You’re very welcome to come along to any of these Masses across the two churches. Our churches are always warm in temperature and in welcome so come and celebrate the birth of Jesus. He’s the Son of God and True God, the one who calls us by name and promises to be with us always.
Masses can continue even though London is in Tier 4. You do not need to book a place at Mass. Masks are to be worn and two metres distance should be maintained please. There is no congregational singing in line with Government guidance but there will be a cantor or a choir singing hymns at the following Masses:
4pm at St Mary’s Crib Mass, especially for children and families this is a relatively relaxed affair.
6pm at Good Shepherd Evening Mass, especially for those who don’t want to be out later. Come, welcome the Saviour!
11.30pm at St Mary’s, the traditional Midnight Mass in a candlelit church.
10am Morning Mass at St Mary’s, before or after you’ve opened your presents come and receive the greatest present ever – the Son of God.
New Year’s Eve
8pm at Good Shepherd Watchnight Mass, bring your resolutions to God that they may be begun, continued and ended in Him.
11.30pm at St Mary’s Watchnight Mass, a candlelit festival as we seek the new year to be filled with the light of Christ.
New Year’s Day
10am at St Mary’s Mass with Hymns. A quiet and calm start to the New Year as we know of the Peace of the Spirit.
Donations and giving
Reminders on how to give to our churches can be found on this page. Thank you for all you give.