Church Services at St. Chad’s

Jesus - breaking of the bread

Mass Times


Saturday Vigil              
6.30 pm
8.30 am
10.30 am
  Family Mass   Coffee      
6.00 pm
Monday to Friday              
Holy Days              
9.30 am
7.30 pm

Tea and coffee are usually served in the Church Hall after the 10.30am Mass every Sunday.

Cup of tea

We look forward to seeing you there!

Mass Cards are available from the Presbytery during office hours.

Youth Mass: here will be a Youth Mass on 1st and 3rd Sunday each month with Music. Please encourage our young people of secondary school age to come. Meeting for those in Year 10 and above after Mass in the Hall.

Sunday 10.30am Mass

More details of Children's Liturgy are here.

Mass Cards are available from the Presbytery during office hours.

Perpetual Novena: To Our Lady of Perpetual Succour every Saturday at 5.30pm

The Repository is at the back of the church. It is open every 3rd Sunday at 6.00pm, every 2nd and 4th Saturday at 6.30pm as well as every Sunday at 10.30am.


Sacrament of Reconciliation (Confession)

Prodigal Son

Saturday: after the 10.00am Mass and 6.00-6.15pm. Other times by appointment.


Weddings and Baptisms

Marriage             Mother and Child     

To arrange a marriage or baptism, please contact the Parish Priest. If you need baptism for your child, Fr. William asks that you book two months ahead to help you meet the requirements or information you need to complete a form.

'Getting Married' is a Jesuit website on marrioage. Although aimed at readers from Ireland, it has useful information and advice about marriage preparation.

Please note that Father Bartholomew and Father Emmanuel will normally be available from 10.45am to 12.45pm each day, Monday to Friday, if you wish to speak with them or to book a Mass.

Etiquette at Masses

Message from Fr. Wiiliam:

  1. Try to be early for Mass always. A few minutes spent in prayer before Mass can open your soul to wonderful Graces.
  2. When you enter or leave the church take Holy Water and sign yourself with the Sign of the Cross.
  3. Always genuflect when you enter or leave your seat. This is an Act of Adoration to Almighty God, present in the tabernacle. So take time to genuflect reverently, facing the altar and saying “My Lord and My God” as your right knee touches the floor.
  4. Don’t talk in church unless absolutely necessary. Talk only to Jesus – it is Him you have come to visit. Don’t talk as you leave either. Some people may still be praying.
  5. Listen to the sermon. It is a message from God which could bear much fruit for you.
  6. Don’t start to leave church until the priest has returned to the Sacristy. Stay to thank God for the Graces you received from Him in the Mass.
  7. Parishioners are requested to treat the Mass cards with care and return it to the basket after use. Thank you for your co-operation.

Floral Donations

Parishioners are welcome to donate flowers for our weekend masses.


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