Updated 22nd October 2020

 
PLEASE SEE REVISED MASS SCHEDULE

Summary of Mass Times

Monday to Saturday 
11.00 am (unless otherwise announced)

Sunday

9.00am

11.00am

Polish Mass every Sunday at 1.00pm


The Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession) - By appointment only


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




REVISED MASS SCHEDULE
Sunday Masses:  will be celebrated at 9am and 11am in Church and the Parish Centre (4 Masses) with 2 metre distancing.  Everyone over the age of 11 should wear masks unless exempt and have proof of exemption.
From Saturday 3rd October 2020 there will be a 6pm Mass (Vigil Mass for Sunday) in Church only.
Weekday Masses:  Monday to Saturday at 11am in Church with limited numbers (Maximum 64 people with 2 metre distancing).
On Saturdays there will be confessions at 10.30am and during confessions there will be exposition of the Blessed Sacrament in church each Saturday.  Mass will follow at 11.00am.

 TRACK AND TRACE - It is now a legal requirement that all parishioners and visitors attending Mass in the Church will need to provide their surname and phone number (ne member of each household).
We are required by the Government to record details of all who attend church during the Covid-19 pandemic.  The privacy impact of those whose personal data is recorded in the register is minimal because the register is kept securely and the information is divulged if required by the Government is only kept for 21 days and then shredded.
Thank you for your understanding and support
 
  It is important to remember that the Coronavirus is still out there, and lives are still at risk.  We cannot afford to get complacent.  We must all continue to play our part, follow the rules, protect our vulnerable people and control the spread.  We are still living in a pandemic.
  If someone comes to church and is then tested positive for the virus, the church must be closed for 72 hours.
  Certain groups of people may be at risk from COVID19 including those who are aged 70 and above, regardless of medical conditions.  If you are feeling unwell please refrain from coming to Mass.
The Sunday obligation is suspended
  • People who are shielding are currently advised not to attend places of worship
  • Masses are still available on line at www.churchservices/tv
  • Confessions by appointment
Worshippers should limit their interactions with anyone they are not attending church with i.e. if they are attending corporate worship with one other household, wherever possible they should maintain social distancing with anyone outside of this group.  Please observe the Rule of 6 at all times.

Face coverings are mandatory in Church and all those attending must wear a face covering unless exempt from doing so and have proof of exemption.  The face covering should cover the nose and mouth throughout the service.  This is for the good of all who gather in the Church for Mass as it is an enclosed public space where there are people from differing households who do not normally meet.

We can now do:
  • Baptisms, Weddings and Requiem Masses in Church
  • Each will have limited numbers and strict guidelines
  • For the time being, when we have Requiems they will be celebrated at the 11.00am Mass in Church
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