  In this way we can offer as many parishioners as possible the opportunity to attend Church during this time.    You are encouraged to watch the Triduum and Easter Services online at www.churchservices.tv.  You have a choice of churches but we suggest joining Westminster Cathedral which is our Mother Church www.churchservices.tv/westminster.


We have recently joined a number of other parishes around the diocese to install a new contactless way of making donations and offertory at our parish. The devices can be found on the way out of church and is a quick and safe way to donate money to the church using contactless debit cards.   It's easy to use; just select how much you would like to donate and gently place your debit card on the card reader.  It's secure and goes directly into the parish bank account.  You can also make donations and contributions using standing orders. 

CENSUS 2021 
This year, the Census takes place on Sunday 21st March and should be completed on that date or as soon as possible after. The census must be completed by law or you could be fined up to £1,000. To complete the survey, please visit www.census.gov.uk and enter the unique access code received by your household at the beginning of March. Paper questionnaires can be requested if preferred. For more information or help, visit www.census.gov.uk or call 0800 141 2021.

Face coverings are mandatory in Church and all those attending must wear a face covering which should be kept on during the whole time you are in Church - mouth and nose covered.  If you are exempt from wearing a face covering please provide proof of this.  Rule of 6 applies at all times.
  • If someone comes to church and is then tested positive for the virus, the church must be closed for 72 hours.
 NHS Test and Trace

Government guidance states that venues including Churches should assist the NHS Test and Trace service by keeping a temporary record of visitors for 21 days.


At St Lawrence’s we will do this by means of a QR Code, our advance booking system or manually by our stewards as you arrive. These details will only be shared with NHS Test & Trace only if requested by them for contact tracing and the investigation of local outbreaks.

Due to  the potentially sensitive nature of the data collected in these circumstances, collection will be by consent. The data collected will be stored securely in line with Data Protection and GDPR regulations and will be safely destructed after the required 21 days.

 Masses are also available on line at www.churchservices/tv
Weddings can be held with 6 people including bride and groom
Baptisms maximum of 6 including child to be baptised
Funeral services can be held in church with a limit of 30 people.

Worshippers should limit their interactions with anyone they are not attending church with i.e. if they are attending communal worship with their own household.  Please observe the Rule of 6 at all times.  No mingling after Mass please go straight home.
As we are in lockdown you can only interact indoors with your own household .

MASS INTENTIONS:  If you wish to offer a Mass intention please call 
Fr John on 0787 905 8732

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St Lawrences RC Church, Feltham

Welcome to the website of St Lawrence's Parish. We hope that the information contained here will give you a flavour of the variety and richness of our parish life.

Our church is known to be a place of welcome, opening wide our doors to the community around us, embracing people of all ages, backgrounds and nationalities. No-one is a stranger here. In a little way we hope that our welcome is a reflection of the love of our welcoming God.

St Lawrence’s is here for you.

Please contact us at any time if there is anything we can do for you. Like our Patron Saint, Lawrence, our purpose is to serve.

Fr John Byrne
Parish Priest